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Inter versperrte die Kabine, so dass kein offizieller Arzt Boninsegna untersuchen konnte, und das Spiel, welches 7: In derselben Spielzeit erreichten die Nerazzurri zum vierten Mal das Landesmeister-Finale, dort verloren sie allerdings gegen Ajax Amsterdam mit 0: April , direkt beim Comeback im italienischen Pokalfinale.
Inter verlor den schon fast sicher geglaubten Titel erneut am letzten Spieltag, durch ein bitteres 2: Sie gewannen ab dem September , mit einem 4: Februar den ersten Punktverlust mit einem Unentschieden bei Udinese Calcio hinnehmen.
Juni auf einer Pressekonferenz offiziell vorgestellt. In der Coppa Italia schied man dagegen im Halbfinale mit 1: Dezember wurde diese mit einem 3: In der Runde der letzten Acht folgten zwei Niederlagen gegen Schalke Mai , im letzten Spiel der Saison, verteidigte Inter den italienischen Pokal: September und verpflichtete Claudio Ranieri.
Gleichzeitig wurde bekannt, dass der Verein gemeinsam mit einer Tochter der China Railway Construction plant, bis ein neues Stadion zu bauen.
Im italienischen Pokal schied man im Viertelfinale in Neapel mit 0: Aufgrund des gewonnenen direkten Vergleichs zog Inter trotz der schlechteren Tordifferenz noch vorbei an Lazio Rom auf Rang vier.
Milan are considered among their biggest rivals, and matches between the two teams, known as the Derby della Madonnina , are one of the most followed derbies in football.
It shall be called International, because we are brothers of the world. The name of the club derives from the wish of its founding members to accept foreign players as well as Italians.
The club won its very first championship in and its second in The captain and coach of the first championship winning team was Virgilio Fossati , who was later killed in battle while serving in the Italian army during World War I.
In , Inter remained in the top league after winning two play-offs. A fifth championship followed in , despite Meazza incurring an injury.
After the end of World War II the club regained its original name, winning its sixth championship in and its seventh in He would transform Inter into one of the greatest teams in Europe.
He modified a 5—3—2 tactic known as the " Verrou " "door bolt" which created greater flexibility for counterattacks. The catenaccio system was invented by an Austrian coach, Karl Rappan.
Herrera would modify it by adding a fifth defender, the sweeper or libero behind the two centre backs. The sweeper or libero who acted as the free man would deal with any attackers who went through the two centre backs.
Inter finished third in the Serie A in his first season, second the next year and first in his third season.
Then followed a back-to-back European Cup victory in and , earning him the title " il Mago " "the Wizard". In the final, they met Real Madrid , a team that had reached seven out of the nine finals to date.
Mazzola scored two goals in a 3—1 victory, and then the team won the Intercontinental Cup against Independiente. A year later, Inter repeated the feat by beating two-time winner Benfica in the final held at home, from a Jair goal, and then again beat Independiente in the Intercontinental Cup.
During that year the club changed its name to Football Club Internazionale Milano. Following the golden era of the s, Inter managed to win their eleventh league title in and their twelfth in During the s and the s, Inter also added two to its Coppa Italia tally, in —78 and — The s was a period of disappointment.
While their great rivals Milan and Juventus were achieving success both domestically and in Europe, Inter were left behind, with repeated mediocre results in the domestic league standings, their worst coming in —94 when they finished just one point out of the relegation zone.
For Inter fans, it was difficult to find who in particular was to blame for the troubled times and this led to some icy relations between them and the chairman, the managers and even some individual players.
Moratti later became a target of the fans, especially when he sacked the much-loved coach Luigi Simoni after only a few games into the —99 season, having just received the Italian manager of the year award for the day before being dismissed.
That season, Inter failed to qualify for any European competition for the first time in almost ten years, finishing in eighth place.
The team came close to their first domestic success since when they reached the Coppa Italia final only to be defeated by Lazio.
Marco Tardelli , chosen to replace Lippi, failed to improve results, and is remembered by Inter fans as the manager that lost 6—0 in the city derby against Milan.
Other members of the Inter "family" during this period that suffered were the likes of Vieri and Fabio Cannavaro , both of whom had their restaurants in Milan vandalised after defeats to the Rossoneri.
In , not only did Inter manage to make it to the UEFA Cup semi-finals, but were also only 45 minutes away from capturing the Scudetto when they needed to maintain their one-goal advantage away to Lazio.
Inter were 2—1 up after only 24 minutes. Lazio equalised during first half injury time and then scored two more goals in the second half to clinch victory that eventually saw Juventus win the championship.
The next season, Inter finished as league runners-up and also managed to make it to the —03 Champions League semi-finals against Milan, losing on the away goals rule.
In his first season, the team collected 72 points from 18 wins, 18 draws and only two losses, as well as winning the Coppa Italia and later the Supercoppa Italiana.
On 11 May , Inter retained their Coppa Italia title once again after defeating Roma with a 4—1 aggregate victory a 1—1 scoreline in Rome and a 3—1 win at the San Siro.
Inter were awarded the —06 Serie A championship retrospectively after points were stripped from Juventus and Milan due to the match fixing scandal that year.
During the following season, Inter went on a record-breaking run of 17 consecutive victories in Serie A, starting on 25 September with a 4—1 home victory over Livorno , and ending on 28 February , after a 1—1 draw at home to Udinese.
On 22 April , Inter won their second consecutive Scudetto —and first on the field since —when they defeated Siena 2—1 at Stadio Artemio Franchi.
Italian World Cup -winning defender Marco Materazzi scored both goals. Inter started the —08 season with the goal of winning both Serie A and Champions League.
The team started well in the league, topping the table from the first round of matches, and also managed to qualify for the Champions League knockout stage.
After being eliminated by Liverpool in the Champions League, Mancini announced his intention to leave his job immediately only to change his mind the following day.
Mancini, however, was sacked soon after due to his previous announcement to leave the club. In winning the league title Inter became the first club in the last 60 years to win the title for the fourth consecutive time and joined Torino and Juventus as the only clubs to accomplish this feat, as well as being the first club based outside Turin.
Inter enjoyed more success in the —10 Champions League , defeating reigning champions Barcelona in the semi-final, and then beating Bayern Munich 2—0 in the final with two goals from Diego Milito.
On 21 August , Inter defeated Roma 3—1 and won the Supercoppa Italiana , their fourth trophy of the year. Leonardo started with 30 points from 12 games, with an average of 2.
On 6 March , Leonardo set a new Italian Serie A record by collecting 33 points in 13 games; the previous record was 32 points in 13 games made by Fabio Capello in the —05 season.
Leonardo led the club to the quarter-finals of the Champions League before losing to Schalke 04 , and lead them to Coppa Italia title.
At the end of the season, however, he resigned and was followed by not-so-successful new managers Gian Piero Gasperini , Claudio Ranieri and Andrea Stramaccioni.
On 1 August , the club announced that Moratti was to sell a minority interest of the club to a Chinese consortium led by Kenneth Huang.
Walter Mazzarri was appointed to replace Stramaccioni on 24 May United had formed strategic partnership.
The club was fined and received squad reduction in UEFA competitions, with additional penalties suspended in the probation period.
During this time, Roberto Mancini returned as coach on 14 November The first season of new ownership, however, started with poor performance in pre-season friendlies.
Primavera coach Stefano Vecchi took over for the last three rounds of the season. On 26 October , Steven Zhang was appointed as new president of the club.
One of the founders of Inter, a painter named Giorgio Muggiani, was responsible for the design of the first Inter logo in The first design incorporated the letters "FCIM" in the centre of a series of circles that formed the badge of the club.
The basic elements of the design have remained constant even as finer details have been modified over the years. In , the logo was returned to the pre— era.
It was given a more modern look with a smaller Scudetto star and lighter color scheme. This version was used until July , when the club decided to undertake a rebranding.
Since its founding in , Inter have worn black and blue stripes. It is rumoured that black was chosen to represent night and blue was chosen to represent the sky.
As a result, during the same year the year-old club was merged with Unione Sportiva Milanese. In , Inter celebrated their centenary with a red cross on their away shirt.
The cross is reminiscent of the flag of their city, and they continue to use the pattern on their third kit. In , the club adopted a predominantly black home kit with thin blue pinstripes before returning to a more traditional design the following season.
Animals are often used to represent football clubs in Italy — the grass snake , called Biscione or Serpente , represents Inter.
The snake is an important symbol for the city of Milan, appearing often in Milanese heraldry as a coiled viper with a man in its jaws. The symbol is famous for its presence on the coat of arms of the House of Sforza which ruled over Italy from Milan during the Renaissance period , the city of Milan, the historical Duchy of Milan a year state of the Holy Roman Empire and Insubria a historical region the city of Milan falls within.
The more commonly used name, San Siro , is the name of the district where it is located. Construction was performed by workers, and took 13 and a half months to complete.
The stadium was owned by the club until it was sold to the city council in , and since it has been shared with Inter, when they were accepted as joint tenant.
The first game played at the stadium was on 19 September , when Inter beat Milan 6—3 in a friendly match. Milan played its first league game in San Siro on 19 September , losing 1—2 to Sampierdarenese.
From an initial capacity of 35, spectators, the stadium has undergone several major renovations, most recently in preparation for the FIFA World Cup when its capacity was set to 85,, all covered with a polycarbonate roof.
In the summer of , its capacity was reduced to 80, to meet the new standards set by UEFA. Based on the English model for stadiums, San Siro is specifically designed for football matches, as opposed to many multi-purpose stadiums used in Serie A.
It is therefore renowned in Italy for its fantastic atmosphere during matches owing to the closeness of the stands to the pitch.
The frequent use of flares by supporters contributes to the atmosphere, but the practice has occasionally also caused problems. Inter is one of the most supported clubs in Italy, according to an August research by Italian newspaper La Repubblica.
The traditional ultras group of Inter is Boys San ; they hold a significant place in the history of the ultras scene in general due to the fact that they are one of the oldest, being founded in Politically, the ultras of Inter are usually considered right-wing and they have good relationships with the Lazio ultras.
As well as the main group of Boys San , there are four more significant groups: San Siro was the venue for the boxing match between Duilio Loi vs.
Carlos Ortiz for the Junior Welterweight title in The first and only top level rugby union match to be played at San Siro was a test match between Italy and New Zealand in November A crowd of 80, watched the event, a record for Italian rugby.
Besides football, San Siro can be configured to hold many other events, particularly major concerts.
The stadium is located in the northwestern part of Milan and can be reached by underground via the dedicated San Siro metro station at the end of the "lilac" line 5 , located just in front of the stadium,  or by tram , with line 16 ending right in front.
The Lotto metro station line 1 , the "red line", and line 5 is about 15 minutes walk away from San Siro. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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