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Brazilian Big12 series, Episode 7/12: Internacional

Previous episodes: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro
In this series I will present each of the 12 Brazilian teams that together compose the "Big 12". My point is to make them more knowledgeable to you, since each one of these teams have their share of the Brazil national team success and of Brazilian club football accomplishments as a whole. I'll try to be as smooth, efficient and non-boring as I can. If the feedback is positive, I'll keep bringing more to this series. So ok, let's do this!
Method: I'll present the teams in a chronological order, from the oldest foundation (Flamengo-1895) to the latest one (São Paulo-1930). The order will be: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos, Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, São Paulo. How many of these have you heard of?
Extra clubs: Due to a high number of requests, I'll also present 3 teams who don't belong to the Big12, but are also considered big clubs in Brazil: Bahia, Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba. Welcome to the club!
Geographical reference: Before we start, I'd like to ask something very simple from you. I want you to keep in mind that these 12 teams are spread in 4 different States in Brazil. The club's State name is written below, next to the club's name. It has a direct link to Google Maps, so that you can check it out to make this experience more accurate.

Episode 7/12: Internacional (State: Rio Grande do Sul), founded in 1909

State rival: Grêmio

Stadium: Beira-Rio (New) / (Old)

Mascot: Saci

Major achievements: 1 Club World Cup (2006), 2 Copa Libertadores (2006, 2010), 3 Brazilian Leagues (1975, 1976, 1979), 1 Copa do Brasil (1992), 1 Copa Sudamericana (2008)

State League titles: 45 (Against Grêmio's 38)

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The first decades
Internacional was founded in 1909 by a Brazilian journalist and his brothers, who wanted to integrate different nationalities into a club, in a time when non-German descendants had a hard time finding a club. In that time, there wasn't a National League yet - due to the country's bigness and weak infrastructure -, so the teams would play in their State Leagues until 1959. Until then, Internacional won 15 State Leagues (their rival Grêmio, 9), with notably 8 titles in the 1940s by the "Steamroller" team. What probably helped Internacional in this period was the acceptance of black players since 1928, while it took Grêmio until 1952 to do so.
Falcão and the Golden Era: 1969-1979
After a difficult 1960s decade due to the construction of the Beira-Rio stadium (though getting 2 National League runner-up spots in 1967 and 1968), Internacional was ready to shine, beginning with their new stadium inauguration in 1969.
In this 11-year period, the club won 9 State Leagues and 3 Brazilian Leagues (1975, 1976, 1979), with a notable Invincible title in 1979.
In the 9 State League titles campaigns, Internacional performed overall with 125W-29D-3L, or 89% of the points. In the 3 National Leagues titles campaigns, they managed a record of 54W-16D-6L, or 82% of the points.
In the 1975-76 back-to-back Brazilian League titles, Internacional was led by the world-class players Figueroa and Falcão, and also names like Manga, Carpegiani, Valdomiro and Lula, all of them elected to the League's Best XI, and also with at least 10 caps for the Brazilian NT (in Figueroa's case, the Chilean NT).
In 1975, after three group stages, Internacional met in the semi-finals the crazy Fluminense of Rivellino, Carlos Alberto Torres and PC Caju. Playing at the Maracanã, Internacional won 2-0, with two stunning goals after two brilliant assists (52s video). In the big final against Cruzeiro, at home, Internacional beat them 1-0, with a very solid match by their GK Manga, and an interesting goal by Figueroa: the sun shone at his exact spot at the moment of the goal, being therefore called The Enlightened goal. Flávio, from Internacional, was the league topscorer, with 16 goals.
In 1976, after winning a record 8-consecutive State League titles and being knocked off of the Copa Libertadores by Cruzeiro (in a crazy 4-5 defeat), Internacional would meet Atlético Mineiro in the semis of the Brazilian League. The opponents opened the score, but Batista tied it with a nice shot from the outside of the area at '28. At '91, Falcão scored the winning goal, after an amazing one-two with the head with teammate Escurinho, from the outside of the area until the back of the net. Internacional would then play against Corinthians in the big final, who had defeated Fluminense in the other semis. Without problems, Internacional beat them 2-0, with goals from Dario and Valdomiro, to be crowned Brazilian champions for the 2nd time in a row - with Figueroa winning the league Golden Ball, and Dario being the topscorer with 28 goals.
Invincibles 1979: the team that never lost
For the first time in the modern era (post-1971) of the Brazilian League, and an unique feat until today, a team was able to win the league undefeated. Internacional 1979 played 23 matches, with 16 wins and 7 draws. It wasn't the same brilliant team from 1975-76, but they still counted with their star player Falcão, aged 26, and a very strong roster. After three group stages, they faced the Palmeiras of Telê Santana in the semis, national champions twice in the 1970s. In the 1st leg in São Paulo, Palmeiras opened the score, but Jair equalized. Palmeiras scored again at '55, but Falcão's star shone brighter as he equalized from a header, before scoring the winning goal at '70, ending the match with a 3-2. In the 2nd leg, at home, a 1-1 tie guaranteed Internacional in the big final of the league, against Roberto Dinamite's Vasco.
Without Falcão for the final's 1st leg away, at the Maracanã, Internacional still managed to win the match 2-0, with both goals from Chico Spina: one in the 1st half, and the other in the 2nd half. In the 2nd leg, at home, Internacional opened the score with Jair, and Falcão scored the 2nd goal, before Vasco scored once and the match ended with a 2-1 win for Internacional, who won their 3rd league title in the decade. Falcão, like in 1978, was elected the tournament's best player, winning the Golden Ball.
1980s: the Silver Era
In the 1980s, Internacional finished 2nd in the 1980 Copa Libertadores, 1987 and 1988 Brazilian Leagues.
In 1980, Falcão's last season before moving to Italy to become King of Rome, Internacional reached the Copa Libertadores final, after topping their two group stages. After a tie at home in the final's 1st leg, they lost 0-1 to Nacional, in Montevideo, Uruguay.
In 1987, they lost the national league final to Flamengo (1-1 and 0-1), and in 1988, to Bahia (1-2 and 0-0).
Internacional main team also represented Brazil in the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, losing in the final to France (0-2).
However, Internacional was able to win a friendly tournament in Spain, the Juan Gamper 1982 Trophy. After beating Maradona's Barcelona in the Camp Nou (0,0; PK: 4-1), they beat Manchester City 3-1 in the final, becoming the first and only non-European team to win the trophy. Internacional also won four consecutive state league titles (1981-84).
The 1992 Copa do Brasil
In 1989, the Copa do Brasil was created, and it took 4 seasons for Internacional to win their only national cup, in 1992. They beat Muniz Freire (3-1, 5-0), Corinthians (4-0, 0-0), Grêmio (1-1, 1-1, PK 3-0), Palmeiras (2-0, 2-1) and Fluminense (1-2, 1-0) before being crowned champions. Highlights to the final's 2nd leg, when they scored the trophy-winning goal at '88 from a penalty kick, after missing this absurd opportunity.
Later in the 90s, they reached the semi-finals of the 1997 Brasileirão and of the 1999 Copa do Brasil. However, at the end of the 1999 season, Internacional escaped from relegation in the last league round, with a goal from their idol Dunga, against Palmeiras, at home. Internacional also won 4 state league titles in the 1990s.
2006-2011: International Glory - the 2nd Golden Era
Inter invested in their youth system at the turn of the century, providing the football world with names like Lúcio, Fábio Rochemback, Daniel Carvalho, Nilmar, Alexandre Pato and Rafael Sóbis, with some of them participating in the club's golden era.
After 4 consecutive state league titles in the early 2000s, and also reaching the Copa Sudamericana SF and QF in 2004 and 2005, Internacional was getting close to win a major title. In the 2005 Brazilian League, they finished 2nd, in one of the most controversial scandals of the history of the tournament, with the discovery of 11 matches fixed in Kia Joorabchian's MSI/Corinthians favor. Even if all the matches were played again, Internacional was immensely damaged by a referee in their decisive match against Corinthians, when this criminal penalty was not awarded to Internacional and the forward was sent off for simulation. Internacional finished 2nd, behind Corinthians, and had to content themselves with a Copa Libertadores spot.
Between 2006 and 2011, Internacional won 2 Copa Libertadores, 1 Club World Cup, 1 Copa Sudamericana and 2 Recopa Sudamericana - 6 international trophies. They also finished 2nd in 2 Brazilian Leagues, 1 Copa do Brasil and 1 Recopa Sudamericana.
The 2006 Copa Libertadores and Club World Cup dream
In 2006, Internacional won the Copa Libertadores and the Club World Cup, after beating São Paulo (2-1, 2-2) and Barcelona (1-0) in the finals.
Tournament Round Match Goals
2006 Libertadores GS 1-1 Maracaibo (VEN) Ceará
2006 Libertadores GS 3-0 Nacional (URU) Michel, Fernandão, R. Cardoso
2006 Libertadores GS 2-1 Pumas (MEX) Fernandão, Rentería
2006 Libertadores GS 3-2 Pumas (MEX) Michel, Fernandão, Adriano
2006 Libertadores GS 0-0 Nacional (URU) -
2006 Libertadores GS 4-0 Maracaibo (VEN) Adriano Gabiru, Bolívar, Michel, Rentería
2006 Libertadores Ro16 2-1 Nacional (URU) Jorge Wagner, Rentería
2006 Libertadores Ro16 0-0 Nacional (URU) -
2006 Libertadores QF 1-2 LDU (ECU) Jorge Wagner
2006 Libertadores QF 2-0 LDU (ECU) Rafael Sóbis, Rentería
2006 Libertadores SF 0-0 Libertad (PAR) -
2006 Libertadores SF 2-0 Libertad (PAR) Alex, Fernandão
2006 Libertadores Final 2-1 São Paulo Rafael Sóbis (2x)
2006 Libertadores Final 2-2 São Paulo Fernandão, Tinga
2006 Club World Cup SF 2-1 Al-Ahly (EGY) Pato, Luiz Adriano
2006 Club World Cup Final 1-0 Barcelona (SPA) Adriano Gabiru
In the continental campaign, they topped their group stage with 4W-2D, placing 2nd overall in the cup. Highlights to their 2 comeback victories against Pumas (Mexico), and to Rubens Cardoso difficult goal against Nacional (Uruguay).
In the ro16, Inter made a 2-1 comeback against Nacional, in Uruguay, with goals from Jorge Wagner in the 1st half, and this painting of a goal from Rentería. At home, a 0-0 draw qualified Inter to the quarter-finals, even though Nacional (Uruguay) had 2 goals wrongly disallowed.
In the quarter-finals, Inter lost the 1st leg 1-2 in Ecuador, to LDU. At home, Rafael Sóbis opened the score at '51 and Rentería scored this beautiful goal at '86 to put Inter in the semis.
In the semi-finals, Inter held a 0-0 tie in Paraguay against Libertad, with an incredible ball hitting the post, the back of Internacional GK and then going out at '86. At home, Inter opened the score with Alex and closed the 2-0 score with a goal from Fernandão.
In the big final, against current champions São Paulo, Inter played the 1st leg away and opened the score at '54 with Rafael Sóbis, who also scored the 2nd goal at '62, helping his team to leave with a 2-1 advantage for the 2nd leg at home. Fernandão opened the score at '29, after a huge mistake by legendary GK Rogério Ceni. São Paulo tied at '50, but Tinga scored at '70 and was sent off for taking his shirt off. São Paulo tied again at '85, and almost scored the trophy goal at '90. The match ended 2-2 at '93, and Internacional were crowned continental champions for the first time, thus qualifying to the Club World Cup in Japan.
2006 Club World Cup - dream victory against Barcelona's Ronaldinho
After beating Al-Ahly (Egypt) in the semis, with goals from the upcoming talent Alexandre Pato at '23 and Luiz Adriano at '71, Internacional would face the Barcelona of Ronaldinho in the final, undefeated champions of Europe.
It would be a very climatic final, due to the fact that Ronaldinho was revealed to football by Internacional's archrival Grêmio, which was also the club he supported since he was a kid. The GreNal rivalry (Grêmio vs. Internacional, one of the fiercest in South America) around this match was intense, not only because of Dinho, but also because Grêmio were the only club world champions of the state, since their 1983 title.
In a very open game, with a few real chances from Barcelona, Internacional defense were very solid. At minute 82, Iarley performed a nice nutmeg in Puyol and passed to Adriano Gabiru, who scored the only goal of the match, that would crown Internacional Club World champions. Two minutes later, Inter GK Clemer saved this dangerous shot from Deco. At '93, the match was over, and the world turned red.
Internacional - 1 Barcelona - 0
1. Clemer 1. Victor Valdés
2. Ceará 11. Zambrotta (Belletti)
3. Índio 4. Rafa Márquez
4. Fabiano Eller 5. Puyol (c)
15. Rubens Cardoso 12. Bronckhorst
8. Edinho 3. Thiago Motta (Xavi)
5. Wellington Monteiro 24. Iniesta
7. Alex (Vargas) 20. Deco
9. Fernandão (c) (Adriano Gabiru) 8. Giuly
10. Iarley 10. Ronaldinho
11. Pato (Luiz Adriano) 7. Gudjohnsen (Ezquerro)
Abel Braga Frank Rijkaard
Internacional ended the magical 2006 season finishing 2nd in the Brazilian League, and posteriorly won the International Treble in 2007, with the 2007 Recopa Sudamericana victory against Pachuca (Mexico) (1-2, 4-0).
2008: Copa Sudamericana
In 2008, led by Tite (coach), Alex, Nilmar and D'Alessandro, Internacional won the Copa Sudamericana (Southamerican version of the Europa League) undefeated (5W-5D). They beat on the way to the title: Grêmio (1-1, 2-2), Universidad Católica (Chile) (1-1, 0-0), Boca Juniors (Argentina) (2-0, 2-1), Chivas (Mexico) (2-0, 4-0) and Estudiantes (Argentina) (1-0, 1-1).
Highlights to their 85th minute tie-goal in Chile in the ro16 under a crazy fog, their 2-1 quarter-final victory in La Bombonera against Riquelme's Boca Juniors, and their crazy title-winning goal against Veron's Estudiantes, at home, in extra time, by Nilmar.
However, in 2009, they lost the Recopa Sudamericana to LDU (Ecuador) (0-1, 0-3), and also the Copa do Brasil final to Ronaldo Nazario's Corinthians (0-2, 2-2), besides finishing 2nd in the national league, behind Adriano's Flamengo.
2010: the Copa Libertadores dream again
Just 4 seasons after their 1st title, Internacional won the prestigious continental title for the 2nd time, only the 12th team in the history of the tournament to do so, and the 5th brazilian club.
Internacional topped their group stage, with 3W-3D, against Deportivo Quito (ECU), Cerro (URU), Emelec (ECU). In the KO stages, they won on the away goal rule until they reached the final.
In the ro16, they faced Banfield, from Argentina. In the 1st leg, away, they lost 1-3, with left-back Kléber scoring this beautiful goal for the Brazilians. At home, they opened the score with Alecsandro at '42 and Walter scored the qualifying goal at '57.
In the quarter-finals, they met the current champions Estudiantes, of the star Verón, from Argentina. In the 1st leg, at home, Inter won 1-0, scoring only at the 88th minute, with a header from Sorondo. They were losing the 2nd leg, away, by 0-2, but Giuliano epically scored the qualifying goal at '88, inside a crazy fog.
In the semi-finals, São Paulo were in their path, and they beat them 1-0 at home in the 1st leg, when Giuliano finally broke Rogério Ceni's goalkeeping at '68. In the 2nd leg, São Paulo opened the score at '30, after a bizarre mistake by Internacional goalkeeper, but Inter equalized at '52 with Alecsandro. São Paulo scored again at '54, but Internacional held the pressure and qualified to the final.
Chivas, from Mexico, were Internacional adversaries in the big final. Playing away in the 1st leg, the Brazilians performed a great 2-1 comeback, with goals at '73, a header from Giuliano, and at '76, with a header from Bolívar. In the 2nd leg, at home, Chivas opened the score at '43, but Rafael Sóbis tied at '61 and Leandro Damião scored one more at '76. With one hand in the trophy, Giuliano scored the third at '90, but Chivas found the time to score one more time, as the match ended with a 3-2 victory in Internacional's favor. For the 2nd time in their history, they were the champions of South America.
Unfortunately, the "Internacional vs. Internazionale (Italy)" hype for the 2010 Club World Cup could not be fulfilled, due to Internacional loss against Mazembe (Congo) in the semis. They finished 3rd, after beating 4-2 Seongnam (South Korea).
In 2011, Internacional claimed their Recopa Sudamericana title, after beating Independiente (Argentina) (1-2, 3-1), thus closing their 2006-2011 international glory era.
Year International title Adversary
2006 Copa Libertadores São Paulo
2006 Club World Cup Barcelona (Spain)
2007 Recopa Sudamericana Pachuca (Mexico)
2008 Copa Sudamericana Estudiantes (Argentina)
2010 Copa Libertadores Chivas (Mexico)
2011 Recopa Sudamericana Independiente (Argentina)
2012-today
Internacional rebuilt their Beira-Rio stadium between 2011-2014, turning it into a marvelous arena. They also have reached the 2015 Copa Libertadores semi-finals, but one year later were relegated to the Serie B for the first time in their history. After their promotion in 2016, they reached the 3rd place in the 2018 Brasileirão and the 2nd place in the 2019 Copa do Brasil. Since 2000, Internacional have won 12 state leagues, notably a 6-consecutive title streak (2011-16).
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To this day, Internacional has a fanbase of 6 million supporters, and a stadium attendance average of 24.000, as of 2019.
If you have any questions about Brazilian football, feel free to join us at futebol, where you'll be very welcomed!
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