Internacional de Madrid CF

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Inter de Madrid
Internacional de Madrid CF.png
Full name Club de Fútbol Internacional de Madrid Deportes, Sociedad Limitada
Founded 2002
Ground Dehesa de la Villa
Moraleja de Enmedio,
Community of Madrid, Spain
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Spain Stephen Kenneth
Manager Spain Miguel Ángel Muñoz
League 3ª – Group 7
2011–12 3ª – Group 7, 6th
Website Club home page

Internacional de Madrid Club de Fútbol is a football club from Moraleja de Enmedio in the Community of Madrid, in Spain.


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In 2002 a group of businessmen founded the football fans of the Madrid International. The team began its journey in Division III Regional. Dressed in white pants and blue shirt,they played their home games at the soccer field Orcasitas Sports Centre.

The short history of the club is a brilliant 2002/2003 season when the team demonstrated the excellent quality of his game and surpassed all expectations set. Not only the club won all the games except one, but also broke all records in terms of number of goals scored. Team scored 187 goals while conceding only 25, becoming the Madrid International fewest goals in the team in the league.

Thus, in its first year of existence, the Madrid International won the league thereby achieving a promotion. The jump was larger than expected, First Amateur 2003/2004 was their destiny. The aim, reissued the same successes in the previous season the greatest difficulty knowing more, but with the enthusiasm and the claw of a team that knows no bounds. All that kept much of the block of the first year, managed to climb again, this time preferably without the tremendous superiority shown its first year, but certainly the most exquisite football in the group. This year also featured a junior team, rather than aping the first team at his foundation, I am overwhelming winner in its category. Third regional cluster 11 with 128 goals scored and only 17 against.

After two consecutive promotions from the Madrid Internacional, with a staff reinforced, but keeping many of its players that gave the previous achievements, it faces a greater challenge Preferred Amateur Madrid. His intention, was to be in the top positions.

In 2004/2005 season the club had grown significantly, increasing the total to 7 teams, his ambition seemed to have no limits, with two teams in Preferred amateur, and Juvenile Division of Honour, good football was secured in the Dehesa Village and throughout the Community of Madrid. The results were not expected, the Madrid International found his first disappointment sport after the season one team lost amateur Preferred militants in the category and just happened to be División de Honor Juvenil.

Without slowing down Internacional set a new goal, "Promotion to Tercera División" which together with the creation of three new teams and youngest youth level, he would become the fifth team in Madrid Capital behind Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, Santa Ana.Throughout the tournament Inter was in promotion positions with the best football of the tournament and almost unbeatable for two thirds of the league, but a bump of results in late days club stood at third place in the group, throwing the illusion lands of the 300 partners who then made our social mass.

The existing field was very small and became a handicap for good football. It hampered the growth of club. The Inter for the first time in its history was forced to move.The decision was tough but necessary. In their fifth season (2006/2007) Inter changed their headquarters to Moral of Enmedio, south of Madrid city.

The change of venue brought the departure of many of the players who formed the template and the internal restructuring of all levels of the club, The first team almost was re-made entirely with the aim of securing a promotion. Internacional finished on third place in the 2008-2009 season and second place in the 2009-2010 season.This position lead to the consequent rise to Tercera División.A new challenge for the short and fruitful history of this great club.

Season to season[edit]

Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
2002/03 8 3ª Aficio. 1st
2003/04 6 1ª Aficio. 1st
2004/05 5 Preferente 13th
2005/06 5 Preferente 4th
2006/07 5 Preferente 8th
2007/08 5 Preferente 8th
2008/09 5 Preferente 3rd
2009/10 5 Preferente 2nd
2010/11 4 6th
2011/12 4 6th
2012/13 4 11th

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Alberto
Spain GK Víctor
Spain DF Alain
Spain DF Guille
Spain DF Mario Sánchez
Spain DF Rebollo
Spain DF Ruma
Spain MF Barahona
Spain MF Iván Marín
No. Position Player
Spain MF Javi Arribas
Spain MF Juan Carlos
Spain MF Plaza
Spain MF Sardi
Spain FW Alberto Palacios
Spain FW Dani García
Spain FW Garci
Spain FW Juli
Spain FW Nacho Buenache

Other players[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain DF Tico

Former players[edit]


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