Being Nerazzurri is in an act of rebellion itself. 44 members of the main club of the city, AC Milan, March 9, 1908, which, dissatisfied with the club’s policy of playing only with Italians, founded a club where everyone, no matter their country of origin, had a place. An international club was born.
Since its foundation, the colors were blue and black, and from his earliest years, became one of the main teams in the country, and achieving in 1910 their first “scudetto” in a tough battle with the most powerful team of the moment, the Pro Vercelli.
In the years of fascism, the image of the club is the legendary Giuseppe Meazza, which debuted in 1927 and develops most of his sporting life at Inter, with short steps for Milan, Juventus, Varese and Atalanta, until his retirement in 1947, again in Inter, where he was player-coach.
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