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AC Milan's new kits for 2014-15 season released

Modified 04 Jun 2014, 22:39 IST
The New Home Jersey

The Rossoneri have released their official kits for the 2014-2015 season. They wore the new kit during their last 2 league matches in Serie A.

Adidas has brought in quite some changes to the kit for the new season. The home jersey for the first time bears two shades of red as well different widths of the stripes. The logo of the club has been scrapped giving way to St.George’s cross,a historical element of the town flag, which was woven into AC Milan’s jerseys since the foundation of the club until the 40’s and for the club centenary. The shorts are white in colour and bear the club crest.

“The home jersey showcases a new design and new colour tonalities while the third jersey is meant to be the perfect link to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, a competition we sponsor and for which we provide the official match ball since 1970.An event indissolubly linked to the 3-Stripes and that will be the perfect setting to show the strength of our brand through the excellence of a portfolio of assets and products that only Adidas can offer.”,said said Jean Michel Granier, Managing Director Adidas,South Europe.

The Third Kit

The third kit which has a citrus golden yellow colour with 3 green stripes as is the Adidas logo. This jersey has the club’s crest on the chest and is a tribute to the World Cup hosting nation of 2014-Brazil.

AC Milan has a long and cherished history with Brazil as players from the country have played in abundance for this club and as such it is understandable they want to show the yellow colours in their new kit.

The new kit is provided with the latest Adizero tech-it provides additional ventilation, helping players to keep dry during 90 minutes. It's designed to feel like a second skin to provide the maximum freedom of movement and features a slim fit.

Published 03 Jun 2014, 20:45 IST
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