F.C. Internazionale Milano

Group dedicated to INTER:

Football Club Internazionale Milano is an Italian football club based in Milan, Lombardy, which plays in the Serie A. It is more commonly known as Inter, and often named Inter Milan in foreign countries.

The club wears blue and black stripes, which gives origin to their Nerazzurri nickname. They are the reigning Serie A champions (the only team to have played in every Serie A championship since the beginning of the formula in 1929) and are considered one of the top clubs in the world.

Inter is a member of the G-14 organisation of leading European clubs.


HISTORY
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Retired numbers
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3 Giacinto Facchetti, left fullback, 1960-1978 (posthumous honor)

Notable former players
The players in italics typeface are still active in football.

Italy
Beniamino Abate
Ermanno Aebi
Luigi Allemandi
Alessandro Altobelli
Gino Armano
Dino Baggio
Roberto Baggio
Giuseppe Baresi
Evaristo Beccalossi
Gianfranco Bedin
Mauro Bellugi
Giuseppe Bergomi
Nicola Berti
Mario Bertini
Alessandro Bianchi
Mauro Bicicli
Bruno Bolchi
Roberto Boninsegna
Ivano Bordon
Marco Branca
Lorenzo Buffon
Tarcisio Burgnich
Aldo Campatelli
Fabio Cannavaro
Franco Causio
Carlo Ceresoli
Aldo Cevenini
Luigi Cevenini
Fulvio Collovati
Mario Corso
Luigi Di Biagio
Angelo Domenghini
Giacinto Facchetti
Giuseppe Favalli
Giovanni Ferrari
Pietro Ferraris
Riccardo Ferri
Giuseppe Fossati
Virgilio Fossati
Salvatore Fresi
Annibale Frossi
Mario Frustalupi
Giuseppe Furino
Maurizio Ganz
Giorgio Ghezzi
Mario Giubertoni
Aristide Guarneri
Ugo Locatelli
Benito Lorenzi
Saul Malatrasi
Andrea Mandorlini
Antonio Manicone
Giampiero Marini
Gianfranco Matteoli
Sandro Mazzola
Giuseppe Meazza
Aurelio Milani
Dario Morello
Francesco Moriero
Aldo Olivieri
Renato Olmi
Gabriele Oriali
Antonio Paganin
Massimo Paganin
Gianluca Pagliuca
Christian Panucci
Angelo Peruzzi
Armando Picchi
Andrea Pirlo
Alessandro Pistone
Giuliano Sarti
Luigi Sartor
Salvatore Schillaci
Pietro Serantoni
Aldo Serena
Carlo Tagnin
Marco Tardelli
Giuseppe Viani
Lido Vieri
Christian Vieri
Cristiano Zanetti
Walter Zenga
Argentina
Antonio Valentin Angelillo
Gabriel Batistuta
Attilio Demaria
Ramón Díaz
Kily Gonzalez
Andrés Guglielminpietro
Humberto Maschio
Daniel Passarella
Diego Simeone
Juan Sebastián Verón
Austria
Herbert Prohaska
Belgium
Ludo Coeck
Vincenzo Scifo
Brazil
César
Achille Gama
Gilberto
Jair da Costa
Roberto Carlos
Ronaldo
Vampeta
Ze Elias
Ze Maria
Cameroon
Pierre Wome
Chile
David Pizarro
Iván Zamorano
Croatia
Dario Šimić
Denmark
Thomas Helveg
England
Gerry Hitchens
Paul Ince
France
Jocelyn Angloma
Laurent Blanc
Benoit Cauet
Stéphane Dalmat
Youri Djorkaeff
Sebastien Frey
Mikael Silvestre
Germany
Andreas Brehme
Jürgen Klinsmann
Lothar Matthäus
Hansi Müller
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
Matthias Sammer
Greece
Grigorios Georgatos
Giorgos Karagounis
Hungary
István Nyers
Anton Powolny
Ireland
Liam Brady
Robbie Keane
Macedonia
Darko Pančev
Netherlands
Dennis Bergkamp
Edgar Davids
Wim Jonk
Clarence Seedorf
Andy van der Meyde
Faas Wilkes
Aron Winter
Nigeria
Nwankwo Kanu
Obafemi Martins
Taribo West
Paraguay
Carlos Gamarra
Portugal
Sérgio Conceição
Paulo Sousa
Romania
Adrian Mutu
Russia
Igor Shalimov
Serbia
Vladimir Jugović
Siniša Mihajlović
Sierra Leone
Mohamed Kallon
South Africa
Edwing Firmani
Spain
Javier Farinós
Joaquín Peiró
Luis Suárez
Sweden
Lennart Skoglund
Bengt Lindskog
Switzerland
Bernard Schuler
Ciriaco Sforza
Roger Vonlanthen
Turkey
Emre Belözoğlu
Okan Buruk
Hakan Şükür
Uruguay
Ricardo Faccio
Ernesto Mascheroni
Hector Scarone
Gonzalo Sorondo
Ruben Sosa


COACH
2004 - Present Day - Roberto Mancini



Top Scorers

Giuseppe Meazza 246
Luigi Cevenini 156
Benito Lorenzi 138
Istvan Nyers 133
Alessandro Altobelli 128
Sandro Mazzola 116
Roberto Boninsegna 113
Ermanno Aebi 106
Christian Vieri 103
Attilio Demaria 76