This concept jersey in which the blue is the dominant color as the main color of the club is for Inter Milan fans all around the world to let them customize their favorite team’s jersey with their names and numbers.
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Football Club Internazionale Milano, commonly referred to as Internazionale or simply Inter, and known as Inter Milan outside Italy, is an Italian professional football club based in Milan, Lombardy. Inter is the only Italian side to have always competed in the top flight of Italian football since its debut in 1909.
The about to be Italian football dynasty, Inter Milan, was established on 9 March 1908. It didn’t take long for club to start walking the road to greatness, as the first Scudetto came only two years after the foundation. Inter would cement its role in Italian football by winning six more in the next 50 years. Their first Coppa Italia trophy was won in 1938, on the back of Giuseppe Meazza’s inspirational displays. Meazza is still Inter’s leading goalscorer of all time with 284 goals. And the club’s stadium would later be officially named in his honor.
But everything was not a fairy tale. After the National Fascist Party government had talking over in 1922, the Milan club had to adapt to political orders. These dictated a merge with another club, Unione Sportiva Milanese, and the new name Società Sportiva Ambrosiana. When the days of fascism in Italy reached an end in 1943, the club could soon change back to their old name.
Under the influence of Herrera
For its greatest successes, Inter has to thank the Argentine coach Helenio Herrera. As soon as he arrived at the club in 1960, he started modifying the catenaccio system in order to make it more suited for counterattacks. An important aspect of the catenaccio system was the libero, a role of Armando Picchi. Herrera also set strict guidelines regarding nutrition and other areas concerning discipline. During Herrera’s tenure at the club (1960-1968), Inter won two European Cups and three Scudettos. They would never repeat that kind of dominance. And this golden period is now famously the “Grande Inter” era.
Herrera had a great team including the skillful attacker Sandro Mazzola, the fast right-winger Jair da Costa and the playmaker Luis Suárez, who became the most expensive player in the world when he moved from Barcelona to Inter in 1961.
In the next twenty years, Inter managed to add two Scudettos and two Italian Cups to its tally. Then in 90s, and Inter found themselves on the margins, playing second fiddle to its old rivals, Milan and Juventus. The club was dangerously close to relegation in 1994. But they managed to survive and remain the only Italian club to never drop from the top division.
A new grand era
This Dark Age came to an end with the appointment of Roberto Mancini as head coach in 2004. Mancini led them to three consecutive Scudettos before departing in 2008. In 2010, Inter became the first Italian team to complete a Treble by winning Serie A, Italian Cup and the Champions League.
The Source: Football History