Lazio have lost around €20 million in ticket sales due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the fifth-worst in Serie A.

According to a report from Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, Serie A clubs are hoping that having fans inside some stadiums for this summer’s European Championship will prove that it’s safe for them to return for next season as well.

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Without fans, there’s no passion or atmosphere inside stadiums, no crowd to motivate or stress the players, and importantly no earnings from ticket sales, vital for Italian clubs.

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The worst-hit in this regard is Juventus, who have lost around €80 million in ticket sales. They are followed by Inter with €60 million, AC Milan with €40 million and Roma with €38 million.

In fifth place, Lazio and Atalanta are tied, having both missed out on around €20 million as a result of the closed stadiums. Napoli then follow, having missed out on €17 million, with the rest of the league behind that.