UEFA ‘Cage’ Inter Milan’s Snake


Inter Milan appear in the away jersey, without the snake motif, against Shakhtar Donetsk on the second matchday Champions League. It turns out UEFA which forbids it.

Inter travel to the NSK Olimpiyskiy Stadium, Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday (28/9/2021), to face Shakhtar in matchday Champions League Group D second. Nerazzurri look a little different.

Not from a technical point of view such as appearance or line-up, but from the jersey. Inter wore their away jersey, which was slightly modified.

Inter’s away kit should be predominantly white with a hint of blue on the neck and sleeves. Then, the jersey was given a snake motif or Biscione, which is the historical symbol of the city of Milan, is colored blue and black.

But in the match against Shakhtar, there was no snake motif on the white jersey Inter Milan. Lautaro Martinez et al wearing a white jersey without a motif.

Investigate a calibaration, UEFA asked Inter to eliminate the snake motif. Reported from Football-Italia, it is considered to violate the established regulations.

According to the UEFA Equipment Regulations, Article 8 paragraph 9 point A states, “The pattern must be non-illustrative, i.e. it must not contain any images, illustrations or other symbols (any pattern that does not meet this requirement will be considered a decorative element),” the UEFA regulations read. .

Apart from that, there are other changes to Inter’s sponsorship section. Now there is no more writing by. Socios.com under the Inter Fan Token.

Inter Milan himself finally failed to win against Shakhtar, after being held to a 0-0 draw. The result left Inter in 3rd place in Group D with only one point, behind FC Sheriff Tiraspol (6) and Real Madrid (3).

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