After Juventus Turin, the second top Italian club has drastically modernized its coat of arms: Inter Milan will be even more clear in the future with just two letters and two colors.
The Italian top club Inter Milan has presented its long-awaited new club crest. In future, the Lombards will have a stylistically minimalist logo on the chest, which will be dominated by the colors blue and white even more than before. In addition, the ornate letters F and C have been deleted from the identifier.
All that remains is a present I and M, because in the future the Champions League winner from 2010 would only like to operate under the name Internazionale Milano. The full club name is actually Football Club Internazionale Milano.
After record champions Juventus Turin in 2017, Inter is the second traditional Italian club to drastically modernize its coat of arms. The campaign was flanked by an opulent marketing campaign, which refers to the founding myth as an association of international cosmopolitans and artists. Overall, this is the 14th change in the coat of arms in the 113-year history of the “Nerazzurri”.