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Inter Milan 2022/23 Kits

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Inter Milan or Internazionale are one of the best Italian football clubs in the Serie A in terms of silverware where they have won 19 Serie A titles. The club's kits are manufactured by Nike. Inter's home shirts are usually composed of black and blue stripes, a direct opposition to the red and black of their neighbouring rivals AC Milan.

Inter Milan Home Kit

Internazionale have from inception, worn blue and black shirts. This was seen as a departure from the Milan colours of red and black, however the vertical stripes of the club it split from was kept. Nicknamed the 'Nerazzurri', the blue is considered to represent the sky and the black signifying the night.

2022/23 Inter Milan Home Shirt

Inter Milan's 2022/23 home shirt emphasized the club's traditional colours using broader stripes, resulting in the bespoke blue and black alternating striping pattern. The pattern spilled over to the raglan sleeves, leaving the front and back panels boxed by the sleeve and arching body seams in black and blue, respectively. The short black sleeve cuffs had a blue piping finish, while the round neckline had a slightly raised profile for a turtle neck appearance. The primary jersey was Inter's first with principal sponsor Digitalbits.

2021/22 Inter Milan Home Shirt

Long known as I Nerazzurri because of their black and blue striped shirt, Inter breaks tradition and wears a mainly blue home shirt with a never-before-seen snakeskin pattern as a reference to their other nickname, Il Biscione (The Big Grass Snake). The graphic design spreads through the entirety of the shirt, which is predominantly navy. Enhancing the Biscione look are the equidistant tonal visuals running the length of the jersey, replicating the abstract and scaled look of Milan's historical symbol.

Black still features on the sleeve cuffs and the 2-piece v collar construction. The 2021/22 Nike home shirt is the first home outfit to present the new simplified logo, which focuses on the I and M. Touches of gold come in the form of the stakeholders' logos and brandings.

2020/21 Inter Milan Home Shirt

Inter Milan's 2020-2021 home kit is now fully out in the market and it has remained traditional by using the black and blue colour combination in a striped pattern. However, this new home kit sets out its own identity by not going with the conventional vertical, horizontal, or diagonal stripe patterns. Instead, the home kit features a bold zig-zagged formation for the stripes that cover every inch of space of the shirt.

Minus the zig-zag, the home kit looks familiar with the 2010-2011 kit, making the latest home shirt a tribute of some sort given the success of the 2010-11 squad. The central Pirelli branding and the Nike Swoosh on the right chest are white, and the Inter Milan crest on the left chest is displayed with its original colours. The kit has a round collar and has the same shade of black used for the entire shirt.

Men's Inter Milan Shirt

Accompanying the shirt traditionally has been black shorts and socks, though in 2020/21 they opted for white instead. Also, one period of the club's history that this design had not been used was when the club was forced the change to Ambrosiana SS Milano during the fascist years. During that period the club wore a white shirt with a red cross with black shorts and the same red cross that is on the flag of Milan. The club have had several shirt manufacturers including Puma, MecSport, Le Coq Sportif, Uhlsport, Umbro and their current producers Nike. The shirt sponsors include Inno-Hit, Misura, FitGar, Fiorucci and Pirelli. The Internazionale home shirt is one of the most famous in Italy. The club have won over 19 league titles, three European titles, seven Copa Italia titles with the blue and black shirt. Notable players to have worn the shirt include Javier Zanetti, Giuseppe Bergomi, Giacinto Facchetti, Giuseppe Meazza, Allessandro Altobelli and Luis Figo.

Children's Inter Milan Kit

Since producing replica kits the club have manufactured youth shirts to suit the young fans of the club. The most popular shirts worn by kids in the past 20 seasons include Javier Zanetti, Samuel Eto'o, Wesley Sneijder, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Luis Figo, Ivan Cordoba and Ronaldo.

Internazionale's academy have a large history of producing talents such as Giuseppe Bergomi, Giacinto Facchetti, Giuseppe Baresi and many more.

Inter Milan play their home games wearing shirts of blue with black stripes. They have seen many famous players pull on their shirt a few of which include Dennis Bergkamp, Liam Brady, Paul Ince, Ronaldo, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Juan Sebastian Veron and Roberto Carlos. Today, they are donned by the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Lautaro Martinez, and Christian Eriksen.

Football Club Internazionale Milano (commonly known as Inter Milan) was founded on 9 March 1908 following a split from the Milan Cricket and Football Club, now known as AC Milan. A group of Italians and Swiss were unhappy about the domination of Italians in the AC Milan team, and broke away from them, leading to the creation of Internazionale. From the beginning, the club was open to foreign players and thus lived up to her founding name. Inter Milan play their home games at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Via Piccolomini 5, 20151 Milan which they share with AC Milan

Inter are another Italian club with a proud history of winning both at home and in Europe at all levels. The club have had several world class athletes play for their side in the past decade including Wesley Sneijder, Francesco Toldo, Julio Cesar, Esteban Cambiasso, Antonio Cassano, Javier Zanetti, Samuel Eto'o, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Maicon.

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