The Italian football club Inter Milan is one of the most popular clubs in Europe. Founded in 1908 and based in Milan, Inter has won a total of 33 domestic trophies. In the history of the club, the club has won 19 league titles, 8 Coppa Italia titles and 3 Champions League titles.
Their home stadium is San Siro, which has a capacity of 80,018 after renovations in 2015/16. in the season of the year. Many things have changed during the club's existence, including the composition of the team. Inter Milan has a rich history of shirt swaps and sponsorships, from Puma to Nike. The team logo has also seen many changes over the years, most recently changing again in 2021.
They have had many different styles over the years and are very popular with fans, one of which is their striped uniform. In this article, we'll take a look at how the Inter Milan kit has evolved over the years.
An iconic Italian football team
Inter Milan, or "Inter Milan" for short, as it is known, is one of the best teams in Italy, taking second place behind Juventus in the Serie A championship.
After winning the 2020-2021 2018 season and at the top of the championship table, Inter Milan have proven to be a great team worth betting on for fans around the world. If fans want to support Inter Milan as their favorite team in 2022-2023 2018 season, they can now check their various games to bet with LeoVegas Sportsbook.
Although they were champions last season, the club and AC Milan missed out on the Serie A title in 2021-22. in the season of the year. Despite their excellent form last season, winning the Coppa Italia and the Super Cup, the team still hopes to do even better in 2023.
Inter Milan defender Denzel Dumfries recently expressed his optimism for the rest of the season and hopes they can regroup and come back stronger during the World Cup. Looking back, one of the iconic moments in the club's history came when they won the Serie A title in 1989, known for the classic blue and black stripes.
Since then they have won many trophies, including the UEFA Cup in 1991. Their Mourinho era put them in the limelight, winning the Champions League in 2010 and the UEFA Super Cup in the same year.
Inter Milan then released a special one-off kit featuring their Champions League and Club World Cup victories.
The kit changes over the years
It is worth noting that the Inter Milan shirt has undergone significant changes over the years. In 1928, their first jersey resembled the jerseys of other football teams at the time; it consisted of a red pattern with a white cross in the middle. The following year, some changes were made to this design: the red and white colors were replaced by black and blue. Thus began the long history of Inter Milan's blue and black shirts. In 1981, Inter Milan was one of the many European football clubs to sign sponsors, notably Inno-hit. This marks an important change in football kit design. These new sponsors must provide more space on the players' shirts than any previous sponsor.
Therefore, the width of the stripes varied greatly throughout the period, from thick blocks to thin stripes and various shades of blue.
Jersey sponsor and supplier over the years
Nike took over the Inter Milan shirt from Umbro in 1998. Since then they have been responsible for producing several different designs and continuing the iconic black and blue third shirt. The Italian giants' first kit supplier was Puma, who supplied them between 1979 and 1982, and also partnered with Mecsport (1982-1986), Le Coq Sportif (1986-1988) and Uhlsport (1988-1991).
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