10-11 AC Milan Home Kit & Shirt Released

AC Milan, seven times European champions, recently released the new 10-11 home kit and shirt. Classic design by Adidas. The major difference is the sponsor: bwin has been replaced by Fly Emirates so AC Milan has the same sponsor Arsenal has right now.

Here are the most important kit items:

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt – buy from Kitbag (or Soccer.com | World Soccer Shop)

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Long Sleeved – buy from Soccer.com (or World Soccer Shop)

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Long Sleeved

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Long Sleeved

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Kids – buy from Kitbag (or Soccer.com | World Soccer Shop)

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Kids

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Kids

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Women – buy here

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Women

10-11 AC Milan Home Shirt Women

10-11 AC Milan Home/Away Shorts – buy from Kitbag (or Soccer.com | UKSoccerShop | World Soccer Shop)

10-11 AC Milan Home Away Shorts

10-11 AC Milan Home Away Shorts

10-11 AC Milan Home/Away Shorts Kids – buy from Kitbag (or Soccer.com | UKSoccerShop | World Soccer Shop)

10-11 AC Milan Home Away Shorts Kids

10-11 AC Milan Home Away Shorts Kids

10-11 AC Milan Home Socks – buy here

10-11 AC Milan Home Socks

10-11 AC Milan Home Socks

We’ve also covered the 10-11 AC Milan away kit & shirt as well as the 10-11 AC Milan third kit & shirt.

Let us know what you think of AC Milan’s new shirt/kit in the comments.

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4 Responses to “10-11 AC Milan Home Kit & Shirt Released”

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  3. i cant believe they are gona charge fans to buy the same kit every season. i understand that milan have had the red and black striped kit for ever and it is hard to redesign that image but thats no excuse. look at barcelona, they basicaly have the same kit structure with red and blue but they manage to mix there kit up a bit

  4. I understand your frustration as I’m a Milan fan myself. I don’t think the club is at fault for this though; probably Adidas.

    I am more of a fan of the AC Milan shirts with more stripes on them – see the centennial one – so they could’ve moved in that direction.

    I remember a couple of years ago the club used to release a new shirt every two years.

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