Equipo FC and Kappa Unveil Stunning 'Intercontinental Kit'

With a Nod to AC Milan: Equipo FC and Kappa's 'Intercontinental Kit' Fusion

In homage to AC Milan's triumphs in the 1989 and 1990 Intercontinental Cup in Japan, and embodying the essence of Italian culture, Spanish artistic collective Equipo FC has teamed up with the renowned Italian brand Kappa. The result is the exquisitely designed 'Intercontinental Kit'.

Equipo FC, a name rapidly becoming synonymous with innovation and artistic flair, has been capturing attention with their visually intriguing releases. Their recent collaboration with Kappa is no exception, commanding our gaze with its unique charm. This marks their second creative venture with Kappa, whose own kit releases have consistently impressed.

The centerpiece of this collaboration, the 'Intercontinental Kit', is a masterpiece of design. Envision a pristine white shirt, enriched with golden details - a testament to the fusion of art and sport. This collaboration is a nostalgic journey back to the days of classic Italian football, reminiscent of iconic Juventus shirts, but with a twist. The Intercontinental shirt, unlike the darker allure of the previous collection, shines in the purity of light. Available in both long and short sleeves, the design primarily focuses on the former. It features three golden stripes, subtly nodding to the timeless home shirt design of AC Milan. The sponsor space is beautifully enhanced with a stylized ‘Equipo FC’ script, complemented by the club crest and Kappa Omini logo.

In a striking display of branding, the shirt features an elegant golden 'Toyota Cup' logo, representing the Intercontinental Cup's name from 1980 to 2004, just below the back of the neckline. This acts as an alluring finishing touch to the design.

The Intercontinental shirt, a symbol of the creative synergy between Equipo FC and Kappa, is available for purchase in both long and short-sleeved variations at tienda.equipofc.com. Don't miss out on this unique blend of art and football heritage.

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