Founded in 1908, Inter is globally renowned as one of the world's most successful football teams. The club's trophy haul includes 18 Italian league titles, 7 Coppa Italias, 5 Italian Super Cups, 3 UEFA Cups, 2 European Cups, 1 UEFA Champions League, 2 Intercontinental Cups and 1 FIFA Club World Cup. Inter is one of the seven teams to have done the treble – Champions League, national championship and national cup – in the same year (2010), and the only Italian club never to have been relegated in its 110 year history.
Located in the centre of Milan, FC Internazionale Milano employs 350 staff, including players and technical staff. The working environment is multicultural, mixing different nationalities and business backgrounds. Inter’s home is the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, a 78,328 seater arena that is among the world's most famous and frequently visited stadiums. The training centre is the Suning Training Centre in memory of Angelo Moratti based at Appiano Gentile.
Inter boasts a cutting-edge, world-famous youth sector based at the Suning Youth Development Centre in memory of Giacinto Facchetti. Over the years the Nerazzurri youth set-up has won 51 trophies, producing many full internationals and dozens of other professionals who have gone on to play in the major European leagues.
Active in Argentina, Brazil, China, Japan and Saudi Arabia, Inter Academy is Inter's technical programme dedicated to all foreign partners willing to invest in the growth and development of youth football. The aim is to export Inter's knowledge and philosophy of coaching by taking good care both of the human and the sports side of football by focusing on coaching the coaches.
Active since 1997 in 29 countries, Inter Campus uses the game of football as an educational instrument to restore the right to play to needy children aged 6-13. Inter Campus was officially presented to the United Nations in November 2012, as recognition of Inter's social commitment to football.
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The Youth Sector Technical-Tactical Analyst Intern will learn the activities done by the Football Analysis function. He/she will learn how to support the evaluation of technical-tactical aspects of Youth Teams and/or Women matches and trainings, researching and analysing football aspects by revising footage available on online platforms or recorded live and analysing technical-tactical data; He/she will create reports using specific softwares or statistical tools.
He/she will support Youth Sector Technical-Tactical Analysts in the evaluation of contents related to the matches and trainings with the objective of spotting aspects to improve and emphasize positive trends, namely: • Live Match, Post-Match and Training Analysis: live recording, tagging, monitoring of technical-tactical parameters; production of video footage and stats for the half time break; debriefing of team and individual players’ strengths and weaknesses. • Production of multimedia material and technical data to support individual players’ development plan. • Technical Portal Development: support and data entry into the club's technical portal and Business Intelligence systems.
• Organizational skills and ability to work in group and respect deadlines • Discretion and confidentiality. • Good proficiency of English language. • Availability to travel. Other desirable qualifications: • Previous experiences in other football teams.
• Scientific Degree and/or UEFA Coaching License. • Certification in a specific football analysis course. • Match analysis software knowledge (SportsCode or similar) and video editing. • Data mining and statistical analysis skills. • High football technical-tactical knowledge.