When it comes to football kits, Inter knows a thing or two about good ones.

Whether it’s the Italian side’s myriad of Pirelli-sponsored rigs worn by Adriano, the Zanettis, Ronaldo, and even Robbie Keane (?!), or the Dennis Bergkamp Cesare Fiorucci era in the early nineties, the Nerazzurri knows its onions.

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So the fact that its new Nike home jersey for 2022/23 is another banger surely shouldn’t come as a surprise.

Adorning the signature blue and black stripes that have been synonymous with Inter since it was founded in 1908, the kit draws inspiration from a kit from the club’s archive (a 1960s design more specifically) and features the word “Milano” on the inside of the collar.

Inter has described the kit as a celebration of “innovative spirit, which is deeply ingrained in Inter DNA” which will be “manifested this season through a series of special initiatives.”

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Fresh off the back of its second “Made in Milano” collection, the new home jersey – which is available online now – is set to be debuted in a pre-season friendly against Lugano on July 12, which is also set to mark the return of striker Romelu Lukaku, who completed a season-long loan return back to San Siro after year away at Chelsea.

Simone Inzaghi and his Inter side – who earlier this year dropped a cycling collaboration with Cinelli Vigorelli and Nemo Tig Gravel – will be looking to reclaim the Scudetto from city rivals AC Milan, who won their first league title in over a decade last season under the guise of the Stefano Pioli.

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