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Inter Bratislava

Inter Bratislava is a football (soccer) club from Slovakia.

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About Inter Bratislava

FK Inter Bratislava is a Slovakia football (soccer) club, playing in the city of Bratislava.
FK Inter Bratislava merged with FK Senica on June 18, 2009. Players of Inter Bratislava had to move to other clubs. In season 2010/2011 has been renewed and will start in 5.league

History

Inter Bratislava was founded in 1940 by the Apollo refinery which was later renamed Slovnaft. Inter established itself as one of the strongest teams in the Czechoslovakian league a tradition which has been carried on into the independent state of Slovakia. In 1976, Inter sent one player to the triumphant 1976 European Football Championship winning side in the former Yugoslavia, Ladislav Jurkemik. In more recent time Inter was able to complete the Slovakian double by winning both cup and league championship in 2001.

Event timeline

- 1940 - Founded as ŠK Apollo Bratislava
- 1945 - Renamed TKNB Bratislava
- 1948 - Renamed Sokol SNB Bratislava
- 1952 - Renamed TJ Cervena Hviezda Bratislava (Red Star)
- 1959 - First European qualification, European Cup 1959-60
- 1962 - Merged with TJ Iskra Slovnaft Bratislava and TJ Slovnaft Bratislava
- 1965 - Renamed TJ Internacionál Slovnaft Bratislava
- 1986 - Merged with TJ ZTS Petrzalka and TJ Internacional Slovnaft ZTS Bratislava
- 1991 - Renamed AŠK Inter Slovnaft Bratislava
- 2004 - Renamed FK Inter Bratislava

Players





Notable players



- Peter Babnič
- Jozef Barmoš
- Karol Brezík
- Titus Buberník
- Dezider Cimra
- Juraj Czinege
- Marek Čech (Slovak footballer)
- Marián Čišovský
- Milan Dolinský
- Peter Dzúrik
- Kazimír Gajdoš
- Vratislav Greško
- Peter Fieber
- Juraj Halenár
- Arnošt Hložek
- Zsolt Hornyák
- Ladislav Hudec

- Miroslav Hýll
- Justín Javorek
- Ladislav Jurkemik
- Ladislav Kačáni
- Roman Kratochvíl
- Marek Krejčí
- Rolf Landerl
- Božin Laskov
- Alias Lembakoali
- Jozef Levický
- Ľubomír Luhový
- Štefan Matlák
- Michal Medviď
- Ladislav Molnár
- Pavol Molnár
- Peter Mráz
- Peter Németh

- Szilárd Németh
- Anton Obložinský
- Augustín Paulík
- Ladislav Pavlovič
- Ladislav Petráš
- Peter Petráš
- Attila Pinte
- Andrej Porázik
- Juraj Szikora
- Filip Šebo
- Marián Šuchančok
- Valér Švec
- Jiří Tichý
- Andriy Weiss
- Vladimír Weiss (footballer born 1939)
- Vladimír Weiss (footballer born 1964)
- Vladimír Weiss (footballer born 1989)
- Ľudovít Zlocha

Famous coaches

- Karol Borhy
- Jozef Bubenko
- Justín Javorek
- Ladislav Kačáni
- Jozef Marko
- Michal Vičan

Stadium

Stadium Pasienky is a multi-use stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia. It was used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of FK Inter Bratislava. The stadium holds 13,295 people.

Honours

- Corgoň Liga
- - Winners (2): Slovak Superliga 1999-00, Slovak Superliga 2000-01

- Slovakian Cup (Slovakian Cup)
- - Winners (6): 1984, 1988, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2001

- Czechoslovakian League (1945 - 1992)
- - Winners (1): 1959

- International Football Cup
- - Winners (2): 1963, 1964




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