UWIC Inter Cardiff FC are a Welsh football club. Their name is inspired by Inter Milan. The club is currently in the Welsh Football League Second Division, though they have played as high as the League of Wales. UWIC Inter Cardiff comprises several men's teams as well as a women's team, and play at the Cyncoed Campus in Cardiff.
The club was formed by a series of mergers and name changes. Firstly, Lake United renamed themselves AFC Cardiff in 1984. In 1990, they merged with Sully to form Inter Cardiff FC. In 1996, the club was renamed Inter CableTel AFC (after their sponsors), but reverted to Inter Cardiff FC in 1999.
Meanwhile, the team of Cardiff College of Education was developing (now University of Wales Institute, Cardiff). The team went through a series of name changes, mirroring the name changes of the institution it represented. The team was originally known as Cardiff College of Education FC. They became South Glamorgan Institute FC in 1979; Cardiff Institute of Higher Education FC in 1990 and UWIC FC in 1996.
Finally, in 2000, Inter Cardiff FC merged with UWIC FC to form UWIC Inter Cardiff FC. The team's nicknames by fans include The International, The Sheep (Wales is famous for its sheep) or The Div's (from Car-DIFF).
Inter Cardiff represented Wales twice in the UEFA Cup. In the 1994-95 tournament they lost 0-8 over two legs to Katowice of Poland in the Preliminary round. In 1999-2000 they lost 1-2 to Gorica of Slovenia over two legs in the 1st qualifying round.
They qualified for the 1999-2000 FAW Premier Cup but failed to progress from the group stage.