Inter Milan partners up with U-Power

Inter Milan partner with U-Power

September 24, 2023

Italian clothing and shoes for labour firm U-Power has been announced as the Official Back Jersey Partner of FC Internazionale Milano (commonly referred to as “Inter Milan”) after signing a multi-year agreement with the Milanese Italian professional football club.

The four-year partnership, set to run until 2027, will see the U-Power logo feature on the back of the Inter men’s and women’s first team jerseys.

Alessandro Antonello, CEO of FC Internazionale Milano, commented:

We’re delighted to announce this new and important deal, which gives our shirt even more value. The U-Power brand has embarked on a great journey in football in recent years and we’re proud that it has seen, in our Club, the perfect partner to take an extra step forward in this sector, and thereby increase its global visibility by making use of Inter’s broad international fanbase.

Franco Uzzeni, President and CEO of U-Power Group, added:

We’re honoured to become Inter’s new Official Back Jersey Partner. This partnership demonstrates our duty to excellence and support of sport. We’re excited to start this extraordinary adventure.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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