In home Milanin addition to the facts of the field, we have been talking for a long time about the future of San Siro. According to what he writes this morning The Gazzetta dello Sport: “It is not yet known what form it will take, but the fear, today that the project is advancing fast, is that the Cathedral, the stadium that Inter and Milan aim to inaugurate in 2027-2028, will be too small“.
In Serie A alone, over 575,000 people have passed through the Meazza turnstiles at the start of the season. A remarkable number, with the Rossoneri having an average spectators of 72 thousand per game and the Inter cousins following at 71 thousand.
The current 75,000 seats at San Siro therefore seem perfect, but what will happen to the new stadium?
One of the topics covered is precisely that of the reduced capacity of the Cathedral.
While abroad the clubs that remake stadiums or build new ones try to increase capacity, Inter and Milan have chosen the opposite path from the beginning.
The entire San Siro project has a value of around 1.3 billion euros, 600 million the stadium sector, but only if implemented as designed by the two clubs, therefore with two rings, thus removing 10-15 thousand people compared to today.