Pictures: Milan unveil 2020/21 away kit

Mateo Musacchio, Ismaël Bennacer and Rafael Leão wearing Milan’s 2020-21 away kit. (

The Rossoneri’s new away kit has been officially unveiled, see what the Milan players will be wearing next season.

After unveiling the new home kit and the new third kit, today (Saturday), Milan showed the world what their away kit will look like in the 2020-21 season.

A statement on the Diavolo website reads:

“Sports company PUMA and Milan have today unveiled the new Milan Away kit to be worn by the men’s, women’s and youth teams for the 2020/21 season. The source of inspiration for the kit is Milan’s famous MUDEC – Museum of Cultures, as PUMA continues to craft kits from culture.

“Milano is a city rich with culture and history; it is a city of glamour and creativity, home to some of the world’s most incredible architecture. To celebrate the essence and culture of the city, the new Away kit pays homage to the MUDEC museum by integrating the famous MUDEC architectural pattern into the white jersey.

“The MUDEC is a museum and exhibition center dedicated to the research and understanding of the cultures of the world. The museum is home to incredible artistry and cultural artifacts from around the world, providing representation of the diverse cultures from each continent.

“‘MUDEC was born with the intention of giving voice, through the exhibition of works from all over the world, to the different cultures that have come into contact with Milano and the Milanese over time. It is a source of pride for us that the museum has been identified and selected by PUMA and Milan, not only as a modern icon of the city in transformation, but also and above all as a reference for constant research and attention to multiculturalism and promotion of diversity as founding values of contemporary living,’ said Anna Maria Montaldo, Director of Modern and Contemporary Art Sector of the municipality of Milano.

“‘Throughout the history of Milan our second jersey has always been linked with matches and moments that live long in the memory. This jersey succeeds in maintaining the tradition and pride of our Club and its fans, and combines them with the unique blend of culture, passion and design that make the city of Milano so special’, said Casper Stylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer of Milan.

“‘The city of Milano has always attracted many different cultures and has become the most international city in Italy. For the Milan Away kit we wanted to celebrate the cultures that make the city of Milano so unique. The MUDEC Museum of Cultures celebrates international culture, which makes it a great source of inspiration. We used the iconic design from the architecture of this museum to celebrate the diverse cultures from around the world”, said David Bremond, Head of Product Line Management Teamsport, PUMA.

“The new jersey is equipped with PUMA’s thermoregulation technology which provides an improved moisture management system to maintain the perfect body temperature. Combined with laser-cut perforation on the front and engineered jacquard at the back, the jersey offers the latest in fit and mobility for optimal performance.

“The new Milan Away kit is available from September 12th at, PUMA stores, Milan official stores, and at select retailers worldwide.”

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9 months ago

not as bad as i first thought

9 months ago

It looks different….
My main objection is, why is it hanging down!
It would have been far better if they only kept the red thingys at the top part, Down to ‘Emirates’.
The thingys hanging down after ‘fly better’ are what made this shirt repulsive to me.