On the 20th anniversary of the victory of AC Milan’s sixth Champions League win, the club have unveiled the font they will use for their names and numbers on this season’s shirts.
To celebrate 20 years since the 2002-03 Champions League victory, Milan have presented a new special font which this season will accompany Stefano Pioli’s team on all the club’s European nights.
The font of the names and numbers printed on the kits used in the Champions League by the Rossoneri players will in fact be different from that worn in Serie A.
In particular, the numbers will feature a perforated design that pays homage to that of the 2002-03 season, but revisited in a modern way.
For the same reason, the colour of names and numbers will be white, compared to the black used for league matches. The official debut of the new font will take place during the first home match tomorrow, Tuesday 19 September, when the Rossoneri Club hosts Newcastle United at San Siro in the opening match of Group F.