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No. Player Nationality Position Inter debut Last match
1 Piero Campelli  Italy Goalkeeper 30 January 1910 9 November 1924
2 Ermanno Aebi  Italy Forward 10 April 1910 12 November 1922
3 Armando Castellazzi  Italy Midfielder 24 February 1924 8 March 1936
4 Giacinto Facchetti  Italy Left-back 3 May 1961 7 May 1978
5 Sandro Mazzola  Italy Attacking midfielder, inside forward 10 June 1961 8 November 1977
6 Giuseppe Bergomi  Italy Right-back, centre-back 30 January 1980 23 May 1999

Retired numbers

3 Giacinto Facchetti, left back, 1960–1978 (posthumous honour). The number was retired on 8 September 2006. The last player to wear the shirt was Argentinian center back Nicolás Burdisso, who took on the number 16 shirt for the rest of the season.[33]

4 - Javier Zanetti, defensive midfielder, played 858 games for Inter between 1995 and his retirement in the summer of 2014. Club president Erick Thohir confirmed that Zanetti's number 4 was to be retired out of respect.[34][35]

Technical staff

Roberto Mancini, the current manager of Inter
As of 14 November 2014[36]
Position Name
Coach Roberto Mancini
Vice coach
Goalkeeper coach Nunzio Papale
Technical assistant Giuseppe Baresi
Technical assistant Luca Vigiani
Match analyst Michele Salzarulo
Chief of medical staff Piero Volpi
Doctor Daniele Casalini
Doctor Simone Porcelli
Chief of fitness coach Giuseppe Pondrelli
Fitness coach Andrea Scanavino
Rehabilitation coach responsible Giannicola Bisciotti
Rehabilitation coach Massimiliano Marchesi
Chief of physiotherapists Marco Dellacasa
Physiotherapist Massimo Dellacasa
Physiotherapist Andrea Belli
Physiotherapist Marco Frigerio
Physiotherapist Matteo Perasso

Presidents and managers

Presidential history

Below is a list of Inter presidents from 1908 until the present day.[37]

Managerial history

Below is a list of Inter coaches from 1909 until the present day.[38]


Internazionale have won 30 domestic trophies, including the league eighteen times, the Coppa Italia seven and the Supercoppa Italiana five. From 2006 to 2010 the club won five successive league titles, equalling the all-time record.[3] They have won the Champions League three times: two back-to-back in 1964 and 1965 and then another in 2010; the last completed an unprecedented Italian treble with the Coppa Italia and the Scudetto.[4] The club has also won three UEFA Cups, two Intercontinental Cups and one FIFA Club World Cup.

National titles

Serie A:

Coppa Italia:

Supercoppa Italiana:

International titles

The following titles include only those recognised by UEFA and FIFA.

World-wide titles

Intercontinental Cup:[nb 3]

FIFA Club World Cup:

European titles

European Cup/UEFA Champions League:


Club statistics and records

Javier Zanetti holds the records for both total appearances and Serie A appearances for Inter, with 838 official games played in total and 600 in Serie A (as of 14 March 2013).[39]

Giuseppe Meazza is Inter's all-time top goalscorer, scoring 284 goals for the club in 408 games.[39] He is followed in second place by Alessandro Altobelli with 209 goals in 466 games, and Roberto Boninsegna in third place, who has scored 171 goals in 281 games.

Helenio Herrera had the longest reign as Internazionale coach, with nine years (eight consecutive) in charge, and is the most successful coach in Inter history with three Scudetti, two European Cups, and two Intercontinental Cup wins. José Mourinho, who was appointed on 2 June 2008, and completed his first season in Italy by winning the Serie A league title and the Supercoppa Italiana, in the second season he won the first "treble" in Italian history, the Serie A league title, Coppa Italia and the UEFA Champions League in the season 2009–2010.

FC Internazionale Milano as a company

FC Internazionale Milano S.p.A.
Revenue Decrease €268,827,275 (2010–11)
Operating income Decrease (€85,712,530) (2010–11)
Net income Decrease (€86,813,786) (2010–11)
Total assets Decrease €455,690,888 (2010–11)
Total equity Decrease (€24,179,237) (2010–11)
Owners Erick Thohir (70.00%)
Pirelli (1.83%)
Massimo Moratti (28.17%)
Parent Internazionale Holding (98.2%)
Subsidiaries Inter Brand (100%)
Inter Futura (100%)
Consorzio San Siro 2000 (joint venture)

According to the Deloitte Football Money League, Inter recorded revenues of €196.5 million (£167.4 million) in the 2008–09 season to rank in 9th place, one behind Juventus in 8th place, and ahead of city rivals Milan in 10th place.[40] The club beat their previous season earnings of €172.9 million (£136.9 million),[40] and for the first time since The Football Money League's inception, Inter overtook Milan in the rankings.

Revenue percentages were divided up between matchday (14%, €28.2 million), broadcasting (59%, €115.7 million, +7%, +€8 million) and commercial (27%, €52.6 million, +43%, €15.8 million). Kit sponsors Nike and Pirelli contributed €18.1 million and €9.3 million respectively to commercial revenues, while broadcasting revenues were boosted €1.6 million (6%) by Champions League distribution.

For the 2010–11 season, Serie A clubs started negotiating club TV rights collectively rather than individually. This is predicted to result in lower broadcasting revenues for Inter, with smaller clubs gaining from the loss.

Inter's matchday revenues amounted to only €1.1 million per home game, compared to €2.6 million among the top six earners.

Deloitte expressed the idea that issues in Italian football, particularly matchday revenue issues were holding Inter back compared to other European giants, and developing their own stadia would result in Serie A clubs being more competitive on the world stage.[41]

Inter also has one of the biggest financial "black-holes" among the Italian clubs, which in 2006–07 had a net loss of €206 million[42] (€112 million extraordinary basis, due to the change in accounting standard for amortisation of transfer fee, covered by proposed capital increases of €99 million), 2007–08 a net loss of €148,271,266,[43] 2008–09 a net loss of €154,423,469[44] (covered by a proposed capital increase of 70 million),[45] later increased to €90 million[44] 2009–10 €69,045,804[44] (covered by a proposed capital increase of €40 million and €30 million during the 2011–12 season)[46] It was contributed by the sales of Ibrahimović, the treble and the release clause of coach José Mourinho. The most recent result was a net loss of €86,813,786,[47] which already included an extraordinary income of €13 million from RAI. Another re-capitalisation of €40 million was proposed, to cover the negative equity of €24,179,237 on 30 June 2011.[47]

Kit manufacturers & shirt sponsors

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
1979–1981 Puma
1981/1982 Inno-Hit
1982–1986 Mecsport Misura
1986–1988 Le Coq Sportif
1988–1991 Uhlsport
1991/1992 Umbro FitGar
1992–1995 Fiorucci
1995–1998 Pirelli
1998–2018 Nike

Affiliated clubs

See also

Historical information


Records and recognitions

Economic rankings


  1. ^ Ranking of European teams supporters: Barcelona first with 57.8 million, followed by Real Madrid (31.3 million), Manchester United (30.6 million), Chelsea (21.4 million), Bayern Munich (20.7 million) and Milan (18.4 million).[8][9]
  2. ^ This title was awarded through the courts following the Calciopoli scandal.
  3. ^ Up until 2004, the main tournament to determine football's World Champions was the Intercontinental Champions Club' Cup (so called European / South American Cup); since then, it has been the FIFA Club World Cup.


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External links

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