Milan have officially unveiled their away kit for the 2021-22 campaign which celebrates the work of the club’s charity foundation.
The Rossoneri had already dropped their home kit for the upcoming campaign, which players wore in the last two games of the 2020-21 campaign.
Today, the Serie A giants unveiled their kit for 2021-22 through their social media channels with a video featuring players of their women and men teams, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Simon Kjaer and Franck Kessié.
The Diavoli released an official statement to present their new jersey, highlighting that it ‘celebrates the work of the club’s charity foundation,’ Fondazione Milan.
We have no boundaries
From Milan to the World, with our new @pumafootball Away Jersey 2021/22 #MoveLikeMilan #SempreMilan
— AC Milan (@acmilan) July 21, 2021
“The special new golden kit celebrates the work of Fondazione Milan, AC Milan’s charity, with the words “Fondazione Milan” printed under the collar on the back of the shirt,” the statement reads.
“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 AC 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).”
Pic credit: Milan official website