Inter Moengotapoe

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Inter Moengotapoe ("IMT")
Inter Moengotapoe.svg
Full name Stichting Inter Moengotapoe
Founded 1 January 1992; 25 years ago (1992-01-01)
Ground Ronnie Brunswijkstadion
Moengo, Suriname
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Suriname Ronnie Brunswijk
Manager Suriname Dennis Baino
League Topklasse
2016–17 1st
Website Club website

Inter Moengotapoe (sometimes rendered Inter Moengo Tapoe or just IMT) is a Surinamese football club, based in Moengo, Marowijne between Paramaribo and the border town of Albina. They play their home matches at the Ronnie Brunswijkstadion.

Inter Moego currently compete in Hoofdklasse, and finished in 3rd position in the 2008–09 season.


IMT was champion of Suriname 8 times, winning every year between 2006–07 and 2015–16 except for 2007–08 and 2011–12.

IMT has participated in the CFU Club Championship nine times, most recently in 2017 when they were eliminated in the first round, finishing runners-up in their group. The club kit manufacturer is Jako.



2006–07, 2007–08, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15,[1] 2015–16, 2016–17
2011–12, 2016–17
2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013


  • Guyana Cup: 2
2010, 2014

Performance in CONCACAF competitions[edit]

Quarter-finals v. Collectivity of Saint Martin Juventus – 2:0, 1:1
Semi-finals v. Jamaica Harbour View – 4:6, 2:3
Group Stage v. Antigua and Barbuda SAP – 3:3
Group Stage v. Jamaica Harbour View – 2:1
Group Stage v. Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Islanders – 2:5
First Round v. Netherlands Antilles CSD Barber – 0:1, 3:1
Second Round v. Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh – 1:3, 1:2
Preliminary Phase v. Guyana Milerock – 1:0, 1:2
First Round v. Guyana Alpha United – 1:0
First Round v. Guyana Milerock – 7:1
First Round v. Curaçao Hubentut Fortuna – 3:2
Second Round v. Antigua and Barbuda Antigua Barracuda – 0:3
Second Round v. Trinidad and Tobago W Connection – 0:6
Second Round v. Haiti Victory – 2:8
First Round v. Jamaica Waterhouse – 0:4
First Round v. Trinidad and Tobago Caledonia AIA – 2:2
First Round v. Haiti Mirebalais – 1:2
First Round v. Guyana Alpha United – 0:3
First Round v. Trinidad and Tobago Central – 0:2
First Round v. Guadeloupe CS Moulien – 3–2
First Round v. Dominican Republic Atlántico FC – 1–0
First Round v. Trinidad and Tobago W Connection – 1–3
First Round v. Haiti Racing des Gonaïves 2–2
First Round v. Antigua and Barbuda Hoppers 2–0
First Round v. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Bequia United 4–1


Current squad[edit]

As of October 2016.

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

No. Position Player
1 Suriname GK Rudolph Daniel
2 Suriname DF Anduelo Amoeferie
3 Suriname DF Fabian Jeroe
4 Suriname DF Vallei Jurmen
5 Suriname DF Patrick Jimmy
6 Suriname MF Stefano Baneti
7 Suriname MF Izaak Carvalho-Pantoja
8 Suriname MF Gregory Pokie
9 Suriname FW Giovanni Waal
10 Suriname FW Ives Vlijter
11 Suriname MF Kareem Kwasie
13 Suriname DF Johnny Bron
No. Position Player
15 Suriname FW Claudio Pinas
16 Suriname DF Jerome Strijder
17 Suriname FW Saverio Gazon
18 Suriname FW Jungelo Brunswijk
20 Suriname FW Romeo Kastiel
21 Suriname MF Emilio Limón
22 Suriname FW Rinaldo Pinas
26 Suriname FW Stefano Rijssel
30 Suriname GK Obrendo Huiswoud
69 Suriname DF Joël Baja
80 Suriname MF Romano Dennis
99 Suriname MF Naldo Kwasie
Suriname FW Galgyto Talea
Suriname DF Miquel Darson