Pictures: Milan unveil 2021/22 third kit

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Pierre Kalulu, Verónica Boquete, Davide Calabria and Ante Rebić wearing Milan’s 2021/22 third 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 third kit was unveiled on Wednesday.

A statement on the Diavolo website reads:

Global sports company PUMA has today unveiled the Milan Third kit for the 2021/22 season to be worn by the men’s, women’s and youth teams, in their respective competitions. The bold new progressive jersey takes traditional design and rewrites the rules to push the boundaries of football kit design.

As part of PUMA’s Faster Football movement, the brand aims to challenge convention, innovate, and bring fresh products to football. The 2021/22 Milan Third kit creates a new expression of the club’s identity on the front of the jersey by reimagining the traditional football kit in a brand-new approach merging football and streetwear culture.

PUMA and Milan transcend convention by celebrating the club’s name and identity as the central element of the jersey. The slick black jersey with red detailing takes the clubs crest and repositions it on the back of the jersey beneath the collar. The jersey also features an innovative use of the club’s crest as a tonal repeat graphic embossed into the fabric to create a striking and unique effect. The most eye-catching feature of the jersey is the placement at the heart, of the club’s name ‘AC MILAN’, emblazed across the front of the jersey in the club’s bespoke font, with the PUMA cat centrally positioned to add balance to the visionary design.

“I am a big fan of the design, it’s very unique. The name across the front is such a cool feature and the effect with all the badges integrated into the fabric is amazing,” said Milan striker Olivier Giroud. “I am a big fan of the design, it’s very unique. The name across the front is such a cool feature and the effect with all the badges integrated into the fabric is amazing.”

The new Milan Third jersey combines 100% recycled polyester with advanced PUMA dryCELL thermoregulation technology to ensure uncompromising fit and mobility, keeping athletes dry and comfortable. The jersey integrates an ultra-light jacquard structure into the back of the jersey to enhance breathability during intense performance. PUMA has also utilized an innovative Dope Dye manufacturing process to drastically reduce the amount of water and dye used during production, to further their goals of creating more sustainable products.

Driven by PUMA’s brand DNA to be brave, the new design defies convention, taking inspiration from other sports and key streetwear and fashion trends.

Casper Stylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer at Milan said: “This new Third kit, beautifully designed by PUMA, revolutionizes the aesthetic of a traditional football jersey. We pride ourselves in being a progressive global brand, so this kit perfectly aligns with our ambitions. At the same time, it also celebrates the convergence of football, fashion and lifestyle, something that as a club we have always been keen to explore in our effort of positioning Milan as one of the most cutting-edge brands in the world.”

“Our aim was to challenge traditional football jersey design. We wanted to look at the Milan Third kit through a new lens and push the boundaries as far as possible. It is easy to play safe, but we want to change perceptions of a conventional football jersey”, said Carl Tuffley, Senior Head of Design Manager Teamsport. “The Third kit presented an opportunity to be bold, so we wanted to reenergize these jerseys and take a new direction.”

The new Milan Third kit was launched in a special digital launch event ‘The Show’, which featured special appearances from Milan’s Olivier Giroud and Laura Giuliani. ‘The Show’ was streamed on PUMA’s YouTube channel at 19:00pm (CEST) on the 18th of August.

Rewrite the rules with the Milan Third kit available exclusively from 19:30pm CEST on August 18th at PUMA.com and store.milan.com. The new kit will then be available on global release in PUMA stores, Milan official stores and leading retailers worldwide from the 19th of August at 9:00am CEST.

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Raphaal
Raphaal
1 month ago

Nice skit..I luv it

Caesar
Caesar
1 month ago

I love the Jersey but I won’t buy it unless Milan signs a young CF with potentials and a good RW at least.

Oluwashevy
1 month ago

Juventus sign our locatelli on loan with option to buy Milan what’s happening

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
1 month ago
Reply to  Oluwashevy

Obligation and not option.

Cocor
1 month ago

Media needs to stop that nonsense talking Hakim ziyech might coming to Milan, they can not afford a player like that

Emmy ApacheB
1 month ago

I am wondering if our management did not realize what we lacked last season that made us to lose the scudetho to Inter after leading with 11 points We need experience players to support our star players We need a very good and Mobile attacking midfielder who can read and control the business in the midfield We need a right winger and I think Berardi who knows the secret of the league will be an important added value We got money from the league and champions league qualification so we should get at least 3 good players in a different… Read more »

Gbenga AJOSE
Gbenga AJOSE
1 month ago
Reply to  Emmy ApacheB

Well. With the way the transfer market is going, Milan will not buy a young Striker this window. As per Beradi, who is an interesting prospect, Milan will never splash 30M on a 28 year old player. If you follow our transfer policy, you would understand me. What will make me feel bad is if we don’t sign another partner for Diaz.

Emmy ApacheB
1 month ago
Reply to  Gbenga AJOSE

I got ur points bro but without winning anything or gaining more money we were able to secure those players we had last season
Now we got enough money from the league 5 to 6 million higher than Atlanta in 3rd place
We also got money from champions league
So if truly we want to be serious about what we claim to be doing then we need to get some experience players
Our business and relationship with Madrid has overly been successful
We have good players we can take on loan or buy cheaply

Oluwashevy
1 month ago
Reply to  Emmy ApacheB

From the look of things I feel Italian league lost maybe 4-5 star players and didn’t buy any star players well recognized abroad In essence still same old players no interesting one coming in I feel most clubs are in financial crisis

Emmy ApacheB
1 month ago
Reply to  Oluwashevy

Let wait and see what they will give us

Oluwashevy
1 month ago

Ordinary club Brugge best Milan to sign a player called daramy worth 13m gremio rejected our offer to sign a RB we summitted 10m we even tried it was rejected juventus beat us to sign a striker from Brazil for just 4m we didn’t sign an still waiting for the player we will sign and how much or Elliot tradition of dry loan and option to buy this is not Milan policy we need sign player that we need and avoid clubs turning us down with our strategy

Spencer
1 month ago

I read milan would be signing Simi, Florenzi & Bakayoko in the coming days. I bet our market ends there. There would be no more signings after these 3. It beats me how milan always ignores their problems and go after the lesser problems. How do we go through the season without a proper AM & RW. I’m really sick of this transfer. I knew milan was never gonna spend money on players like Vlasic, Berardi, Ziyech, hell even Yacin. The cheapest we could have gotten of all was Illicic and we still fumbled! This team is a joke I… Read more »

Philldadon1899
Philldadon1899
1 month ago
Reply to  Spencer

Florenzi is a RW. He can play that position. What are you talking about?

Yusfull99
Yusfull99
1 month ago

At this junction after florenzi and baka I like both because of their experience and work rate expecially baka he will explode at Milan and a direct competition to kessie… forget any young striker Leo is there just sign a AM and RW and we have a strong Milan.. I would have preferred unknown name like vlasic and barella to give Milan a new look in the CL.. I believe in maldini stunt tho the management are annoying #ForzaMilan

Last edited 1 month ago by Yusfull99
Ac milan
Ac milan
1 month ago

Both the Milan owner are looking to sell club because of you know money problem.

Phildaddon1899
Phildaddon1899
1 month ago
Reply to  Ac milan

What?

Sam Hood
29 days ago

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