At the beginning of the century, Milan derbies did not exist. At that time there was only "Milan Cricket and Football Club" (now AC Milan). But on 9 March 1908, a group of rebels formed the "Football Club Internazionale Milano". The name of the club derives from the wish of its founding members to accept foreign players as well as Italians, hence the name Internazionale. Indeed, the first captain of the side is a Swiss player - Hernst Manktl. The club colours are gold, black and blue, a tradition which has been kept right up to the present day.
In 1910 Inter win the Italian league for the first time and the second title in 1920. To find out more about the Inter club history, you can take a walk through the Inter and AC Milan Museum (www.sansirotour.com) to admire Inter memorabilia, trophies and original shirts of many legendary "Nerazzurri" players.
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