List of Inter Milan seasons

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This is a list of seasons played by Inter Milan in Italian and European football. It details the club's achievements in major competitions, managers, and top league goalscorers for each season.

Key[edit]

Winner Runners-up Third place Top goalscorer in Serie A

Seasons[edit]

Season League 1 Coppa
Italia
2
UEFA
Continental

FIFA
Supercoppa Italiana 3 Manager Top goalscorer 4
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1908–09 Campionato Federale di Prima Categoria/Lombardia 2 0 0 2 2 5 0 3rd N/A Italy Virgilio Fossati Brazil Achille Gama
Switzerland Bernard Schuler
1
1909–10 Prima Categoria 16 12 1 3 55 26 25 1st N/A Italy Virgilio Fossati Switzerland Ernest Peterly 25
1910–11 Prima Categoria 16 6 1 9 24 31 13 6th N/A Italy Virgilio Fossati
1911–12 Prima Categoria 18 10 1 7 42 22 21 4th N/A Italy Virgilio Fossati
1912–13 Prima Categoria 10 6 0 4 24 14 12 3rd N/A Italy Virgilio Fossati
1913–14 Prima Categoria 28 19 4 5 113 41 42 3rd N/A Italy Virgilio Fossati Italy Luigi Cevenini 37
1914–15 Prima Categoria 21 15 2 4 98 22 32 3rd N/A Italy Virgilio Fossati Italy Emilio Agradi 31
No competitive football was played between 1915–1919 due to the First World War
1919–20 Prima Categoria 23 17 5 1 84 28 37 1st N/A Italy Francesco Mauro
Italy Nino Resegotti
Italy Luigi Cevenini 23
1920–21 Prima Categoria/A 22 13 5 4 81 29 31 3rd N/A Technical Commission Italy Luigi Cevenini 31
1921–22 Prima Divisione (C.C.I.)/B 22 3 5 14 29 66 11 12th N/A N/A Technical Commission Italy Ermanno Aebi 6
1922–23 Prima Divisione/A 22 8 5 9 33 37 21 7th N/A England Bob Spottiswood Italy Leopoldo Conti 10
1923–24 Prima Divisione/A 22 11 5 6 31 25 27 3rd N/A England Bob Spottiswood Italy Leopoldo Conti 8
1924–25 Prima Divisione/A 22 12 1 9 44 37 25 4th N/A Italy Paolo Scheidler Italy Luigi Cevenini 12
1925–26 Prima Divisione 22 10 5 7 44 38 25 5th N/A Italy Paolo Scheidler Italy Leopoldo Conti 13
1926–27 Divisione Nazionale 28 15 5 8 62 38 35 5th R3 N/A Hungary Árpád Weisz Austria Anton Powolny 22
1927–28 Divisione Nazionale 34 14 7 13 67 69 35 7th N/A Hungary Árpád Weisz Italy Fulvio Bernardini 17
1928–29 Divisione Nazionale/B 30 17 3 10 95 38 37 6th N/A Hungary József Viola Italy Giuseppe Meazza 33
1929–30 Serie A 34 22 6 6 85 38 50 1st MIT SF Hungary Árpád Weisz Italy Giuseppe Meazza 31
1930–31 Serie A 34 15 8 11 60 45 38 5th N/A Hungary Árpád Weisz Italy Giuseppe Meazza 24
1931–32 Serie A 34 15 8 11 67 52 38 6th N/A Hungary István Tóth
1932–33 Serie A 34 19 8 7 80 53 46 2nd MIT Runner-up Hungary Árpád Weisz
1933–34 Serie A 34 20 9 5 66 24 49 2nd MIT R1 Hungary} Árpád Weisz Italy Giuseppe Meazza 21
1934–35 Serie A 30 15 12 3 58 24 42 2nd MIT R1 Hungary Gyula Feldmann
1935–36 Serie A 30 14 8 8 61 34 36 4th R16 MIT SF Hungary Gyula Feldmann
Italy Albino Carraro
Italy Giuseppe Meazza 25
1936–37 Serie A 30 9 13 8 43 35 31 7th SF N/A Italy Armando Castellazzi
1937–38 Serie A 30 16 9 5 57 28 41 1st SF MIT QF Italy Armando Castellazzi Italy Giuseppe Meazza 20
1938–39 Serie A 30 14 9 7 55 37 37 3rd Champions MIT QF Austria Tony Cargnelli Italy Annibale Frossi
Italy Pietro Ferraris
10
1939–40 Serie A 30 20 4 6 56 23 44 1st R32 N/A Austria Tony Cargnelli Italy Umberto Guarnieri 15
1940–41 Serie A 30 14 7 9 52 42 35 2nd R16 N/A Italy Giuseppe Peruchetti
Italy Italo Zamberletti
1941–42 Serie A 30 7 12 11 31 47 26 12th R16 N/A Italy Ivo Fiorentini
Hungary Ferenc Molnár
1942–43 Serie A 30 15 4 11 53 38 34 4th R16 N/A Italy Giovanni Ferrari
No competitive football was played between 1944 and 1945 due to the Second World War
1945–46 Serie A-B 40 23 7 10 72 37 53 4th N/A Italy Carlo Carcano Italy Enrico Candiani 6
1946–47 Serie A 38 13 10 15 59 54 36 10th N/A Italy Carlo Carcano
Italy Giuseppe Meazza
Italy Nino Nutrizio
Italy Cosimo Muci 16
1947–48 Serie A 40 16 5 19 67 60 37 12th N/A Italy Giuseppe Meazza
Italy Carlo Carcano
Wales Dai Astley
Italy Bruno Quaresima 16
1948–49 Serie A 38 22 11 5 85 39 55 2nd N/A Wales Dai Astley
Italy Giulio Cappelli
Hungary István Nyers 26
1949–50 Serie A 38 21 7 10 99 60 49 3rd N/A Italy Giulio Cappelli Hungary István Nyers 30
1950–51 Serie A 38 27 5 6 107 43 59 2nd N/A Italy Aldo Olivieri Hungary István Nyers 31
1951–52 Serie A 38 21 7 10 86 49 49 3rd N/A Italy Aldo Olivieri Hungary István Nyers 23
1952–53 Serie A 34 19 9 6 46 24 47 1st N/A Italy Alfredo Foni Hungary István Nyers 15
1953–54 Serie A 34 20 11 3 67 32 51 1st N/A Italy Alfredo Foni Italy Gino Armano 13
1954–55 Serie A 34 13 10 11 55 49 36 8th N/A Italy Alfredo Foni Italy Gino Armano 14
1955–56 Serie A 34 16 7 11 57 36 39 3rd ICFC GS Italy Aldo Campatelli
Italy Giuseppe Meazza
Italy Benito Lorenzi
Sweden Lennart Skoglund
10
1956–57 Serie A 34 11 13 10 53 45 35 5th ICFC GS Italy Annibale Frossi
Italy Luigi Ferrero
Italy Giuseppe Meazza
Argentina Oscar Massei 10
1957–58 Serie A 34 10 12 12 36 36 32 11th GS ICFC GS England Jesse Carver Italy Argentina Antonio Angelillo 16
1958–59 Serie A 34 20 6 8 77 41 46 3rd Runner-up ICFC QF Italy Giuseppe Bigogno
Italy Aldo Campatelli
Italy Argentina Antonio Angelillo 33
1959–60 Serie A 34 14 12 8 55 43 40 4th QF ICFC QF Italy Aldo Campatelli
Italy Camillo Achilli
Italy Giulio Cappelli
Italy Eddie Firmani 12
1960–61 Serie A 34 18 8 8 73 39 44 3rd QF ICFC SF Argentina Helenio Herrera Italy Eddie Firmani 16
1961–62 Serie A 34 19 10 5 59 31 48 2nd R16 ICFC QF Argentina Helenio Herrera England Gerry Hitchens 16
1962–63 Serie A 34 19 11 4 56 20 49 1st R16 N/A Argentina Helenio Herrera Italy Beniamino Di Giacomo 11
1963–64 Serie A 34 23 8 3 54 21 54 2nd QF EC Champions Argentina Helenio Herrera Brazil Jair da Costa 12
1964–65 Serie A 34 22 10 2 68 29 54 1st Runner-up EC Champions
IC Champions
Argentina Helenio Herrera Italy Sandro Mazzola 17
1965–66 Serie A 34 20 10 4 70 28 50 1st SF EC SF
IC Champions
Argentina Helenio Herrera Italy Sandro Mazzola 19
1966–67 Serie A 34 19 10 5 59 22 48 2nd SF EC Runner-up Argentina Helenio Herrera Italy Sandro Mazzola 17
1967–68 Serie A 30 13 7 10 46 34 33 5th Third place N/A Argentina Helenio Herrera Italy Angelo Domenghini 11
1968–69 Serie A 30 14 8 8 55 26 36 4th GS N/A Italy Alfredo Foni Italy Mario Bertini 11
1969–70 Serie A 30 16 9 5 41 19 41 2nd QF ICFC SF Paraguay Heriberto Herrera Italy Roberto Boninsegna 13
1970–71 Serie A 30 19 8 3 50 26 46 1st GS ICFC R1 Paraguay Heriberto Herrera
Italy Giovanni Invernizzi
Italy Roberto Boninsegna 24
1971–72 Serie A 30 13 10 7 49 28 36 5th SF EC Runner-up Italy Giovanni Invernizzi Italy Roberto Boninsegna 22
1972–73 Serie A 30 15 7 8 32 23 37 5th SF UC R3 Italy Giovanni Invernizzi
Italy Enea Masiero
Italy Roberto Boninsegna 12
1973–74 Serie A 30 12 11 7 47 33 35 4th SF UC R1 Argentina Helenio Herrera
Italy Enea Masiero
Italy Roberto Boninsegna 23
1974–75 Serie A 30 10 10 10 26 26 30 9th SF UC R2 Spain Luis Suárez Italy Roberto Boninsegna 9
1975–76 Serie A 30 14 9 7 36 28 37 4th SF N/A Italy Giuseppe Chiappella Italy Roberto Boninsegna 10
1976–77 Serie A 30 10 13 7 34 27 33 4th Runner-up UC R1 Italy Giuseppe Chiappella Italy Carlo Muraro 9
1977–78 Serie A 30 13 10 7 35 24 36 5th Champions UC R1 Italy Eugenio Bersellini Italy Alessandro Altobelli 10
1978–79 Serie A 30 10 16 4 38 24 36 4th QF CWC QF Italy Eugenio Bersellini Italy Alessandro Altobelli
Italy Carlo Muraro
11
1979–80 Serie A 30 14 13 3 44 25 41 1st QF UC R2 Italy Eugenio Bersellini Italy Alessandro Altobelli 15
1980–81 Serie A 30 14 8 8 41 24 36 4th GS EC SF Italy Eugenio Bersellini Italy Alessandro Altobelli 12
1981–82 Serie A 30 11 13 6 39 34 35 5th Champions UC R2 Italy Eugenio Bersellini Italy Alessandro Altobelli 9
1982–83 Serie A 30 12 14 4 40 23 38 3rd SF CWC QF Italy Rino Marchesi Italy Alessandro Altobelli 15
1983–84 Serie A 30 12 11 7 37 23 35 4th GS UC R3 Italy Luigi Radice Italy Alessandro Altobelli 10
1984–85 Serie A 30 13 12 5 42 28 38 3rd SF UC SF Italy Ilario Castagner Italy Alessandro Altobelli 17
1985–86 Serie A 30 12 8 10 36 33 32 6th QF UC SF Italy Ilario Castagner
Italy Mario Corso
Germany Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 13
1986–87 Serie A 30 15 8 7 32 17 38 3rd QF UC QF Italy Giovanni Trapattoni Italy Alessandro Altobelli 11
1987–88 Serie A 30 11 10 9 42 35 32 5th SF UC R3 * Italy Giovanni Trapattoni Italy Alessandro Altobelli 9
1988–89 Serie A 34 26 6 2 67 19 58 1st GS UC R3 N/A Italy Giovanni Trapattoni Italy Aldo Serena 22
1989–90 Serie A 34 17 10 7 55 32 44 3rd QF EC R1 Champions Italy Giovanni Trapattoni Germany Jürgen Klinsmann 13
1990–91 Serie A 34 18 10 6 56 31 46 3rd R16 UC Champions N/A Italy Giovanni Trapattoni Germany Lothar Matthäus 16
1991–92 Serie A 34 10 17 7 28 28 37 8th QF UC R1 N/A Italy Corrado Orrico
Spain Luis Suárez
Germany Jürgen Klinsmann 7
1992–93 Serie A 34 17 12 5 59 36 46 2nd QF N/A N/A Italy Osvaldo Bagnoli Uruguay Rubén Sosa 20
1993–94 Serie A 34 11 9 14 46 45 31 13th QF UC Champions N/A Italy Osvaldo Bagnoli
Italy Gianpiero Marini
Uruguay Rubén Sosa 16
1994–95 Serie A 34 14 10 10 39 34 52 6th R32 UC R1 N/A Italy Ottavio Bianchi Uruguay Rubén Sosa 8
1995–96 Serie A 34 15 9 10 51 30 54 7th SF UC R1 N/A Italy Ottavio Bianchi
Spain Luis Suárez
England Roy Hodgson
Italy Marco Branca 17
1996–97 Serie A 34 15 14 5 51 35 59 3rd SF UC Runner-up N/A England Roy Hodgson
Italy Luciano Castellini
France Youri Djorkaeff 14
1997–98 Serie A 34 21 6 7 62 27 69 2nd QF UC Champions N/A Italy Luigi Simoni Brazil Ronaldo 25
1998–99 Serie A 34 13 7 14 59 54 46 8th SF CL QF N/A Italy Luigi Simoni
Romania Mircea Lucescu
Italy Luciano Castellini
England Roy Hodgson
Brazil Ronaldo 14
1999–2000 Serie A 34 17 7 10 58 36 58 4th Runner-up N/A N/A Italy Marcello Lippi Italy Christian Vieri 13
2000–01 Serie A 34 14 9 11 47 47 51 5th QF CL QR3
UC R4
Runner-up Italy Marcello Lippi
Italy Marco Tardelli
Italy Christian Vieri 18
2001–02 Serie A 34 20 9 5 62 35 69 3rd R16 UC SF N/A Argentina Héctor Cúper Italy Christian Vieri 22
2002–03 Serie A 34 19 8 7 64 38 65 2nd R16 CL SF N/A Argentina Héctor Cúper Italy Christian Vieri 24
2003–04 Serie A 34 17 8 9 59 37 59 4th SF CL GS
UC QF
N/A Argentina Héctor Cúper
Italy Alberto Zaccheroni
Italy Christian Vieri 13
2004–05 Serie A 38 18 18 2 65 37 72 3rd Champions CL QF N/A Italy Roberto Mancini Brazil Adriano 16
2005–06 Serie A 38 23 7 8 68 30 76 1st[1] Champions CL QF Champions Italy Roberto Mancini Argentina Julio Cruz 15
2006–07 Serie A 38 30 7 1 80 34 97 1st Runner-up CL R16 Champions Italy Roberto Mancini Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 15
2007–08 Serie A 38 25 10 3 69 26 85 1st Runner-up CL R16 Runner-up Italy Roberto Mancini Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 17
2008–09 Serie A 38 25 9 4 70 32 84 1st SF CL R16 Champions Portugal José Mourinho Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 25
2009–10 Serie A 38 24 10 4 75 34 82 1st Champions CL Champions Runner-up Portugal José Mourinho Argentina Diego Milito 22
2010–11 Serie A 38 23 7 8 65 24 76 2nd Champions USC Runner-up
CL QF
FCWC Champions
Champions Spain Rafael Benítez
Brazil Leonardo
Cameroon Samuel Eto'o 21
2011–12 Serie A 38 17 7 14 58 55 58 6th QF CL R16 Runner-up Italy Gian Piero Gasperini
Italy Claudio Ranieri
Italy Andrea Stramaccioni
Argentina Diego Milito 24
2012–13 Serie A 38 16 6 16 55 57 54 9th SF EL R16 N/A Italy Andrea Stramaccioni Argentina Rodrigo Palacio 12
2013–14 Serie A 38 15 15 8 62 39 60 5th R16 N/A N/A Italy Walter Mazzarri Argentina Rodrigo Palacio 17
2014–15 Serie A 38 14 13 11 59 48 55 8th QF EL R16 N/A Italy Walter Mazzarri
Italy Roberto Mancini
Argentina Mauro Icardi 22
2015–16 Serie A 38 20 7 11 50 38 67 4th SF N/A N/A Italy Roberto Mancini Argentina Mauro Icardi 16
2016–17 Serie A 38 19 5 14 72 49 62 7th QF EL GS N/A Netherlands Frank de Boer
Italy Stefano Vecchi
Italy Stefano Pioli
Argentina Mauro Icardi 24
2017–18 Serie A 38 20 12 6 65 29 72 4th QF N/A N/A Italy Luciano Spalletti Argentina Mauro Icardi 29
2018–19 Serie A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 QF CL GS N/A Italy Luciano Spalletti N/A N/A
  • 1.^ For details of league structure, see Italian football league system.
  • 2.^ The first edition was held in 1922, but the second champions were not crowned until 1936.
  • 3.^ ^ The first edition was held in 1988.
  • 4.^ Only league goals are counted. The Serie A Golden Boot known as Capocannoniere (plural: capocannonieri) is the award given to the highest goalscorer in Serie A.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ This title was awarded through the courts following the Calciopoli scandal.