Pictures: Milan unveil 2021/22 away kit

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Simon Kjær, Rafael Leão, Refiloe Jane and Alessio Romagnoli wearing Milan’s 2021/22 home kit. (@acmilan.com)

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

Milan and PUMA continue together for another year and next season’s home away was unveiled on Wednesday.

A statement on the Diavolo website reads:

“Global sports company PUMA has today unveiled the new Milan Away kit to be worn by the Men’s, Women’s and youth teams throughout the 2021/22 football season. The special new golden kit celebrates the work of Fondazione Milan, Milan’s charity, with the words “Fondazione Milan” printed under the collar on the back of the shirt. The new Away jersey also features a striking all-over pattern inspired by six cities across the world involved in a charitable initiative that will officially launch in September.

“The ‘From Milan to the World’ initiative, created by Milan’s Fondazione Milan, in partnership with PUMA, will give Rossoneri fans across the world the chance to vote to support a socio-educational project out of six proposals that will be presented in September, alongside local and international non-profit organizations. The end result will be the development of the selected program, linked to one of the six cities chosen for the initiative: New York (USA), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Kolkata (India), Melbourne (Australia), Nairobi (Kenya) and Milan (Italy).

“Fondazione Milan was set up in 2003 with the aim to spark positive change in the community. The foundation continues to grow as more fans, partners and club legends join the cause, helping to expand the reach of the various initiatives implemented across the world.

“Casper Stylsvig, Milan Chief Revenue Officer said, ‘We are proud to be launching this Away kit with our partner PUMA and celebrate the work of our Fondazione Milan, which does an incredible job helping people in need at a local and international level. The jersey itself looks very elegant with its golden color and geometric pattern, but most importantly it will help us bring some change into the world through the “From Milan to the World” initiative, which will launch in the near future. This is something we are particularly proud to be able to do as a Club, because it fits perfectly within our social responsibility journey, which remains a very important aspect of our work at Milan, both on and off the pitch.’

“The new kit represents Milan’s impact from Milan to Italy to the World. Milan brings people together from different cultures, languages and ages as the club continues to expand its impact across the globe. Milan’s unbreakable bond with the team and the city sends an inclusive message to over 500 million Rossoneri fans worldwide, uniting people from the walls of the San Siro to the streets of Rio and beyond.

Milan connects so many people across the world through football and charitable projects, so we wanted to pay tribute to this with the design of the shirt. The idea behind the bespoke graphic integrated into the jersey was to give each city connected to the Fondazione its own identity,” said Nick Willems, Graphic Designer Teamsport Apparel. ‘We placed distinct graphics created for each city inside outlines of those cities. We then added those graphics into a repeat pattern to connect all of the cities, symbolizing the strength of Milan and of the Fondazione.’

“The new Milan Away jersey combines 100% recycled polyester with advanced PUMA dryCELL thermoregulation technology to ensure uncompromising fit and mobility, keeping the athlete dry and comfortable. The jersey integrates an Ultra-light jacquard structure into the back of the jersey to enhance breathability during intense performance.

“The new Milan Away kit will be available from July 21st at PUMA.com, PUMA stores, Milan official stores, store.acmilan.com and at select retailers worldwide.”

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Spencer
Spencer
3 days ago

Very disappointing kit if we are being honest. Last seasons’ was a lot better. I hope this isn’t going to be a reflection of how our season would turn out hahahahaha

Milan 15
Milan 15
2 days ago

Plz don’t sell Hague he will be next star sell Conti, caldara , krunic , leo even , colombo ,castilihgo ,salad man they are all shit and bring sabitzer , jorge kiao and ilcic or right wing who can play football and pass

Milan 15
Milan 15
2 days ago

I don’t know why maldini can’t see it there is a lot of player not the level of the champions league just we need a quality player salemakers and castiliho keep pobega and ramngoli we just need number 10 and right wing and young striker