This is the new Inter kit 2018/19, FC Internazionale Milano’s new home shirt for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Nike, the new Inter 18/19 strip was officially unveiled on May 16, 2018 by the Nerazzurri.
The 2018/19 season marks the 20th year of Inter’s partnership with Nike, and the new uniform is a combination of two previous tops- the first one made by Nike back in 1998/99, and the 2010/11 season which saw distorted vertical stripes used for a snake-like (Il Biscione) effect. This 18/19 jersey also features a subtle snakeskin graphic, as can be seen in the pics below.
The Nerazzurri will finish the season with a tough, but hugely important fixture away at Lazio this weekend. If they win, they’ll pip the Biancocelesti to fourth and take the final Champions League spot on offer. Continue reading
Inter Milan have renewed their sponsorship with Pirelli for a further three seasons, the Nerazzurri have announced. Pirelli have been a partner of the club since 1995 and will now be with them till 2019, with the extension reportedly worth around 10 million euros a season (plus bonuses in case of continental success)
However the 10 million figure is far less than what Pirelli’s previous agreement with Inter was worth (around 13 million euros a season). Part of it could be put down to Inter’s lack of success, both domestically and in Europe, in the last few seasons. Sponsors want eyeballs and Inter are currently not very prominent on the world stage.
The Nerazzurri have been on a downfall since lifting the Champions League in 2010, and were last present in Europe’s premier club competition in the 2011-12 season. In 2013-14, they missed out on European competition altogether, not even making it to the Europa League, following a disastrous ninth place finish in Serie A.
Participating in the group stage of the Champions League is itself worth 12 million euros. As per UEFA’s latest revenue structure, a team that goes on to win the tournament will earn well over 50 million euros in prize money, and this excludes their share of television cash, gate revenue and other commercial aspects.
Inter’s latest statistics show that the club have a staggering debt of 417 million euros. Their revenues have been around the 150-200m euro mark, and those too have been on a downward spiral in the absence of CL money.
Pirelli is run by Marco Tronchetti Provera, a close friend of Inter’s former owner Massimo Moratti. Continue reading
Click here for the official pics of the New Inter Milan 2012/2013 Kits ( both home and red away)
This is a leak of what is expected by many to be the new Inter Milan jersey 2012/2013. Nike are the manufacturers of Inter’s new away kit for 12/13 and while this design of Inter’s new jersey has not officially been confirmed, it has a strong possibility of being the new top for the Nerazzurri. Continue reading
This is the new Inter 10/11 Home Kit, made for the reigning Italian and European champions by sportswear giant Nike. Inter’s away jersey was released a couple of months ago.
The Nerazzurri have gone for a shirt with blue and black stripes. The stripes are not the old fashioned linear ones, but have a geometric shape. The Nike swoosh and the Inter crest can be seen on the kit, which has been made from recycled bottles and uses Dri-Fit technology.
The shorts in the new Inter home kit are black in colour. Continue reading