Inter unveiled their new third kit for this season, featuring a bright yellow based with black and blue trimmings, and they interestingly suggested that it represents the club’s identity.
The new third kit, designed by Nike, uses the ‘Dynamic Yellow’ shade as it’s dominant colour, the same one used by Brazil for their 2022 World Cup shirt. It’s a bright and well designed shirt and evokes memories of some of the club’s previous yellow offerings.
Yellow first appeared on an outfield Inter shirt in the 1980-81 season, when the kits were designed by Puma. It was not worn by outfield players again until the 1991-94 seasons, when Umbro famously used yellow as the basis for the team’s legendary third kit, which also featured a fun geometric blue pattern at the top of the shirt.
Yellow returned as the primary colour on Inter’s third kit in the 1996-97 season and was first used by Nike for the third kit in the 1999-2000 campaign.
Nike continued to use yellow on outfield Nerazzurri shirts ever since, with the colour cropping up in the 2002-03 third kit, the 2003-04 away shirt and the 2015-16 third kit. It was also prominently featured on the third shirt in the 2019-20 season and the fourth kit in the 2020-21 campaign.