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Corinthians have 137,000 payers in 5 matches with Fiel and R$7.5 million in winning streak – 11/14/2021

Once again strongly backed by their fans, Corinthians beat Cuiaba 3-2, last Saturday night, at the New Coimica Arena, maintaining their 100% success at home since Phil returned to the field.. Now, the team has racked up five victories in five matches against their fans, a fact that followed too Very positive numbers for payers and income during the second round of the Brazilian Championship.

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With 38,474 payers in the game against Cuiaba, Alfinegro counts nearly 137,000 people who have paid tickets to watch the team play in the last five encounters in Itaqueira. 136,629 tickets were purchased for these duels, which also brought in a total income of close to R$7.5 million. That’s 7,478,195.9 R$ calculated after last Saturday’s match which had a confirmed set of R$21,75794.20.

After all expenses have been paid, the total net profit from the last five home games that will enter the coffers of Alvinegros must exceed R$4 million. The Brazilian Football Confederation will release the match financial prospectus against Cuiaba only on Monday, but based on the average collected in the two previous duels with the Arena issued 100% to Faithful, the current value of R$2,878 is almost certain. The next amount to be confirmed will guarantee a cumulative amount of approximately R$4 million.

In their first two games with Phil on the field, nearly 20 months after the gates were closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Corinthians could count on just 30% of the Arena’s capacity launched to fans. With this limitation, they had 10,470 players in the 3-1 victory over Bahia and 11,892 in the 1-0 victory against Fluminense, and in these matches their box office income was R$520,529.90 and R$604.926.60.

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In the next three duels as a home team, with 100% of the playing field released, Alfinegro had 39,734 paying players and an income of 2,267,484.60 BRL in the 1-0 win over Chapecoense; 36,059 tickets were sold and 1,909,460.60 R$ collected in the victory over Fortaleza on the same scoreboard; And 38,474 tickets were sold and 2,175,794.20 Brazilian reals as box office value in Clash with Cuiaba.

With these expressive numbers and the massive support of his fans, Timão last Saturday reached 50 points in Brazil, finishing fifth, below G4, the direct classification zone for the group stage of the Copa Libertadores. This part of the table was closed today by Red Bull Bragantino, who won another match on Saturday against Fortaleza 3-0, in Bragança Paulista, reaching 52 points, but by a game more than Alvinegro (33-32).

Next Wednesday, at 9:30 p.m., in the Maracana, Corinthians will face Flamengo in Round 33 of the National Competition, where they are also battling to finish a string of away victories of more than two and a half months. Their last victory outside Itaqueira was on August 28, when they beat Grêmio 1–0, in Porto Alegre. Since then, the team has racked up three defeats and three draws in six matches as a visitor to the tournament.