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Inter Milan Blur the Lines with 23-24 Home Kit – Plus More From Europe’s Top Leagues

Last year’s UEFA Champions League runners-up and perennial Italian Serie A contenders Inter Milan are blurring the lines with their new home kits for 2023-24, made by Nike.

With the tagline “Endless Shades of Milano,” Inter is touting the kits as “challenging the status quo” and “made of everything this city creates.” The club’s traditional blue and black vertical stripes have a pixelated effect near the edges — “No straight lines, no clear distinctions,” as the club puts it.

Courtesy Inter Milan

The pixelated stripes appear on the front and sleeves of the new kit. The shoulders are solid black, while the crew neck collar is blue and the sleeve cuffs are black.

The Inter crest and Nike swoosh are rendered in yellow on the front of the shirt, while the sponsor logos on the chest and sleeve are white. Inter has extended its front-of-shirt sponsorship deal with streaming service Paramount+, which was initially announced just prior to the 2023 Champions League final. The coccarda, a circular shield with the colors of the Italian flag, appears above the Nike swoosh, marking Inter’s 2023 Coppa Italia win.

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Inter will play two preseason friendlies in Japan — against Saudi Arabian club Al-Nassr on July 27 in Osaka and against Paris Saint-Germain on August 1 in Tokyo — before kicking off their Serie A campaign against AC Monza on August 19.


Elsewhere in Italy, US Sassuolo has drawn on the art movement of Spatialism for its 2023-24 away kit, made by Puma. Spatialism was founded in 1947 by Argentine-Italian artist Lucio Fontana; he proposed to “synthesize colour, sound, space, movement, and time into a new type of art.” Sassuolo’s away kit applies these principle with green diagonal stripes on a white base. The largest green stripe runs under the club crest and tapers to a point near the hem. The front half of the V-neck collar is black, while the back half is green. The Puma and sponsor logos are black.

Courtesy US Sassuolo


Serie A side Torino FC pay homage to their city with their 2023-24 away kit, made by Joma. The off-white jersey features a tonal map of the city of Turin near the front hem. The collar, club crest and sponsor logos are all Torino’s signature shade of maroon. The sleeve cuffs each have two triangular notches, with a maroon insert in between.

Courtesy Torino FC


Burnley FC are back in the Premier League this season, and they’ll be sporting classy new home kits made by Umbro. The club’s traditional claret body and sky blue sleeves remain on this year’s edition, with a diamond pattern woven into the fabric on the front of the shirt. Thick claret stripes trimmed in white run around each sleeve cuff, while the sky blue polo collar has claret and white trim. The club nickname “Clarets” is written in a white script font on the back collar.

Courtesy Burnley FC

It’s worth noting that, while Burnley updated its crest during the offseason, the new one-color crest doesn’t appear on the 2023-24 home kits. Instead, it’s the previous multi-color version that sits on the left chest. The logo of betting firm W88 takes up real estate on the front of the shirt.


Meanwhile, fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace is merging different periods of its history to form its new away kit for 2023-24, made by Macron. The kit takes a popular sash design from the 1970s and renders it in sky blue and white — the club’s original colors from 1861 — to form the new kit. Inside the sash is a repeating pattern of the words “CRYSTAL PALACE FOOTBALL CLUB FOUNDED 1861”. The V-neck collar and sleeve cuffs are white with sky blue stripes through the center. The club crest is monochrome black and sits inside the sash on the left chest.

Courtesy Crystal Palace FC


In Germany, players for Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen will be wearing their cross on their chest unlike ever before this season. The club’s new home kit, made by Castore, features a large red cross on the front of the black shirt. The cross on the shirt is inspired by the crossed “BAYER” words in the club crest, which is rendered in monochrome red on the left chest. The crew neck collar and sleeve cuffs are black with grey stripes through the center. The white logo of sponsor Barmenia appears inside the horizontal stripe of the cross and is the only white on the shirt; the names and numbers on the back of the shirt will be one-color red.


Elsewhere in Germany, third thing’s first for Bundesliga side 1. FC Union Berlin, who unveiled their 2023-24 third kit, made by Adidas, before wearing it in a friendly match against FSV 63 Luckenwalde. The shirt is dark green with gold sleeves, shoulder stripes, side panels, side/hem striping and V-neck collar. The front of the shirt features a tonal pattern of hexagonal shapes filled with narrow lines. The Adidas and sponsor logos on the chest appear in white.


Spanish La Liga side UD Almería is keeping things simple with their 2023-24 home kit, made by Castore. The kit features red and white vertical stripes of equal width across the front and sleeves. The V-neck collar and sleeve cuffs are red with white trim. The back has a solid red panel for legibility of names and numbers.

Courtesy UD Almería


In France, Ligue 1 side AS Monaco is ready to take on the 2023-24 season in new home kits made by Kappa. The club’s traditional red-and-white 55-degree diagonal split dominates the front of the jersey, with a tonal pattern of quadrilaterals in the red portion. The collar is red with white trim at the front and a red stripe runs around the hem. The right sleeve is white and the left sleeve is red, and each has contrasting trim on the cuff. Inside the collar, “ROUGE ET BLANC” is printed in gold, while the back collar features the club motto “DAGHE MUNEGU” (“Go Monaco!” in Monegasque) is printed in white.

Courtesy AS Monaco


French Ligue 1 side FC Lorient are reaching back into their history to find the inspiration for their 2023-24 home kits, made by Umbro. The white panel across the chest and shoulders of the orange shirt is directly influenced by the kits Lorient wore from 1985 to 1987. The white panel is bordered by black and orange stripes; below it, the orange body features tonal horizontal pinstripes. The sleeves are solid orange, and both the henley collar and the sleeve cuffs are black with orange pinstripes through the center.

Courtesy FC Lorient


Ligue 1 side Montpellier HSC are featuring orange stripes on both their home and away kits for 2023-24, made by Nike. The navy blue home kit has two broad vertical orange stripes running down the front, each flanked by narrow blue and orange stripes. The away kit, meanwhile, as a white base and two broad vertical orange stripes, though in this case they have two narrow navy stripes and one white stripe on each side.

Courtesy Montpellier HSC