Inter Club d'Escaldes

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Inter Club d'Escaldes
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Full name Inter Club d'Escaldes d'Andorra
Nickname(s) L'Inter
Founded 1991; 26 years ago (1991)
Ground Andorra Football Federation stadiums
Chairman Portugal Antonio Colaço Da Silva
Manager Andorra Alexandre Somoza Lozada
League Segona Divisió
2015–16 Segona Divisió, 5th

Inter Club d'Escaldes is an Andorran football club based in Escaldes-Engordany. The club currently plays in Segona Divisió.

History[edit]

Inter Club d'Escaldes was founded in Escaldes-Engordany in 1991 and being founder member of Primera Divisió in 1995, the Premier League of Andorra. The club was playing since then in the top flight until April 2015 when the team was relegated after finishing 8th in the regular league.[1]

L'Inter achieved twice the third position in Primera Divisió, during two consecutives seasons in 1999-00 and 2000–01, and became runners-up in Copa Constitució during the 2001–02 season, losing 2–0 against FC Lusitanos.

Contruccions Modernes[2] crest until 2015.
25th Anniversary crest (1991-2016).
Classic kit.
First kit (2010-12).
First kit (2012-16).

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 27 September 2015.[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 Andorra GK Hugo Manuel Do Paço Fernandes
1 Portugal GK Hugo Jose Fernandes Pereira
2 Spain DF David Rodriguez Murias
4 Andorra DF Daniel Ferron Perez
5 Spain DF Josep Maria Matamala Brossa
6 Spain DF Aaron Martinez Jimenez
7 Andorra FW Alejandro Godoy Venturi
8 Chile MF Juan Jose Bernales Segura
9 Andorra FW David Codina Aguilar
10 Andorra FW Xavier Andorrà Julià
11 Andorra FW Josep Vall Casamiquela
No. Position Player
12 Brazil DF Moises Gonçalves Ferreira
13 Spain GK Javier Alcubierre Vilariño
14 Andorra DF David Ferriz Gracia
15 Andorra DF Iván Lage
16 Andorra DF Xavier De La Rosa Fernandez
17 Portugal MF Ricardo Manuel De Almeida Frias
18 Andorra FW Joaquim Salvat Besora
19 Andorra FW Jose Antonio Martin Martinez
20 Argentina MF Nicolas Carlos Nuevo Martinez
21 Andorra DF Francisco Javier Martin Sanchez
23 Portugal MF Vitor Hugo Pinto Gomes

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