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S.C. Internacional

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S.C. Internacional Fan Token (SACI) Price



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S.C. Internacional Fan Token Coin Price & Market Data

S.C. Internacional Fan Token price today is $0.00 with a 24-hour trading volume of $0. SACI price has changed 0% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 80,103 SACI tokens and a total supply of 15,000,000 SACI.

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SACI Price Statistics
S.C. Internacional Fan Token Price$0.00
Market Cap$0
Circulating Supply80,103
Total Supply15,000,000
Volume in 24h$0
Highest 24h$0.00
Lowest 24h$0.00
FTO Price$2.00
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S.C. Internacional Fan Token Polls

Which one should be the design of Captain D'alessandro's last armband?

$SACI Fan Token holder Colorados will be able to choose the armband design that Andrés D'alessandro, one of the club's greatest legends ever, will wear in his last games as an Internacional player.

Mar 16, 2022 - Mar 23, 2022


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Who are S.C. Internacional?

Founded in 1909, Sport Club Internacional is one of the Brazilian football team with more tradition. Popular in South America, it has a passionate and loyal fan base, which is a hallmark of its century-old history. Colorado has already won the Brazilian Championship Series A three times. In 1979, it won without losing a match, a feat that still remains as the only team in the country to achieve such thing. In addition, he has a title in the Copa do Brasil, in 1992, and on 45 occasions he won the Campeonato Gaúcho, thus being the biggest winner of the regional competition. In the South American and world scenario, it stands out with the conquest of two Libertadores da América championships (2006 and 2010), one South American Cup (2008), two South American Recopas in (2007 and 2011) and, in 2006 , painted the world red with the historic achievement of the FIFA Club World Cup.