Football Club International Turku, commonly known as FC Inter or Inter Turku, is a Finnish football club based in Turku. They currently feature in the Finnish Premier Division.

FC Inter were established in 1990 by Stefan Hakans, the managing director of the towage and salvage company Alfons Hakans. Initially the club was a youth team but in 1992 a senior team was founded and it entered the Finnish league system at the Third Division. In 1003 they replaced Turn Toverit in the Second Division.

In 1996 FC Inter gained promotion to the Finnish Premier Division but in 1997 suffered relegation. However, the following season, they gained promotion to the top flight and have sustained their place in the Finnish Premier Division since. In 2008 they won the league for the first time in their history.

Country Finland Finland
City Turku
Founded 1990

FC Inter play their home matches at the Veritas Stadion that can hold 9,000 spectators. They bear the nickname “Black and Blues”.