The 1966 Inter Milan shirt refers to the team's achievements in the same year when it won two World Cups, the Champions League of Europe and three Scudettos. The design has stripes in black and blue throughout the composition.
The 1966 Inter Milan shirt refers to the team's achievements in the same year when it won two World Cups, the Champions League of Europe and three Scudettos. The design has stripes in black and blue throughout the composition and the sleeve cuffs feature a ribbed finish for a better fit. On the left side of the chest, the scudetto is present, embroidered.
1966, Milan: Inter Milan began writing the most important chapter of its history in the year 1960, when the president of the club, Angelo Moratti, brought to the team the coach Helenio Herrera. Herrera adopted in Inter the Catenaccio, scheme that creates a true blockade to the adversary, rendering the attacks inoperative and that emphasizes the perfect organization of the defense. With the solid tactical scheme, Inter began to have identity and to give a lot of work to the rivals. The team conquered two European Champions League over the great Real Madrid of Puskas and Di Stefano and Benfica of Eusebio. Inter also took two World Championships on top of Argentina's Independiente. Also it conquered three Scudettos being this last one, of the season 1965/66 the tenth one that gave to him the so awaited star that until the moment only Juventus possessed. The team counted on great players like the Spaniard Luis Suárez, the Italian Sandro Mazzola and the Brazilian Jair da Coast.
Composition: 100% Cotton
Collar: Crew neck
Approximate Dimensions (H x W):
S: 68 x 47 cm
M: 70 x 49 cm
L: 72 x 51 cm
XL: 74 x 53 cm
XXL: 76 x 55 cm