Inter have unveiled their new home kit for next season, a combination of the 1998-99 and 2010-11 shirts.
The Nerazzurri are battling for a Champions League spot, and have to beat Lazio on the final day to qualify for Serie A’s top four.
They’ve already released their kit for next season though, moving back to more traditional stripes after this season’s design.
“The club’s new home kit combines elements from two fan favourites of the past: the initial Nike kit of 1998-99 and the hugely popular 2010-11 kit,” the Press release reveals.
“The club’s original Nike kit was a quintessential Inter shirt, with thick black and blue Nerazzurri stripes augmented by a gold Swoosh and gold outline around the club crest.
“The 2010-11 shirt, which the team wore as reigning champions of Italy and Europe, used distorted vertical stripes to create a serpent-like effect that invoked Il Biscione, a grass snake and powerful Milanese symbol intrinsic to local identity.”
The kit will be available from tomorrow on the Beneamata’s website and in stores.
image via inter.it
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