Inter Milan unveiled their new kit for the 2019-20 season and it is fair to say that fans are not overly impressed by the design.
The giants have stuck with the club’s iconic blue and black colour scheme but have included a bizarre blend of both straight and diagonal stripes on the shirt.
It features the typical alternating black and blue horizontal length stripes on the front of the strip but the area that features shirt sponsor Pirelli is set against a number of bizarre diagonal lines.
The kit, which was presented by the Italian club’s women’s team on Wednesday, has left fans confused and disgusted on social media.
@antijuice123 simply wrote: ‘It’s terrible’.
@donzauser98 was also not a fan. They tweeted: ‘I don’t like it. It would have been perfect without those weird lines behind the sponsor’.
@A7med__10 tweeted an angry GIF of Donald Duck rolling back into bed with the message ‘WTF did I wake up for’.
The bizarre combination of stripes is sure to leave OCD sufferers struggling and @InterClubLondon tweeted pictures of a number of skewed items, including the kit.
The club’s shirt ‘takes inspiration from the classic away kit the Nerazzurri wore in the 1989-90 season’ with a band of diagonal stripes stretching across the chest and ‘stylishly intersecting the traditional vertical black and blue lines’.
Diagonal stripes were a key element of a former club crest used between 1978 and 1988.
The kit is completed by black shorts and half black and half blue socks.
The shirt will be available to purchase from Thursday and Inter will wear it on the pitch for the first time when they take on Empoli on Sunday night.