Fixtures

Spanien - Pokal 02/09 19:30 3 UMA Antequera vs Inter Movistar FS - View
Spanien - Primera División 02/18 14:00 20 Reale Cartagena vs Inter Movistar FS - View
Spanien - Primera División 02/25 14:00 21 Inter Movistar FS vs Manzanares FS - View
Spanien - Primera División 03/11 14:00 22 Inter Movistar FS vs UMA Antequera - View
Spanien - Primera División 03/18 14:00 23 Santa Coloma vs Inter Movistar FS - View
Spanien - Primera División 03/25 14:00 24 Inter Movistar FS vs Itea Cordoba - View

Results

Spanien - Primera División 02/03 19:30 19 Inter Movistar FS v Xota FS L 2-4
Spanien - Primera División 01/27 19:00 18 Real Betis FSN v Inter Movistar FS W 4-6
Spanien - Copa del Rey 01/24 19:30 4 Inter Movistar FS v Aspil Vidal Ribera Navarra W 7-6
Spanien - Primera División 01/20 19:30 17 Inter Movistar FS v Palma Futsal W 5-3
Spanien - Primera División 01/13 20:30 16 Jaen Paraiso Interior FS v Inter Movistar FS L 7-4
Spanien - Super Cup 01/08 18:30 1 Inter Movistar FS v FC Barcelona L 3-5
Spanien - Super Cup 01/07 15:00 2 Inter Movistar FS v UMA Antequera W 8-5
Spanien - Primera División 12/21 19:30 15 FC Barcelona v Inter Movistar FS L 3-1
Spanien - Primera División 12/16 19:30 14 Inter Movistar FS v Noia Portus Apostoli W 4-3
Spanien - Primera División 12/10 19:30 13 FS Valdepeñas v Inter Movistar FS W 1-4
Spanien - Primera División 12/06 18:00 12 Inter Movistar FS v El Pozo Murcia W 2-1
Spanien - Primera División 12/03 17:00 11 Aspil Vidal Ribera Navarra v Inter Movistar FS W 4-5

Wikipedia - Inter FS

Inter Fútbol Sala, known as Inter Movistar Fútbol Sala for sponsorship reasons, is a professional futsal club based in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid. The club was founded in 1977 and its pavilion is the Pabellón Jorge Garbajosa with capacity of 3,136 seated spectators. The club's main sponsors is Movistar.

History

Inter FS was founded in 1977 as Hora XXV. The team played charity matches with players like Amancio, Adelardo and López Ufarte. In 1979, the team played its first futsal championship as Interviú Hora XVV. In the following years, Inter won several league titles and cups.

In 1989 the Spanish Football Federation and the Association of Soccer unified their championships, creating the LNFS. Inter was one of its founding members, and in the inaugural season, Inter won the league and cup double. Two years later, Inter won the Futsal European Clubs Championship. In the following years the club maintained a good level, but the tough competition did not let them win the league again until 1996.

From 2002 until 2005, Inter won four consecutive league titles and became one of the dominant clubs in the national championship. In recognition, the Government of Spain granted the institution Plate Gold Royal Order of Sports Merit in 2006.

Inter won five league titles in a row starting in the 2013–14 season, for its thirteenth league title overall in the 2017–18 season. Inter also won the UEFA Futsal Cup in 2018, for its fifth title overall.

Locations

During its entire history, Inter FS played in several locations in the Community of Madrid.

  • 1977–1991: Pabellón Antonio Magariños (Madrid)
  • 1991–1996: Polideportivo Municipal (Alcobendas)
  • 1996–2004: Pabellón Parque Corredor (Torrejón de Ardoz)
  • 2004–2015: Pabellón Fundación Montemadrid (Alcalá de Henares)
  • 2015–present: Pabellón Jorge Garbajosa (Torrejón de Ardoz)

Club names

  • 1977–1979: Hora XXV
  • 1979–1981: Interviú Hora XXV
  • 1981–1991: Interviú Lloyd's
  • 1991–1996: Interviú Boomerang
  • 1996–1999: Boomerang Interviú
  • 1999–2000: Airtel Boomerang
  • 2000–2002: Antena3 Boomerang
  • 2002–2007: Boomerang Interviú
  • 2007–2008: Interviú Fadesa
  • 2008–present: Inter Movistar