Lazio ultras will meet in Formello on Saturday afternoon to support the squad ahead of their Serie A clash against Inter on Sunday evening, according to a report from Italian media outlet La Lazio Siamo Noi earlier today.

The report details how Sunday’s match against Antonio Conte’s Nerazzurri will be played behind closed doors, as usual, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Even if the stadium will be empty, the Biancocelesti ultras still want to show the team their support and so will meet ahead of the game to cheer on the squad.

The Lazio ultras released a statement regarding their plan, saying:

‘Tutti a Milano we would like to say’. We would have been at least 5000 strong on Sunday evening at the San Siro to follow our colours in the match against Inter, to support the team and to try to push them towards another victory.

Despite the bans and closed stadiums, we will still make our voice heard and our support for the team. The appointment for all Lazio fans is set for Saturday 13 February, at 16:00, in front of the Eni petrol station in Formello to cheer on the team as they leave for Milan.

With our voices, with our flags, with our hearts, with our pride and with the Lazio spirit that sets us apart. Friendship, loyalty and courage are our values… against all adversity and against all storms that make us stronger! Let no one back down, let us not yield even a meter.

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