List of Inter Milan players (25–99 appearances)

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Ronaldo was signed by Inter for a then world record fee of $27 million. He was part of 1997–98 UEFA Cup winning squad.

Inter Milan is an Italian association football club based in Milan, Lombardy. The club was formed on 9 March 1908 to allow the foreign players to play in Italy.[1] Inter played its first competitive match on 10 January 1909 against their cross-town rivals Milan, in which they lose 3–2. The club won its very first title in 1910 – the 1909–10 Italian Football Championship.[2] Since then, the club has won further 17 league titles, along with seven Coppa Italias and five Supercoppa Italianas. They have also been crowned champions of Europe on three occasions by winning two European Cups back-to-back in 1964 and 1965 and then another in 2010. The club experienced the most successful period in their history from, 2006 to 2010, where the club won five successive league titles, equalling the all-time record,[3] by adding three Italian Cups, three Italian Supercups, one UEFA Champions League and one FIFA Club World Cup. During the 2009–10, Inter become the first Italian team to win the Treble and only the second team to win five trophies in a calendaric year, in 2010.

Since playing their first competitive match, more than 900 players have appeared in competitive first-team matches for the club, some of whom have played between 25 and 99 matches (including substitute appearances). Ronaldo, who than was signed by Inter for a then world record fee of $27 million, fell one short of 100 appearances for Inter Milan, due to various injuries during his Inter Milan career.[4] Maurizio Ganz and Mateo Kovačić played 98 matches in all competitions for Inter Milan.

As of 28 May 2017, more than 280 players have played between 25 and 99 competitive matches for the club.

List of players[edit]

Ricardo Quaresma made 32 appearances in two-and-half seasons.
Mario Balotelli played 86 matches and scored 28 goals.
Ricky Álvarez played for three seasons with Inter Milan.
Goran Pandev was one of the main protagonists during the Triplete season.
Giampaolo Pazzini made 60 appearances and scored 19 goals for Inter Milan.
Sulley Muntari played 97 matches and scored 7 goals.

Statistics correct as of match played 28 May 2017. List may be not complete

Table headers
  • Nationality – If a player played international football, the country or countries he played for are shown. Otherwise, the player's nationality is given as his country of birth.
  • Inter Milan career – The year of the player's first appearance for Inter Milan to the year of his last appearance.
  • Starts – The number of games started.
  • Sub – The number of games played as a substitute.
  • Total – The total number of games played, both as a starter and as a substitute.
Positions key
Pre-1960s Post-1960s
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full back DF Defender
HB Half back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
U Utility player1
List of Inter Milan players with between 25 and 99 appearances
Name Nationality Position Inter Mian
career
Starts Subs Total Goals Ref(s)
Appearances
Giovanni Capra  Italy MF 1909–1911 ? ? 25 12 [5]
Alfredo Zoller   Switzerland DF 1909–1911 ? ? 28 0 [6]
Carlo Payer  Italy MF 1909–1912 ? ? 50 8 [7]
Ernest Peterly   Switzerland MF 1909–1914 ? ? 55 30 [8]
Virgilio Fossati  Italy DF 1909–1915 ? ? 97 4 [9]
Oreste Viganò  Italy DF 1910–1922 ? ? 43 0 [10]
Paolo Scheidler  Italy MF 1911–1915, 1919–1923 ? ? 92 16 [11]
Franco Bontadini  Italy MF 1911–1920 ? ? 47 28 [12]
Giuseppe Asti  Italy MF 1914–1920, 1922–1923 ? ? 48 17 [13]
Gustavo Francesconi  Italy DF 1919–1920, 1923–1925 ? ? 62 0 [14]
Alessandro Beltrame  Italy DF 1919–1926 ? ? 54 0 [15]
Delfo Bellini  Italy FW 1925–1927 ? ? 48 1 [16]
Piero Antona  Italy FW 1935–1939 ? ? 55 2 [17]
Duilio Setti  Italy DF 1937–1941 ? ? 85 0 [18]
Orlando Sain  Italy GK 1938–1939, 1940–1941 ? ? 28 0 [19]
Umberto Guarnieri  Italy FW 1938–1942 ? ? 60 29 [20]
Giorgio Barsanti  Italy FW 1938–1941, 1945–1946 ? ? 59 15 [21]
Camillo Girotti  Italy DF 1938–1939, 1940–1943, 1945–1946 ? ? 48 0 [22]
Ivano Blason  Italy DF 1950–1954 ? ? 85 5 [23]
Bruno Padulazzi  Italy DF 1950–1955 ? ? 95 1 [24]
Pietro Broccini  Italy MF 1951–1954 ? ? 33 14 [25]
Ottavio Bugatti  Italy GK 1961–1965 ? ? 33 0 [26]
Lorenzo Bettini  Italy FW 1961–1962 ? ? 26 10 [27]
Renato Cappellini  Italy FW 1963–1968 ? ? 65 22 [28]
Saul Malatrasi  Italy DF 1964–1966 ? ? 33 0 [29]
Sergio Gori  Italy FW 1964–1966, 1968–1969 ? ? 29 6 [30]
Giancarlo Cella  Italy DF 1968–1971 ? ? 59 1 [31]
Mario Frustalupi  Italy MF 1970, 1971–1972 ? ? 36 3 [32]
Mario Frustalupi  Italy MF 1970–1972 ? ? 54 3 [33]
Bernardino Fabbian  Italy MF 1970–1973 ? ? 29 0 [34]
Claudio Ambu  Italy FW 1977, 1979–1981 ? ? 42 4 [35]
Franco Pancheri  Italy DF 1979–1981 ? ? 43 1 [36]
Domenico Caso  Italy MF 1979–1981 ? ? 76 4 [37]
Roberto Mozzini  Italy DF 1979–1981 ? ? 59 1 [38]
Herbert Prohaska  Austria MF 1980–1982 ? ? 81 11 [39]
Klaus Bachlechner  Italy DF 1981–1982 ? ? 31 0 [40]
Giancarlo Centi  Italy MF 1981–1982 ? ? 34 1 [41]
Fausto Pizzi  Italy MF 1985–1986, 1990–1992 ? ? 55 6 [42]
Daniel Passarella  Argentina DF 1986–1988 ? ? 73 15 [43]
Corrado Verdelli  Italy DF 1986–1990 ? ? 57 0 [44]
Salvatore Nobile  Italy DF 1987–1988 ? ? 38 0 [45]
Dario Morello  Italy MF 1987–1990 ? ? 44 5 [46]
Ramón Díaz  Argentina FW 1988–1989 ? ? 43 15 [47]
Paolo Stringara  Italy MF 1990–1991 ? ? 29 1 [48]
Darko Pančev  North Macedonia FW 1992–1994, 1994–1995 ? ? 29 10 [49]
Igor Shalimov  Russia MF 1992–1994 ? ? 67 14 [50]
Paolo Tramezzani  Italy DF 1992–1994 ? ? 34 0 [51]
Salvatore Schillaci  Italy FW 1992–1994 ? ? 36 12 [52]
Dennis Bergkamp  Netherlands MF 1993–1995 ? ? 72 22 [53]
Wim Jonk  Netherlands MF 1993–1995 ? ? 67 13 [54]
Francesco Dell'Anno  Italy MF 1993–1996 ? ? 53 1 [55]
Gianluca Festa  Italy DF 1993–1997 ? ? 88 4 [56]
Pierluigi Orlandini  Italy MF 1994–1996 ? ? 39 6 [57]
Benito Carbone  Italy MF 1995–1996 ? ? 43 4 [58]
Paul Ince  England MF 1995–1997 ? ? 73 13 [59]
Maurizio Ganz  Italy FW 1995–1997 ? ? 98 39 [60]
Alessandro Pistone  Italy FB 1995–1997 ? ? 60 1 [61]
Marco Branca  Italy FW 1995–1998 ? ? 70 25 [62]
Ciriaco Sforza   Switzerland MF 1996–1997 36 4 40 4 [63]
Jocelyn Angloma  France DF 1996–1997 41 5 46 3 [64]
Fabio Galante  Italy DF 1996–1999 83 5 88 3 [65]
Luigi Sartor  Italy DF 1997–1998 37 1 38 1 [66]
Diego Simeone  Argentina MF 1997–1999 79 6 85 14 [67]
Zé Elias  Brazil MF 1997–1999 32 21 53 4 [68]
Taribo West  Nigeria MF 1997–1999 60 5 65 2 [69]
Ronaldo  Brazil FW 1997–2002 85 14 99 59 [70]
Paulo Sousa  Portugal MF 1998–2000 35 0 40 0 [71]
Andrea Pirlo  Italy MF 1998–1999, 2000–2001 11 29 40 0 [72]
Sébastien Frey  France GK 1998–1999, 2000–2001 45 2 47 0 [73]
Nicola Ventola  Italy FW 1998–1999, 2000–2005 41 23 64 21 [74]
Laurent Blanc  France DF 1999–2001 74 0 74 6 [75]
Vladimir Jugović  Yugoslavia MF 1999–2001 37 12 49 3 [76]
Dario Šimić  Croatia DF 1999–2002 75 22 97 4 [77]
Clarence Seedorf  Netherlands MF 1999–2002 66 27 93 14 [78]
Hakan Şükür  Turkey FW 2000–2001 27 7 34 6 [79]
Javier Farinós  Spain MF 2000–2002, 2003-2004 52 24 76 3 [80]
Giovanni Pasquale  Italy DF 2003–2005 41 16 57 0 [81]
Giorgos Karagounis  Greece MF 2003–2005 17 10 36 0 [82]
Andy van der Meyde  Netherlands FW 2003–2005 38 16 54 4 [83]
Kily González  Argentina FW 2003–2006 52 23 75 0 [84]
Giuseppe Favalli  Italy DF 2004–2006 63 5 68 0 [85]
José Marcelo Ferreira  Brazil MF 2004–2006 27 22 49 1 [86]
Juan Sebastián Verón  Argentina MF 2004–2006 60 14 74 4 [87]
Siniša Mihajlović  Serbia MF 2004–2006 28 14 42 7 [88]
David Pizarro  Chile MF 2005–2006 26 14 40 3 [89]
Marco Andreolli  Italy MF 2005–2007, 2013–2015, 2016–2017 31 8 39 3 [90]
Santiago Solari  Argentina MF 2005–2008 47 24 71 7 [91]
Fabio Grosso  Italy DF 2006–2007 17 18 35 3 [92]
César Aparecido Rodrigues  Brazil MF 2006–2008 22 14 36 3 [93]
Olivier Dacourt  France MF 2006–2009 29 22 51 0 [94]
Patrick Vieira  France MF 2006–2010 58 32 90 9 [95]
Luis Antonio Jiménez  Chile MF 2007–2009 13 17 30 4 [96]
Mario Balotelli  Italy FW 2007–2010 46 40 86 28 [97]
Nelson Rivas  Colombia DF 2007–2011 14 14 28 0 [98]
David Suazo  Honduras FW 2007–2011 15 25 40 8 [99]
Jonathan Biabiany  France U 2006–2007, 2010-2011, 2015–2017 27 23 50 2 [100]
Amantino Mancini  Brazil MF 2008–2010 16 20 36 2 [101]
Ricardo Quaresma  Portugal MF 2008–2010 13 19 32 1 [102]
Sulley Muntari  Ghana MF 2008–2012 63 34 97 7 [103]
Thiago Motta  Italy MF 2009–2011 67 16 83 12 [104]
Davide Santon  Italy DF 2008–2011, 2015-present 72 23 95 0 [105]
Goran Pandev  North Macedonia FW 2010–2011 47 22 69 8 [106]
Philippe Coutinho  Brazil MF 2010–2013 25 22 47 5 [107]
Mcdonald Mariga  Kenya MF 2010–2014 8 28 36 2 [108]
Luca Castellazzi  Italy GK 2010–2014 31 5 36 0 [109]
Joel Obi  Nigeria MF 2010–2015 41 30 71 3 [110]
Giampaolo Pazzini  Italy FW 2011–2012 41 19 60 19 [111]
Mauro Zárate  Argentina FW 2011–2012 15 16 31 3 [112]
Jonathan Moreira  Brazil DF 2011–2015 61 5 66 6 [113]
Ricky Álvarez  Argentina MF 2011–2015 60 30 90 14 [114]
Antonio Cassano  Italy FW 2012–2013 32 7 39 10 [115]
Walter Gargano  Uruguay MF 2012–2013 29 7 36 0 [116]
Álvaro Pereira  Uruguay DF 2012–2014 35 12 47 1 [117]
Juan Pablo Carrizo  Argentina GK 2013–2017 24 3 27 0 [118]
Rolando  Portugal DF 2013–2014 28 1 29 4 [119]
Zdravko Kuzmanović  Serbia MF 2013–2015 40 15 55 1 [120]
Saphir Taïder  Algeria DF 2013–2015 14 12 26 2 [121]
Hugo Campagnaro  Argentina DF 2013–2015 34 5 39 0 [122]
Mateo Kovačić  Croatia MF 2013–2015 64 34 98 8 [123]
Hernanes  Brazil MF 2014–2015 39 13 52 7 [124]
Nemanja Vidić  Serbia DF 2014–2016 27 1 28 1 [125]
Adem Ljajić  Serbia FW 2015–2016 19 10 29 4 [126]
Felipe Melo  Brazil MF 2015–2017 27 11 38 1 [127]
Marcelo Brozovic  Croatia MF 2015–present 65 14 79 14 [128]
Jeison Murillo  Colombia DF 2015–2017 63 6 69 3 [129]
Miranda  Brazil DF 2015–present 69 1 70 1 [130]
Geoffrey Kondogbia  France MF 2015–2017 50 6 56 2 [131]
Stevan Jovetić  Montenegro FW 2015–2017 20 13 33 7 [132]
Ivan Perišić  Croatia U 2015–present 61 18 79 20 [133]
Éder  Italy FW 2016–present 28 27 55 11 [134]
Cristian Ansaldi  Argentina DF 2016–2017 20 6 26 0 [135]
Éver Banega  Argentina MF 2016–2017 24 9 33 6 [136]
Antonio Candreva  Italy U 2016–present 41 4 45 8 [137]
João Mário  Portugal MF 2016–present 21 11 32 3 [138]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  • ^ A utility player is one who is considered to play in more than one position.

References[edit]

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