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Inter Clubs Worldwide – La Remuntada Barcelona

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After such an awful game, we need some positive energy. This week interview will bring back in every Inter fan just good memories and tears of joy! Let’s discover together Inter Club Barcelona, as they say, “Mes que un Inter Club”! Salut!

When and how was your club created?

The club was created the 8th April 2010 just after the second round of CL semifinals against FC Barcelona.
Who created the club? What’s your story?
We are a group of totally different people (physicists, artists, designers, doctors, musicians, actors, etc.), mainly all from Italy. We just met watching Inter at a little bar in Barcelona. We became great friends, thanks to these colors. The club was born in a delicate contest, in Barcelona, just after the 2010 semifinals. We won 3-1 the first match, against the greatest team ever (that’s what they said, and they say…maybe they are right, maybe not). They need a Remuntada. So they created a campaign to push the team: press ads, tv ads, merchandising, a really massive movement, and for 2 weeks they lived in this Remuntada dream, but at the end… it turned into a nightmare. A black and blue nightmare. Since that, in Barcelona, there’s only one Remuntada. US. We were celebrating the success in the streets of Barrio Gotic, while they threw us literally everything (bottles, chairs, brick, even piss…), and in that moment we said each other: “We are the only Inter Club in Barcelona, and our name will be La Remuntada!”. It was a cathartic moment for us. More than one month later we all went to Madrid by bus in a 8hrs trip. You all know how this story ends.

How many members did you have at the beginning? and How many do you have now?

Despite the club was born in 2010 we are official since 2018. We started as a Facebook group, we managed to be a hub for all inter fans in barcelona, but we were unofficial. In Facebook we have more than 1000 followers. We decided to be official last year, at the moment we are 48 members.

How often do you meet up and where?

As a club we met at each Inter game. But most of us are friends, as we said, so we met quite often, maybe just for a beer (or two).

Usually at what time are Inter games in your country? does that make it difficult to follow the team? 

We live in Spain, so no problem 🙂 The real problem is the streaming and the connection, DAZN and Sky didn’t make things easy for us.

How often do you go to San Siro (as a club)? 

Going to Meazza is quite difficult living in Barcelona. As a club we still didn’t manage to go to the stadium… (we went to Camp Nou, for the CL against Barcelona, of course, as a club!).

How old is your youngest member? The oldest?

The youngest is Jan, the president’s son, he’s just 1year old. The oldest…is a secret we prefer to keep.

What represents Inter for you?

Inter means friendship. We won everything since we were born as an Inter club. But what really remains, and matters, it’s friendship between members.

Do you have any particular story you would like to share?

I think the story about how we were born is quite interesting, isn’t it?

how is Inter considered in your country? Is there a preference with other leagues/ teams in general?

In Barcelona people only consider Barcelona as the only and greatest team ever. But they always remember that year, 2010. And if not, we remind them what happened.

Is there a particular player linked to your club or that you would like to have as a guest?

We all love Nicolino Berti, because he represents our spirit at his best. Nothing else to add 🙂

Is there any special tradition within the club?

We used to drink chupitos to celebrate victories, singing this song “DIEGO-ALBERTO-CHUPITO!”.
We still maintain this tradition. Even when we lose. Maybe more, when we lose.

Are you linked with any other Inter Club or would you like to?

Not, at the moment.

What’s the craziest thing a member of your club did for an Inter game?

After Barcelona-Inter in 2010 we run up the Ramblas recruiting nerazzurri along the way. We all met at Canaletes, the place where Barcelona’s fans use to celebrate their victories. And once there, we provoked them. It wasn’t a great thing to do, but we really felt it. Things became a bit tense, and the police asked us to go away. And so we did.

Is there any player from your country that you would like to see at inter?

We are brothers of the world. We only want the greatest artists playing for Inter, who cares where they come from?