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  • 1900s

    • March 9, 1908: The club was founded on 9 March 1908 as Football Club Internazionale Milano, following a "schism" from the Milan Cricket and Football Club (43 members). - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1908: Internazionale have never been relegated from the Italian top flight in their entire history, which dates back all the way to 1908; a fact Nerazzurri fans hold in high regard. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1908: One of the founders of Inter, a painter named Giorgio Muggiani, was responsible for the design of the first Inter logo in 1908. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1908: Since its founding in 1908, Inter have worn black and blue stripes. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
  • 1910s

    • 1910: The club won its very first Scudetto (championship) in 1910 and its second in 1920. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • January 22, 1911: The stadium was inaugurated on January 22, 1911 with a football match between Genoa and Internazionale, and had a capacity of 20,000. - Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Wikipedia.
  • 1920s

    • 1922: Inter were in Group B of the Serie A and came in last place after picking up only 11 points in the season. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1923: The FIGC saved Inter some weeks prior to the season starting by allowing them to remain in Serie A in 1923. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1928: During the Fascist era, the club was forced to merge with the Milanese Unione Sportiva and was renamed Ambrosiana SS Milano. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1929: The new upcoming President Oreste Simonotti decided to change name to AS Ambrosiana in 1929. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
  • 1930s

    • 1931: However, supporters continued to call the team "Inter", and in 1931, new president Pozzani caved to shareholder pressure and changed the name to AS Ambrosiana-Inter. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1938: Their first Coppa Italia (Italian Cup) was won in 1938–39, led by Giuseppe Meazza, after whom the San Siro stadium is officially named, and a fifth league championship followed in 1940, despite an injury to Meazza. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
  • 1950s

  • 1960s

    • 1960s: His father Angelo was the president of Inter during the club's golden era of the 1960s. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1960s: Following the golden era of the 1960s, Inter managed to win their 11th league title in 1971 and their twelfth in 1980. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1960: 3Italy Giacinto Facchetti, left fullback, 1960–1978 (posthumous honour). - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1963: During this period with Helenio Herrera as head coach, the club won three league championships in 1963, 1965 and 1966. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1964: 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. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1964: Inter won the first of those tournaments, playing against the famous Spanish club Real Madrid. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1967: He is best remembered for scoring the winning goal for Celtic in the 1967 European Cup Final against Inter Milan. - Stevie Chalmers, Wikipedia.
  • 1970s

    • 1972: Inter were defeated for the second time in five years in the final of the European Cup, going down 2–0 to Johan Cruyff's Ajax in 1972. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1972: The club earned their first honours since winning the German Cup in 1972 with a victory in the 1997 UEFA Cup over Italian side Internazionale on penalties. - FC Schalke 04, Wikipedia.
    • January 25, 1976: His Roma career ended with another serious injury he suffered on January 25, 1976 in a collision with Graziano Bini of Internazionale. - Valerio Spadoni, Wikipedia.
  • 1980s

    • 1989: However, they did manage to come close to their first domestic success since 1989 when they reached the Coppa Italia final only to be defeated by Lazio allowing them to win the Scudetto and domestic cup double. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1989: Led by the German duo of Andreas Brehme and Lothar Matthäus, and Argentine Ramón Díaz, Inter captured the 1989 Serie A championship under coach Giovanni Trapattoni. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1989: This Super Cup win was Inter's first since 1989, coincidentally the same year since Inter last won the Scudetto before 2006. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
  • 1990s

    • 1990s: However, the 1990s remained a decade of disappointment and is the only decade in Inter's history in which they failed to win a single Serie A championship. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1991: Nevertheless, they achieved some European success in that decade with three UEFA Cup victories in 1991, 1994, and 1998. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1991: They have also won the UEFA Cup three times in 1991, 1994, 1998 and the Intercontinental Cup twice also in 1964 and in 1965. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1993: While their great rivals Milan,Juventus and Roma were achieving success both domestically and in Europe, Inter were left behind, with some mediocre positions in the standings, their worst finishes being in 1993–94 when they were just one point from relegation. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1995: With Massimo Moratti's takeover from Ernesto Pellegrini in 1995, Inter were promised more success with many high profile signings such as Ronaldo, Christian Vieri, and Hernán Crespo, with Inter twice breaking the world record transfer fee in this period. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • September 30, 1995: There was also talk that Cantona would be on his way out of Old Trafford, as Internazionale were interested in signing him, but when Cantona signed a new three-year contract Hughes knew that Cantona was likely to be straight back in the side after his suspension finished on 30 September 1995, and knew that his best chance of first-team football would be away from Old Trafford. - Mark Hughes, Wikipedia.
    • November 10, 1995: Inter Milan manager Roy Hodgson discourages bids from other clubs for England midfielder Paul Ince, who joined them from Manchester United on 22 June but has been disappointing in Italy. - 1995–96 in English football, Wikipedia.
    • November 15, 1995: Hodgson left immediately after they had qualified for Euro '96, on 15 November 1995 to join Serie A side Inter Milan. - Roy Hodgson, Wikipedia.
    • 1997: Schalke 04 won its first major European trophy in 1997 by defeating Internazionale on penalty kicks for the UEFA Cup in Milan. - FC Schalke 04, Wikipedia.
    • 1997: [citation needed] €19.5 million for Ronaldo from Barcelona in 1997 and €31 million for Christian Vieri from Lazio in 1999. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1997: The 1997 UEFA Cup Final was contested between Schalke 04 of Germany and Internazionale of Italy. - 1997 UEFA Cup Final, Wikipedia.
    • 1998: In the 1998–99 season Inter failed to qualify for any European competition for the first time in almost 10 years, finishing in a poor eighth place. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1998: Inter chairman Massimo Moratti later became a target for the fans, especially when he sacked much-loved coach Luigi Simoni after only a few games into the 1998–99 season, after having just received the Italian Manager of the Year award for 1998 the day before, Moratti decided to end his contract. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • 1998: The 1998 UEFA Cup Final was a football match played at Parc des Princes in Paris on 6 May 1998 between Internazionale and Lazio of Italy. - 1998 UEFA Cup Final, Wikipedia.
    • September 13, 1998: He made his Serie A debut on 13 September 1998, Cagliari 2-2 draw with Internazionale in home ground. - Alessio Scarpi, Wikipedia.
    • 1999: In the 1999–00 season, Massimo Moratti made some major changes, once again with some high-profile signings. - F.C. Internazionale Milano, Wikipedia.
    • December 18, 1999: He was first featured in the starting lineup together with Cassano in a home league match against Internazionale, ended in a shocking 2-1 win for Bari thanks to goals from Enyinnaya (a 30-meter shot during the 7th minute) and a late winner by Cassano. - Hugo Enyinnaya, Wikipedia.
  • 2000s

  • 2010s

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