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    Inter Milan Records

    Post by Admin on Mon Feb 09, 2009 11:09 pm

    1908 - At the beginning of the century, Inter F.C. versus Milan A.C.
    derbies did not even exist. At that time there was only "Milan Cricket
    and Football Club". But the night on March the 9th 1908,
    "Internazionale Football Club of Milan" came through. It was called
    "Internazionale" because it was open to all players and not only to the
    Italian ones (the first captain, Manktl, was Swiss). It was the result
    of a group of rebels, previously associated to the Milan A.C.. That is
    how Inter was born. The colours of the club were gold, black and blue,
    and the tradition has been carried through.

    1909-10 - Ettore Strauss takes over as president and Inter are Champions for the 1st time.

    1910-11 - Carlo De Medici becomes the 3rd President of the Club.

    1912-13 - Emilio Hirzel becomes the 4th President of the Club.

    1914-15
    - Luigi Ansbacher becomes the 5th President of the Club immediately
    followed by Giuseppe Visconti di Modrone who becomes the 6th, in the
    same year.

    1919-20 - Giorgio Hulss becomes the 7th President and Inter are Champions for the 2nd time.

    1920-21 - Francesco Mauro becomes the 8th President of the Club.

    1923-24 - Enrico Olivetti becomes the 9th President of the Club.

    1926-27 - Senatore Borletti becomes the 10th President of the Club.

    1928-29 - Inter is forced to change its name to "Ambrosiana-Inter"

    1929-30 - Ernesto Torrusio becomes the 11th President and Inter are Champions for the 3rd time.

    1930-31 - Oreste Simonotti becomes the 12th President of the Club.

    1932-33 - Ferdinando Pozzani becomes the 13th President and Inter are runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1933-34 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1934-35 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1937-38 - Champions for the 4th time.

    1938-39 - Won the Coppa Italia for the first time.

    1939-40 - Champions for the 5th time.

    1940-41 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1942-43 - Carlo Masseroni becomes the 14th President of the Club.

    1944-46 - Serie 'A' interrupted because of World War II.

    1946 - The Club changes its name back to "Internazionale"

    1948-49 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1950-51 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1952-53 - Champions for the 6th time.

    1953-54 - Champions for the 7th time.

    1955-56 - Angelo Moratti takes over as the 15th President of the Club and the "Moratti" era starts.

    1961-62 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1962-63 - Champions for the 8th time.

    1963-64
    - Won the European Champions Cup and the Intercontinental Cup but loses
    the Italian Championship on a decider with Bologna.

    1964-65 -
    Won the European Champions Cup and the Intercontinental Cup for the
    second time and become Italian Champions for the 9th time.

    1965-66 - Champions for the 10th time.

    1966-67 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1968-69 - Ivanoe Fraizzoli becomes the 16th President of the Club.

    1969-70 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1970-71 - Champions for the 11th time.

    1977-78 - Won the Coppa Italia for the 2nd time.

    1979-80 - Champions for the 12th time.

    1981-82 - Won the Coppa Italia for the 3rd time.

    1984-85 - Ernesto Pellegrini becomes the 17th President of the Club.

    1988-89 - Champions for the 13th time.

    1989-90 - Inter wins the Italian Supercoppa.

    1990-91 - Won the UEFA Cup for the 1st time.

    1992-93 - Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1993-94 - Won the UEFA Cup for the 2nd time.

    1995-96 - Massimo Moratti the son of Angelo Moratti becomes the 18th President of the Club.

    1997-98 - Won the UEFA Cup for the 3rd time. Runners-up in the Italian Championship.

    1998-1999
    - A disastrous year or as Massimo Moratti put it "Annus Horribilis". It
    is indeed a fitting name for last season. A year which saw Inter
    struggling in a multitude of problems culminating in the futile
    swapping of 4 different coaches, the elimination in the quarterfinals
    of the Champions league and elimination in the semi finals of Coppa
    Italia.

    1999-2000 - 4th place in Italian Championship.

    2000-2001
    - Two years ago, Massimo Moratti defined the year just ended as "Annus
    Horribilis" or Horrible Year. It is almost a fitting name also for last
    season. A year which Inter started off very badly with the defeat
    against Reggina in the first day of the Italian League followed by the
    sudden departure of Marcello Lippi. The team later plodded on through
    the season with Marco Tardelli at a modest mid-table performance level.


    2001-2002 - Inter is very close to winning its scudetto number
    14. Leaders until the last match, one point ahead of Juventus, they
    lose against Lazio. Scudetto goes to Juventus, and second place to
    Roma. As in 1967, the last match of the championship is fatal to
    nerazzurri.

    2004-2005 - Inter win the Coppa Italia beating Roma in a two legged final.

    Club RECORDS :


    All-time Top Scorer 246 Giuseppe MEAZZA

    Season's Top Scorer 33 Antonio Valentin ANGELILLO (58-59)

    Most Appearances 519 Giuseppe BERGOMI

    Most Capped Italian 94 Giacinto FACCHETTI

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