FK Inter Bratislava
|Full name||Futbalový Klub Inter Bratislava a.s.|
|Founded||1 July 1940
as ŠK Apollo
|Ground||Stadium ŠKP Inter Dúbravka, Dúbravka, Bratislava
Stadium Drieňová ulica, Bratislava - Ružinov (youths)
|Head coach||Jozef Barmoš|
|2013-14||Majstrovstvá regiónu, 1st (promoted)|
|Website||Club home page|
FK Inter Bratislava is a Slovak football club, playing in the city of Bratislava. Inter's home matches have been played at Stadium Drieňová ulica since the club's renew formation in 2009. The club is playing in III. liga Bratislava, the third tier in the Slovak football league system, after winning Majstrovstvá regiónu in the 2013–14 season.
- 1 History
- 2 Players
- 3 Notable players
- 4 Managers
- 5 Stadium
- 6 Honours
- 7 European competition history
- 8 Supporters
- 9 External links
- 10 References
Inter Bratislava was founded in 1940 by the Apollo refinery which was later renamed Slovnaft. Inter established itself as one of the strongest teams in the Czechoslovakian league a tradition which has been carried on into the independent state of Slovakia. In 1976, Inter sent one player to the triumphant European championship winning side in the former Yugoslavia, Ladislav Jurkemik. In more recent time Inter was able to complete the Slovakian double by winning both cup and league championship in 2001.
The fall into lowest division and rebirth
Inter Bratislava won the Slovak Second League at the 2009/1010 season, before AS Trenčín. Due financial problems caused merged with FK Senica on June 18, 2009. Players of Inter Bratislava had to move to other clubs. In season 2010/2011 has been renewed and will start in 5.league. Inter had to move from Stadium of Pasienky on the temporary stadium, due to future construction of the National Football Stadium in Bratislava (Tehelné pole). Home stadium had became a Stadium Drieňová ulica. The stadium has a capacity of 1,000.
- 1940 - Founded as ŠK Apollo Bratislava
- 1945 - Renamed TKNB Bratislava
- 1948 - Renamed Sokol SNB Bratislava
- 1952 - Renamed TJ Cervena Hviezda Bratislava (Red Star)
- 1959 - First European qualification, 1959-60
- 1962 - Merged with TJ Iskra Slovnaft Bratislava and TJ Slovnaft Bratislava
- 1965 - Renamed TJ Internacionál Slovnaft Bratislava
- 1986 - Merged with TJ ZTS Petrzalka and TJ Internacional Slovnaft ZTS Bratislava
- 1991 - Renamed AŠK Inter Slovnaft Bratislava
- 2004 - Renamed FK Inter Bratislava
- 2009 - Sold club license of FK Inter Bratislava to FK Senica
- 2009 - Transforming of Inter Fan Club on Inter Bratislava o.z. (Civic association)
- 2014 - Transforming of Inter Bratislava o.z. on FK Inter Bratislava a.s.
As of 29 September 2013 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Inter.
- Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.
Stadium Pasienky is a multi-use stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia. It was used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of FK Inter Bratislava. The stadium holds 13,295 people.
Since 2013/2014 season, the home ground of FK Inter Bratislava is Stadium ŠKP Inter Dúbravka.
- Slovenský Pohár (Slovakian Cup)
- Winners (6): 1984, 1988, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2001
- The Double (League and Cup):
- Winners (2): 1999–00, 2000–01
European competition history
|1959–60||European Cup||Preliminary round||F.C. Porto||2–1||2–0||4–1|
|1. Round||Rangers F.C.||1–1||3–4||4–5|
|1984–85||European Cup Winners' Cup||1. Round||FC Kuusysi||2–1||0–0||2–1|
|1988–89||European Cup Winners' Cup||1. Round||CSKA Sofia||2–3||0–5||2–8|
|1990–91||UEFA Cup||1. Round||Avenir Beggen||5–0||1–2||6–2|
|2. Round||1. FC Köln||0–2||1–0||1–2|
|1994–95||UEFA Cup||Preliminary round||MYPA||0–3||1–0||1–3|
|1995–96||UEFA Cup Winners' Cup||Qualifying round||Valletta F.C.||5–2||0–0||5–2|
|1. Round||Real Zaragoza||0–2||1–3||1–5|
|1998-99||Uefa Cup||1. Qualifying round||KF Tirana||2–0||2–0||4–0|
|2. Qualifying round||Slavia Prague||2–0||0–4||2–4|
|1999–00||Uefa Cup||Qualifying round||KS Bylis||3–1||2–0||5–1|
|1. Round||Rapid Wien||1–0||2–1||3–1|
|2. Round||FC Nantes||0–3||0–4||0–7|
|2000–01||Champions League||2. Qualifying round||FC Haka||1–0(aet)||0–0||1–0|
|3. Qualifying round||Olympique Lyonnais||1–2||1–2||2–4|
|2000-01||UEFA Cup||1. Round||Roda JC Kerkrade||2–1||2–0||4–1|
|2. Round||Lokomotiv Moscow||1–2||0–1||1–3|
|2001–02||Champions League||2. Qualifying round||Slavia-Mozyr||1–0||1–0||2–0|
|3. Qualifying round||Rosenborg||3–3||0–4||3–7|
|2001–02||Uefa Cup||1. Round||Litex Lovech||1–0||0–3||1–3|
- Famous, non-football related, supporters of FK Inter Bratislava are listed on this list alphabetically.
- Jozef Mihál – Politician
- Viliam Polónyi – Actor and former member of FK Inter Bratislava
- Tomáš Šedivý alias Lasky – Singer
- Dušan Tarageľ – Actor
- Official website
- Fan website
- FK Inter Bratislava on Facebook
- FK Inter Bratislava's channel on YouTube
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