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Other namesMilan Derby, Derby di Milano
LocaleMilan, Italy
Teams
First meetingMilan 3–2 Internazionale
Italian Football Championship
(10 January 1909)
Latest meetingMilan 1–0 Internazionale
Coppa Italia
Quarter-finals
(27 December 2017)
Next meetingMilan v Internazionale
Serie A
(TBD)
StadiumsSan Siro
Statistics
Meetings totalOfficial matches: 220
Unofficial matches: 71
Total matches: 291
Most winsOfficial matches: Internazionale (78)
Unofficial matches: Milan (36)
Total matches: Milan (112)
Top scorerAndriy Shevchenko (14)
Largest victoryInternazionale 0–6 Milan
Serie A
(11 May 2001)

The Derby della Madonnina, also known as the Derby di Milano (or the Milan Derby, as it is known in the English-speaking world), is a derbyfootball match between the two prominent MilaneseclubsInternazionale and Milan. It is called Derby della Madonnina in honour of one of the main sights in the city of Milan, the statue of the Virgin Mary on the top of the Duomo, which is often referred to as the Madonnina ("Little Madonna" in Italian).

In the past, Inter was seen as the club of the Milan bourgeoisie (nicknamed bauscia, a milanese term meaning "braggart"), whereas Milan (nicknamed casciavit, meaning in the milanese dialect "screwdriver", with reference to the blue-collar worker) was supported mainly by working class.[1] Because of their more prosperous ancestry, Inter fans had the "luxury" to go to the San Siro stadium by motorcycle (muturèta, another nickname given to the Nerazzurri). On the other hand, the Rossoneri were also known as tramvèe (i.e. able to be transferred to the stadium only by public transport). Today, this difference has largely been mitigated.

Taking place at least twice during the year via the league fixtures, this cross-town rivalry has extended to the Coppa Italia, Champions League, and Supercoppa Italiana, as well as minor tournaments and friendlies. It is one of the only major crosstown derbies in association football that are always played in the same stadium, in this case the San Siro, as both Milan and Internazionale call San Siro "home".

History[edit]

On 13 December 1899, Alfred Edwards and others founded the Milan Cricket and Football Club. Edwards, a former British vice-consul in Milan and a well-known personality of the Milanese high society, was the club's first elected president. Initially, the team included a cricket section, managed by Edward Berra, and a football section managed by David Allison. The Milan team soon gained relevant notability under Herbert Kilpin's guide. The first trophy to be won was the Medaglia del Re ("King's Medal") in January 1900, and the team later won three national leagues, in 1901, 1906 and 1907. The triumph of 1901 was particularly relevant because it ended the consecutive series of wins of Genoa, which had been the only team to have won the title prior to 1901. On 9 March 1908, issues over the signing of foreign players led to a split and the foundation of Football Club Internazionale.

The first derby match between the two Milanese rivals was held in the final of the Chiasso Cup of 1908, a football tournament played in Canton Ticino, Switzerland, on 18 October of that year; the Rossoneri won 2–1.

In the 1960s, the Milan derby saw two big stars of Italian football come face-to-face. One of the most representative players of Inter was Sandro Mazzola, the son of former Torino player Valentino Mazzola who, along with most of his Torino teammates, died in the 1949 Superga air disaster after dominating Serie A for four seasons. His Milan counterpart was Gianni Rivera, nicknamed "Golden Boy" for his talent. This era saw brilliant derby matches and an increasing rivalry: while Milan won the European Cup in 1962–63, Inter followed with back-to-back success in the following years. Milan again won the title in 1968–69. During this successful period for both teams, Milan were coached by Nereo Rocco and Inter by Helenio Herrera, both coaching many notable players. The rivalry continued on the Italian national team, where two players from their respective clubs would often not play together, with one usually being substituted by the other at half-time. Rivera ended up losing the starting line-up to Mazzola in the 1970 final against Brazil, in which Italy was defeated 1–4 by the South Americans. He would later enter in the 84th minute after Italy were already far behind.

Arguably Milan's greatest-ever era took place during the late 1980s and had extended through to the mid-1990s. Often hailed as the greatest-ever Milan side, the team stemming from the 1989 European champions managed by Arrigo Sacchi, contained legendary Milan players, Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit and Frank Rijkaard, amongst others. Milan's dominance, both domestically and internationally, had seen them capture four league titles and three European Cups (finishing runners-up two additional times) between 1989 and 1996. During this time, Inter had gone on to finish runners-up in the 1992–93 season (behind Milan) and won two UEFA Cups.

Inter's long wait for a league title that began after 1989 finally arrived in 2006, when the Calciopoli scandal stripped Juventus of the 2005–06 title (as well as deducting points from Milan's final overall total) and handed it to the Inter, who were placed third behind both Juventus and Milan. This was seen as a controversial decision by many, as even though the title won the previous season by Juventus was also stripped, it was left un-awarded, which many felt should have also been the case with the 2005–06 title. Inter went on to win the 2006–07 Serie A title as well in a season that saw Juventus relegated from the top division, and Milan, as punishment, starting the season with negative points. Inter's triumphant campaign included a record-breaking run of 17 consecutive victories and victories in both fixtures against Milan. During the same season, however, Milan had captured their seventh European Cup/ UEFA Champions League, defeating Liverpool in the Final in Athens. As the Italian league recovered from the aftermath of the match-fixing scandal, Inter continued to dominate, winning each league up until the 2009–10 season in which they secured the title on the last day of the season. That season had also seen Inter become the first Italian side to win a treble. In addition to their league title, Inter had secured the Coppa Italia and their first Champions League title since 1965. The following season, however, Milan, with the acquisition of several players that included former Inter striker Zlatan Ibrahimović, recaptured the Scudetto, their 18th overall, leading the league standings from as early as November until the end of the season. That season also saw Milan win both derby matches, keeping clean sheets in both fixtures.

Since 2012, both Milan teams have lagged behind Juventus in Serie A, with a disappointing ninth-place finish for Inter in 2012–13 and a difficult campaign for Milan in 2014–15, finishing tenth. Despite this, Inter have been the better of the two in derby matches, with four wins, five draws and three losses (including one in the 2017–18 Coppa Italia).

Official match results[edit]

Dates are in dd/mm/yyyy form.

  • SF = Semi-final
  • QF = Quarter-final
  • R16 = Round of 16
  • R32 = Round of 32
  • GS = Group stage
  • R1 = Round 1
  • R2 = Round 2

  Milan win  Draw  Inter win

SeasonCompetitionDateHome teamResultAway team
1909Prima Categoria10 January 1909Milan
3–2
Inter
1909–10Prima Categoria6 February 1910Milan
0–5
Inter
27 February 1910Inter
5–1
Milan
1910–11Prima Categoria5 February 1911Inter
0–2
Milan
30 April 1911Milan
6–3
Inter
1911–12Prima Categoria5 November 1911Milan
2–1
Inter
21 January 1912Inter
0–3
Milan
1912–13Prima Categoria17 November 1912Inter
1–2
Milan
9 February 1913Milan
1–0
Inter
1913–14Prima Categoria30 November 1913Milan
0–1
Inter
22 February 1914Inter
5–2
Milan
1914–15Prima Categoria2 May 1915Inter
3–1
Milan
1920–21Prima Categoria19 December 1920Inter
0–0
Milan
30 January 1921Milan
1–1
Inter
1926–27Divisione Nazionale3 April 1927Inter
1–2
Milan
5 June 1927Milan
1–1
Inter
1927–28Divisione Nazionale29 April 1928Milan
1–2
Inter
8 July 1928Inter
2–3
Milan
1929–30Serie A10 November 1929Milan
1–2
Inter
13 April 1930Inter
2–0
Milan
1930–31Serie A26 October 1930Inter
1–1
Milan
19 March 1931Milan
1–4
Inter
1931–32Serie A18 October 1931Milan
2–3
Inter
6 March 1932Inter
0–0
Milan
1932–33Serie A6 November 1932Inter
5–4
Milan
9 April 1933Milan
1–3
Inter
1933–34Serie A1 November 1933Inter
3–0
Milan
11 March 1934Milan
1–2
Inter
1934–35Serie A2 December 1934Milan
2–2
Inter
14 April 1935Inter
2–0
Milan
1935–36Serie A29 September 1935Inter
1–1
Milan
2 February 1936Milan
2–2
Inter
1936–37Serie A4 October 1936Milan
1–1
Inter
7 February 1937Inter
1–1
Milan
1937–38Serie A17 October 1937Inter
2–1
Milan
20 February 1938Milan
1–0
Inter
1938–39Serie A2 October 1938Inter
1–0
Milan
12 February 1939Milan
3–1
Inter
1939–40Serie A17 December 1939Inter
0–3
Milan
12 May 1940Milan
1–3
Inter
1940–41Serie A20 October 1940Milan
0–1
Inter
9 February 1941Inter
2–2
Milan
1941–42Serie A25 January 1942Milan
2–1
Inter
7 June 1942Inter
2–2
Milan
1942–43Serie A3 January 1943Inter
3–1
Milan
18 April 1943Milan
0–3
Inter
1944Campionato Alta Italia23 January 1944Inter
3–1
Milan
19 March 1944Milan
2–0
Inter
1945–46Serie A-B4 November 1945Milan
1–3
Inter
10 February 1946Inter
2–0
Milan
30 May 1946Milan
3–2
Inter
21 July 1946Inter
0–1
Milan
1946–47Serie A20 October 1946Milan
3–1
Inter
16 March 1947Inter
1–2
Milan
1947–48Serie A2 November 1947Milan
3–2
Inter
11 April 1948Inter
0–2
Milan
1948–49Serie A16 October 1948Milan
0–2
Inter
6 February 1949Inter
4–4
Milan
1949–50Serie A6 November 1949Inter
6–5
Milan
19 March 1950Milan
3–1
Inter
1950–51Serie A12 November 1950Milan
2–3
Inter
25 March 1951Inter
0–1
Milan
1951–52Serie A4 November 1951Inter
2–2
Milan
6 April 1952Milan
2–1
Inter
1952–53Serie A2 November 1952Milan
0–1
Inter
8 March 1953Inter
0–0
Milan
1953–54Serie A1 November 1953Inter
3–0
Milan
21 March 1954Milan
2–0
Inter
1954–55Serie A7 November 1954Milan
1–1
Inter
3 April 1955Inter
1–1
Milan
1955–56Serie A16 October 1955Inter
2–1
Milan
11 March 1956Milan
1–2
Inter
1956–57Serie A21 October 1956Milan
1–1
Inter
10 March 1957Inter
1–1
Milan
1957–58Serie A6 October 1957Inter
1–0
Milan
23 February 1958Milan
2–2
Inter
Coppa Italia GS15 June 1958Milan
3–2
Inter
6 July 1958Inter
1–1
Milan
1958–59Serie A2 November 1958Milan
1–1
Inter
22 March 1959Inter
1–0
Milan
1959–60Serie A8 November 1959Inter
0–0
Milan
27 March 1960Milan
5–3
Inter
1960–61Serie A20 November 1960Milan
0–1
Inter
26 March 1961Inter
1–2
Milan
1961–62Serie A1 October 1961Inter
1–3
Milan
4 February 1962Milan
0–2
Inter
1962–63Serie A21 October 1962Milan
1–1
Inter
24 February 1963Inter
1–1
Milan
1963–64Serie A19 January 1964Inter
0–2
Milan
22 March 1964Milan
1–1
Inter
1964–65Serie A15 November 1964Milan
3–0
Inter
28 March 1965Inter
5–2
Milan
1965–66Serie A21 November 1965Inter
1–1
Milan
3 April 1966Milan
1–2
Inter
1966–67Serie A20 November 1966Milan
0–1
Inter
2 April 1967Inter
4–0
Milan
1967–68Serie A22 October 1967Inter
1–1
Milan
18 February 1968Milan
1–1
Inter
Coppa Italia Final Group16 June 1968Inter
0–0
Milan
26 June 1968Milan
4–2
Inter
1968–69Serie A3 November 1968Milan
1–0
Inter
2 March 1969Inter
1–1
Milan
1969–70Serie A9 November 1969Inter
0–0
Milan
8 March 1970Milan
0–1
Inter
1970–71Serie A8 November 1970Milan
3–0
Inter
7 March 1971Inter
2–0
Milan
1971–72Serie A28 November 1971Inter
2–3
Milan
19 March 1972Milan
1–1
Inter
Coppa Italia R28 June 1972Milan
1–0
Inter
28 June 1972Inter
0–1
Milan
1972–73Serie A19 November 1972Milan
3–2
Inter
18 March 1973Inter
0–2
Milan
SeasonCompetitionDateHome teamResultAway team
1973–74Serie A2 December 1973Inter
2–1
Milan
Coppa Italia R223 January 1974Milan
0–1
Inter
Serie A24 March 1974Milan
1–5
Inter
Coppa Italia R21 May 1974Inter
2–1
Milan
1974–75Serie A10 November 1974Inter
0–0
Milan
9 March 1975Milan
3–0
Inter
Coppa Italia R225 May 1975Inter
0–1
Milan
15 June 1975Milan
0–0
Inter
1975–76Serie A7 December 1975Milan
2–1
Inter
28 March 1976Inter
0–1
Milan
1976–77Serie A28 November 1976Milan
1–1
Inter
27 March 1977Inter
0–0
Milan
Coppa Italia Final3 July 1977Milan
2–0
Inter
1977–78Serie A6 November 1977Inter
1–3
Milan
12 March 1978Milan
0–0
Inter
1978–79Serie A12 November 1978Milan
1–0
Inter
18 March 1979Inter
2–2
Milan
1979–80Serie A28 October 1979Inter
2–0
Milan
2 March 1980Milan
0–1
Inter
1980–81Coppa Italia GS7 September 1980Milan
0–1
Inter
1981–82Coppa Italia GS6 September 1981Inter
2–2
Milan
Serie A25 October 1981Milan
0–1
Inter
7 March 1982Inter
2–1
Milan
1983–84Serie A6 November 1983Inter
2–0
Milan
18 March 1984Milan
0–0
Inter
1984–85Serie A28 October 1984Milan
2–1
Inter
17 March 1985Inter
2–2
Milan
Coppa Italia SF23 June 1985Inter
1–2
Milan
26 June 1985Milan
1–1
Inter
1985–86Serie A1 December 1985Milan
2–2
Inter
6 April 1986Inter
1–0
Milan
1986–87Serie A12 October 1986Milan
0–0
Inter
1 March 1987Inter
1–2
Milan
1987–88Serie A20 December 1987Inter
0–1
Milan
24 April 1988Milan
2–0
Inter
1988–89Serie A11 December 1988Milan
0–1
Inter
30 April 1989Inter
0–0
Milan
1989–90Serie A19 November 1989Inter
0–3
Milan
18 March 1990Milan
1–3
Inter
1990–91Serie A18 November 1990Milan
0–1
Inter
24 March 1991Inter
0–1
Milan
1991–92Serie A1 December 1991Inter
1–1
Milan
18 April 1992Milan
1–0
Inter
1992–93Serie A22 November 1992Milan
1–1
Inter
Coppa Italia QF27 January 1993Milan
0–0
Inter
10 February 1993Inter
0–3
Milan
Serie A10 April 1993Inter
1–1
Milan
1993–94Serie A7 November 1993Inter
1–2
Milan
20 March 1994Milan
2–1
Inter
1994–95Coppa Italia R1612 October 1994Milan
1–2
Inter
26 October 1994Inter
2–1
Milan
Serie A20 November 1994Milan
1–1
Inter
15 April 1995Inter
3–1
Milan
1995–96Serie A29 October 1995Inter
1–1
Milan
10 March 1996Milan
0–1
Inter
1996–97Serie A24 November 1996Milan
1–1
Inter
13 April 1997Inter
3–1
Milan
1997–98Serie A22 November 1997Inter
2–2
Milan
Coppa Italia QF8 January 1998Milan
5–0
Inter
21 January 1998Inter
1–0
Milan
Serie A22 March 1998Milan
0–3
Inter
1998–99Serie A8 November 1998Milan
2–2
Inter
13 March 1999Inter
2–2
Milan
1999–2000Serie A24 October 1999Inter
1–2
Milan
Coppa Italia QF12 January 2000Milan
2–3
Inter
26 January 2000Inter
1–1
Milan
Serie A5 March 2000Milan
1–2
Inter
2000–01Serie A7 January 2001Milan
2–2
Inter
11 May 2001Inter
0–6
Milan
2001–02Serie A21 October 2001Inter
2–4
Milan
3 March 2002Milan
0–1
Inter
2002–03Serie A23 November 2002Milan
1–0
Inter
12 April 2003Inter
0–1
Milan
Champions League SF7 May 2003Milan
0–0
Inter
13 May 2003Inter
1–11
Milan
2003–04Serie A5 October 2003Inter
1–3
Milan
21 February 2004Milan
3–2
Inter
2004–05Serie A24 October 2004Milan
0–0
Inter
27 February 2005Inter
0–1
Milan
Champions League QF6 April 2005Milan
2–0
Inter
12 April 2005Inter
0–32
Milan
2005–06Serie A11 December 2005Inter
3–2
Milan
14 April 2006Milan
1–0
Inter
2006–07Serie A28 October 2006Milan
3–4
Inter
11 March 2007Inter
2–1
Milan
2007–08Serie A23 December 2007Inter
2–1
Milan
4 May 2008Milan
2–1
Inter
2008–09Serie A28 September 2008Milan
1–0
Inter
15 February 2009Inter
2–1
Milan
2009–10Serie A29 August 2009Milan
0–4
Inter
24 January 2010Inter
2–0
Milan
2010–11Serie A14 November 2010Inter
0–1
Milan
2 April 2011Milan
3–0
Inter
2011–12Supercoppa Italiana6 August 2011Milan
2–1
Inter
Serie A15 January 2012Milan
0–1
Inter
6 May 2012Inter
4–2
Milan
2012–13Serie A7 October 2012Milan
0–1
Inter
24 February 2013Inter
1–1
Milan
2013–14Serie A22 December 2013Inter
1–0
Milan
4 May 2014Milan
1–0
Inter
2014–15Serie A23 November 2014Milan
1–1
Inter
19 April 2015Inter
0–0
Milan
2015–16Serie A13 September 2015Inter
1–0
Milan
31 January 2016Milan
3–0
Inter
2016–17Serie A20 November 2016Milan
2–2
Inter
15 April 2017Inter
2–2
Milan
2017–18Serie A15 October 2017Inter
3–2
Milan
Coppa Italia QF27 December 2017Milan
1–03
Inter
Serie ATBDMilanInter

1 2002–03 UEFA Champions League semi-final won by Milan on away goals rule.
2 2004–05 UEFA Champions League second leg quarter-final match abandoned after 72 minutes and UEFA awarding 0–3 win for Milan following Inter fans throwing flares onto the pitch.[2][3]
3 2017–18 Coppa Italia Quarter-final won 1–0 in extra-time by Milan.

Records[edit]

Most goals in a match[edit]

  • 11 goals on 6 November 1949 Inter 6–5 Milan
  • 9 goals on 6 November 1932 Inter 5–4 Milan

Inter biggest wins[edit]

* Four or more goals difference, OR Inter scored five or above

  • Milan 0–5 Inter on 6 February 1910
  • Inter 5–1 Milan on 27 February 1910
  • Inter 5–2 Milan on 22 February 1914
  • Inter 5–4 Milan on 6 November 1932
  • Inter 6–5 Milan on 6 November 1949
  • Inter 5–2 Milan on 28 March 1965
  • Inter 4–0 Milan on 2 April 1967
  • Milan 1–5 Inter on 24 March 1974
  • Milan 0–4 Inter on 29 August 2009

Milan biggest wins[edit]

* Four or more goals difference, OR Milan scored five or above

  • Milan 6–3 Inter on 30 April 1911
  • Milan 5–3 Inter on 27 March 1960
  • Milan 5–0 Inter on 8 January 1998 in Coppa Italia
  • Inter 0–6 Milan on 11 May 2001

Statistics[edit]

Statistics as of 27 December 2017.

MatchesInter winsDrawsMilan winsInter goalsMilan goals
First championships (1898–1929, 1945–1946)2283114036
Serie A (1929–)167625451232217
Championship189705762272253
Campionato Alta Italia210133
Coppa Italia2477102233
Supercoppa Italiana100112
UEFA Champions League402216
Official matches220786676299297

Top goalscorers[edit]

Below is the list of players who have scored at least six goals in official meetings.

Players who played for both clubs[edit]

Note: Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Inter, then Milan[edit]

Milan, then Inter[edit]

Internazionale 1 Martins 83 Milan 1 Shevchenko 45 agg 1-1; Milan won on away goal

Milan will come to Old Trafford in a fortnight with the chance to take the European Cup for the first time in nine years. On the shared ground that is their home, they went through to the final on the away goals rule. That peculiarity will not distract them from their joy in a piece of superb finishing from Andriy Shevchenko that proved crucial.

This side may just be capable of a faint echo of past glories against Juventus or Real Madrid in the final. Admittedly, they scarcely strutted in the desperate closing minutes here when Internazionale equalised and then harried Carlo Ancelotti's team for the first time.

On a night of showcase defending from both sides Paolo Maldini suffered a lapse in the 83rd minute when he failed to clear and the substitute Obafemi Martins, with the ball bouncing off his back, turned and brought Inter level. There was terror to follow for Milan, yet only their boldness should be remembered.

It takes nerve to be creative with such a prize at stake. Earlier in the season there were paeans to the side that were probably born of the wish that the club should once more have a line-up to compare with the team that contained Franco Baresi, Frank Rijkaard, Ruud Gullit and Marco Van Basten.

Carlo Ancelotti, the current coach, was part of that group and wavers between idealism and the temptations of practicality. After a period of dreary form, he was prepared to dream anew. His selection here had not only Rui Costa behind the attack but, in Andrea Pirlo, another prompter in a slightly deeper position.

Silvio Berlusconi, Italy's prime minister now and AC Milan's president when they were in their pomp, beamed from his seat in the stand as the lead was established. It must have been a rich pleasure for him to see men such as Maldini and the 37-year-old 'Billy' Costacurta, who earned their fame at the start of the 1990s, make their way towards one last final.

Younger footballers have their ambitions too. Seedorf, a former winner with Ajaxand Real Madrid, could make history with a triumph in the Champions League for three different clubs.

His present revival ensued after Inter sold him to Milan and the sight of Seedorf back at the pinnacle of the Champions League will make supporters of the Nerazzurra wince even more than would already have been the case after this failure.

Their Inter side scorned expressiveness and that is only partially accounted for by the injury that continued to rule out their spearhead Christian Vieri. The coach Hector Cuper is a careful man who likes his player to steal up on their objectives.

It was easier to warm to an expansive Milan. In the 45th minute Seedorf fed a pass through on the left. Shevchenko then forced the ball through the legs of Ivan Cordoba and, with the marker tripping him, clipped the ball past Francesco Toldo at the near post as he stumbled. It was the tenth goal this persecutor has struck against Inter.

Until then, followers of the club found hope inescapable despite their justified dread of the Ukrainian. Even before kick-off their noise made the seats vibrate. Those Inter fans, unfurling a vast image of a cobra and creating a spectacle with the sparklers they held aloft, had won any battle of showmanship before kick-off. Their side found superiority harder to come by. Cuper's men had not scored in the two Serie A encounters with Milan that preceded the 0-0 draw in the first leg of the semi-final. After the interval, Inter tried to change this match and also their own conservative nature, but Milan, with Alessandro Nesta and Maldini, had a couple of the best defenders in the world at their service.

Until the closing passage, the threat from Inter was little more than hypothetical. With a nod towards security, Milan did replace Rui Costa with Massimo Ambrosini, but they had already taken their risks and, despite the fright at the close, seen them pay off.

Internazionale (3-5-2): Toldo; Cordoba, Materazzi, Cannavaro; J Zanetti, Conceicao, C Zanetti, Di Biagio (Dalmat, h-t), Emre; Crespo (Kallon, 71), Recoba (Martins, h-t).

Booked: Di Biagio.

Milan (4-3-1-2): Abbiati; Costacurta, Nesta, Maldini, Kaladze; Gattuso, Pirlo (Brocchi, 89), Seedorf; Rui Costa (Ambrosini, 63); Inzaghi (Serginho, 80), Shevchenko.

Booked: Inzaghi, Gattuso, Rui Costa, Kaladze.

Referee: G Veissiere (France).

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