Juventus have earned more than €2m in ticket revenue in their Serie A clash with Lazio on Sunday night.
Football Italia understands the Bianconeri cashed in more than €2m, precisely €2.528.155 in ticket revenue in the last match of the year.
The Allianz Stadium was not sold out, but 37.205 fans, including 1.524 from Rome, attended the match.
The Bianconeri ended 2022 with a 3-0 win against their ex-boss Maurizio Sarri, who was also trolled by his ex-fans before the final whistle.
Moise Kean scored a brace and Arek Milik found the net in the stoppages making the most of an assist from Federico Chiesa, helping Juve secure their sixth consecutive victory in Serie A.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side now sit third in the Serie A table, 10 points below leaders Napoli.
They resume their Serie A campaign on January 4 away at Cremonese, while Lazio will visit Lecce on the same day.