Inter Milan Looks to Stand Out in New Third Kit — Plus Other Recent Releases From Around Europe

Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan hope to stand out from the crowd in their new third kit for 2022-23, made by Nike.

The club launched the new kit earlier this week. It features a solid bright yellow base on Nike’s new Dri-Fit ADV template, with black and light blue trim on the crew neck collar and sleeve cuffs. The sponsor logos and club crest are monochromatic black. As with their home and away kits, the coccarda appears above the Nike logo on the right chest, celebrating Inter’s Coppa Italia win in 2021-22.

Courtesy Inter Milan

“The launch of the 2022/2023 Third Kit puts forward the yellow of the Club’s new visual identity as sport and fashion collide, linking the Club’s past with the present: the Nerazzurri DNA, their historic values, their insoluble bond with the city of Milan,” according to Inter Milan’s website.

For the launch of the kit, Inter Milan collaborated with One Block Down, the biggest streetwear store in Milan and “one of the key institutions for modern street culture.” The result was a series of photos highlighting the kit, “disruptive for the vibrancy of its yellow that conquers iconic places in the city of Milan, mixing sportswear and art to celebrate the legacy and bond between Inter and its city.”

Courtesy Inter Milan

AS MONACO – Fourth Kit

The connections between streetwear brands and soccer clubs continue with AS Monaco’s collaboration with French brand Drôle de Monsieur for a fourth kit for 2022-23. Launched on Thursday, October 20, the kit is described as “a daring mix of the ’70s and ’90s” and “an Ode to the French Riviera, of which Monaco is the jewel.”

The base of the shirt, made by Kappa, is beige, with a tonal diamond pattern. Larger diamonds appear near the hem in brown, beige and light shades of blue. Light blue trim also appears on the sleeve cuffs. The outside crew neck collar is solid beige while the inside is light blue with AS Monaco’s motto — “RISE. RISK. REPEAT.” — printed in brown. Sponsor logos and the club crest are monochromatic brown.

Courtesy AS Monaco

A coordinating goalkeeper kit (seen below) was also released on Thursday that follows the same motif but with an orange base. There is also a lifestyle range to complement the kits that includes two T-shirts, a tracksuit, a backpack and a baseball cap.

Courtesy AS Monaco

AS Monaco will wear these kits in their Ligue 1 match against OSC Lille on Sunday, October 23.


WERDER BREMEN – Third Kit

German Bundesliga side Werder Bremen also unveiled a new kit for 2022-23 on Thursday, this time a third kit made by Umbro. The shirt is black with an abstract pattern o dark green diamonds on the front. The sleeves are solid black, as is the crew neck collar.

Courtesy Werder Bremen

Werder Bremen will wear the new third kit for the first time on Saturday when they visit SC Freiburg.


UDINESE CALCIO – Third Kit

Italian Serie A side Udinese Calcio unveiled their new third kit for 2022-23, made by Macron, on Monday, October 17, and wore them for the first time on Thursday, October 20, against AC Monza in the Coppa Italia round of 16. The base of the shirt is heathered grey, with orange trim on the sleeve cuffs and rounded collar. Orange stripes on the sides come up from the hem and down from the underarm, and cut off at an angle. The Udinese crest is rendered in orange and grey, while the Macron and sponsor logos are black.

Photos courtesy Udinese Calcio and @Udinese_1896 / Twitter

US SALERNITANA 1919 – Fourth Kit

Fellow Serie A side US Salernitana 1919 also launched a new kit, made by Zeus, this week. They’ll wear it for the first time this Saturday against AC Spezia. The shirt is mostly black, with maroon horizontal pinstripes mixing with tonal horizontal stripes across the front. The sleeve cuffs and collar have maroon and black striping. The Zeus logos on the chest and sleeves are maroon, and the Salernitana crest on the left chest is rendered in black and maroon — eschewing the brighter gold and white colours in the club’s palette.

Courtesy @OfficialUSS1919 / Twitter