1981–82 Inter Milan season

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1981–82 season
Chairman Ernesto Pellegrini
Manager Eugenio Bersellini
Serie A 5th
Coppa Italia Winner
UEFA Cup Round of 32
Top goalscorer League: Alessandro Altobelli (9)
All: Alessandro Altobelli (21)
All statistics correct as of 20 May 1982.


The 1981–82 season saw Inter win the Coppa Italia, the second in four years and the third overall.[1] The final opponent was Torino, which were beaten 1–0 in first leg and drew 1–1 in the second.[1] Inter showed some new faces, such as the young Giuseppe Bergomi and Riccardo Ferri (both born in 1963), Salvatore Bagni and Aldo Serena, who returned after several loans.[1]

Inter also reached the round of 32 in UEFA Cup - giving up in front of Dinamo Bucharest during overtime - and achieved fifth place in the domestic league, but the triumph in the Coppa Italia resulted in a qualification for the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup.[1]


Source: [2]

Date of birth and role are between brackets.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Stefano Petrucci (2005). La storia dell'Inter (in Italian). L'Airone Editrice. pp. 44–45. ISBN 88-7944-723-8. 
  2. ^ Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1982 (in Italian). Panini Group. 1981. 


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