Represent il Diavolo while paying homage to the club’s last great triumph.
It was just two years before that Milan had met Liverpool on Europen’s greatest stage. And that night in Istanbul, the Rossoneri had inexplicably thrown away a three-goal lead. So when the two sides reconvened in Athens, the Italian’s felt a need to right their wrongs. Milan would again build a multi-goal lead courtesy of Filippo Inzaghi’s 45th-minute and 82nd-minute strikes. And this time, that lead would prove enough. Though Dirk Kuyt cut the Milanese lead in half three minutes from time, the Rossoneri held out to hoist their seventh European title.
The match side sits atop a background inspired by Milan’s ovular crest and colorful nickname. The reverse of the design takes the club’s iconic red and black-striped kit and incorporates the same cross found on the club’s crest, the city of Milan’s coat of arms, and the flag of Saint Ambrose.