1981–82 Inter Milan season

The 1981–82 Inter Milan season was Football Club Internazionale Milanos 73rd in existence and 66th consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football.

Internazionale 1981–82 football season
Internazionale
1981–82 season
Chairman Ernesto Pellegrini
Manager Eugenio Bersellini
Serie A 5th
Coppa Italia Winner
UEFA Cup Round of 32
Top goalscorer League: Alessandro Altobelli (9)
All: Alessandro Altobelli (21)
 1980–81
1982–83 
All statistics correct as of 20 May 1982.

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The 1981–82 season saw Inter win the Coppa Italia, the second in four years and the third overall.[1] The final opponent was Torino, which were beaten 1–0 in first leg and drew 1–1 in the second.[1] Inter showed some new faces, such as the young Giuseppe Bergomi and Riccardo Ferri (both born in 1963), Salvatore Bagni and Aldo Serena, who returned after several loans.[1]

Inter also reached the round of 32 in UEFA Cup – giving up in front of Dinamo Bucharest during overtime – and achieved fifth place in the domestic league, but the triumph in the Coppa Italia resulted in a qualification for the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup.[1]

Source: [2]

Date of birth and role are between brackets.

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
FW  ITA Alessandro Altobelli
DF  ITA Klaus Bachlechner
MF  ITA Salvatore Bagni
DF  ITA Giuseppe Baresi
MF  ITA Evaristo Beccalossi
DF  ITA Giuseppe Bergomi
DF  ITA Graziano Bini
GK  ITA Ivano Bordon
DF  ITA Nazzareno Canuti
DF  ITA Giancarlo Centi
GK  ITA Renato Cipollini
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW  ITA Claudio Fermanelli
DF  ITA Riccardo Ferri
DF  ITA Claudio Lombardo
MF  ITA Giampiero Marini
DF  ITA Gabriele Oriali
DF  ITA Giancarlo Pasinato
GK  ITA Angelo Pizzetti
MF  AUT Herbert Prohaska
MF  ITA Luigi Rocca
MF  ITA Aldo Serena

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