Internazionale FM09

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NationItaly
LeagueSerie A
ManagerJosé Mourinho
Key PlayersIbrahimovic, Chivu, Maicon

Football Club Internazionale Milano, commonly referred to as Internazionale and as just Inter in Italy, is an Italian professional football club based in Milan, Lombardy, founded in 1908. Inter are the champions of Italy, having retained their crown on May 16, 2009, their fourth successive title.

Inter are the only side in Italian football to have spent their entire history in Serie A, making them the only club that has spent all the seasons in this top tier from its foundation in 1929-30. Playing in black and blue striped shirts with black shorts, they have 17 Serie A titles to their name. Including the Coppa Italia and the Italian Super Cup, Inter have a total of 26 trophies won in Italy. Outside of their homeland, the club have also had success in European and World tournaments; they won the European Cup in two successive finals in 1964 and 1965. They have also won the UEFA Cup three times and the Intercontinental Cup twice also in 1964 and in 1965.

Inter play their home games at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, also known as San Siro. The ground, which they share with rivals A.C. Milan, is the largest in Italian football, with a total capacity of 80,018. Inter train at the fields of sports center "Angelo Moratti" (better known as La Pinetina) in Appiano Gentile, near Como. The term "Inter Milan" is sometimes used in the English-speaking world to differentiate Internazionale from A.C. Milan but is not used within Italy.

Contents

First Team Squad

Goalkeepers

1 GK Francesco Toldo

12 GK Julio Cesar

22 GK Paolo Orlandoni

Defenders

2 DF Ivan Cordoba (vice-captain)

4 DF Javier Zanetti (captain)

6 DF Maxwell

13 DF Maicon

16 DF Nicolas Burdisso

23 DF Marco Materazzi

24 DF Nelson Rivas

25 DF Walter Samuel

26 DF Cristian Chivu

37 DF Andrea Mei

39 DF Davide Santon

Midfielders

5 MF Dejan Stankovic

7 MF Luis Figo

11 MF Luis Jimenez

14 MF Patrick Vieira

19 MF Esteban Cambiasso

20 MF Sulley Ali Muntari

33 MF Mancini

36 MF Francesco Bolzoni

Strikers

8 FW Zlatan Ibrahimovic

9 FW Julio Cruz

18 FW Hernan Crespo

21 FW Victor Obinna

45 FW Mario Balotelli

First Team Squad (out on loan - patch 9.0.3)

GK Enrico Alfonso (at Pisa)

GK Giacomo Bindi (at Varese)

DF Rincon (at Ancona)

DF Ivan Fatic (at Salernitana)

DF Gabriele Puccio (at Verona)

DF Daniele Pedrelli (at Treviso)

DF Daniele Federici (at Grosseto)

DF Leonardo Bonucci (at Pisa)

MF Olivier Dacourt (at Fulham)

MF Attila Filkor (at Sassuolo)

MF Luca Siligardi (at Bari)

MF Ronny Diuk Toma (at Valenzana)

MF Nicola Redomi (at Valenzana)

FW David Suazo (at Benfica)

FW Ricardo Quaresma (at Chelsea)

FW Robert Acquafresca (at Cagliari)

FW Jonathan Biabiany (at Modena)

FW Gianluca Litteri (at Slavia Prague)

Retired Numbers

3 – Giacinto Facchetti, left fullback, (1960–1978)

Honours

National titles

Serie A:

Champions (17): 1909–10; 1919–20; 1929–30; 1937–38; 1939–40; 1952–53; 1953–54; 1962–63; 1964–65; 1965–66; 1970–71; 1979–80; 1988–89; 2005-06; 2006-07; 2007-08; 2008-09

Runners-up (13): 1932–33; 1933–34; 1934–35; 1940–41; 1948–49; 1950–51; 1961–62; 1963–64; 1966–67; 1969–70; 1992–93; 1997–98; 2002–03

Coppa Italia:

Champions (5): 1938–39; 1977–78; 1981–82; 2004–05; 2005–06;

Runners-up (6): 1958–59; 1964–65; 1976–77; 1999–00; 2006–07; 2007–08

Supercoppa Italiana:

Champions (4): 1989; 2005; 2006; 2008

Runners-up (2): 2000; 2007

International titles

European titles

UEFA Champions League (former European Cup):

Champions (2): 1963–64; 1964–65

Runners-up (2): 1966–67; 1971–72

UEFA Cup:

Champions (3): 1990–91; 1993–94; 1997–98

Runners-up (1): 1996–97

Mitropa Cup:

Runners-up (1): 1932–33

World-wide titles

Intercontinental Cup:

Champions (2): 1964; 1965





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