International Students’ Day: how much do you know about Inter’s history?


We have five tricky questions to test your Inter knowledge!

17 November is International Students’ Day and we are taking the chance to acknowledge the right to study and students’ right to express themselves.

To celebrate the day in the best possible way, we have lined up a quiz for Nerazzurri fans which covers key aspects of the club’s history.

Who's the Nerazzurri's record appearance-holder?

ÈJavier Zanetti, the club’s current vice president, who made 858 appearances for Inter between his debut in 1995 and final match in 2014. The Argentine featured 615 times in Serie A, 97 in the Champions League, 71 in the Coppa Italia, 43 in the UEFA Cup, nine in the Europa League, eight in Champions League qualifiers, seven in the Italian Super Cup, three in league play-offs, two in Europa League qualifiers, two in the Club World Cup and one in the European Super Cup. The full-back scored a total of 21 goals for the Nerazzurri.

In which year was the Inter website founded?

In summer 1995, Inter became the first Italian club (and among the first on the global stage) to start up its own website as a virtual meeting place with the birth of

How many trophies have Inter won?

40: 19 Scudetti, three European Cups/Champions Leagues, two intercontinental Super Cups, one Club World Cup, three UEFA Cups, seven Coppa Italias, five Italian Super Cups.

How many nationalities make up the Inter first-team squad?

There are 13 countries represented in the current Inter squad: Italy, Slovenia, Romania, Netherlands, Serbia, Slovakia, Uruguay , Croatia, Turkey, Chile, Denmark, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Argentina.

In which season did the club win its maiden trophy?

After being founded in 1908, the first trophy in Inter’s illustrious history arrived in the 1909/10 season when the club won the top flight. There were nine teams competing in the championship, with Inter and Pro Vercelli level on 25 points at the end of the campaign. A play-off in Vercelli on 24 April 1910 was required to separate them, with the Nerazzurri pulling out all the stops to secure a stunning 10-3 win, with Paul Oscar Engler grabbing four goals and Virgilio Fossati registering a brace.

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