|Full name ACS Inter Olt Slatina|
Ground Stadionul 1 Mai
|Short name Olt|
Ground Capacity 12,000
(The White and Burgundies)|
2015–16 Liga III, Seria III, 12th (relegated)
Inter Olt Slatina was a Romanian professional football club from Slatina, Olt County, Romania, founded in 2006 and dissolved in 2016.
The club was founded in the summer of 2006 after the merger of Alprom Slatina and Oltul Slatina.
Until the summer of 2012 it was known as CS Alro Slatina when it was separated from the sports club and renamed FC Olt Slatina (with no connections with the old FC Olt Slatina club that played at Piatra Olt).
The club promoted for the very first time in history to the Liga II at the end of the 2009–10 season when in the last round of the season, it won against the leader of the series until then, FCM Târgovişte.
It finished 5th the 2010–11 and 2011–12 seasons of the Liga II, although at the start of every season the chairman stated that the objective was the promotion to the Liga I.
Before the start of the 2012–13 season of the Liga II the chairman announced once again that the promotion is mandatory. This statement proved to be very far from the truth, in the end, Olt finishing 11th, just above the relegation line.
On 28 August 2015 the club changed its name from FC Olt Slatina to ACS Inter Olt Slatina.
In January 2016, Inter Olt Slatina was dissolved.