They have brought together generations of sportsmen and amateurs since mid 19th century. They are symbols capable of transcending the pitch while expressing a sense of place and style on the pitch, in the stands and in the lives of all supporters. For several years, they have been part of the essentials of the coolest outfits, from streetwear to haute couture.
They are soccer jerseyswhose aesthetic is back in vogue, especially those of the 90s. It is a trend carried by the most important brands and clubs, including AC Milan, which is today pleased to announce the launch of the 1996 special collection: a tribute to the traditions and emblematic style of the Club, to involve and delight more than 500 million Fans of the Rossoneri all over the world. It is also a must-have collection for those who follow the latest lifestyle trends. The jerseys, redesigned for an extremely innovative language and not only as a cult object for fans, also match perfectly with the most modern looks.
In the season 1995/96AC Milan won their 15th Shield, a multi-faceted and highly significant triumph. Indeed, it was the Rossoneri’s first league title in the three-point-per-victory era, their fourth in five years under Fabio Capello as coach and the last in Franco Baresihis splendid career. The 1995/96 season is also remembered as the first in which Serie A footballers wore personalized shirts with their team names and numbers on the back.
the home kit – the iconic red and black – was worn on April 28, 1996 when AC Milan were crowned Italian champions after a win over Fiorentina. The White A way The strip has been named in the top 5 most beautiful AC Milan kits in history by NSS Sports. Yellow Third set entered the hearts of all Milanisti the previous season after being worn when the Rossoneri won the European Super Cup.