Inter are ready to launch their new club logo as part of an overall rebrand, with the new crest set to be officially brought into use on Tuesday.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Nerazzurri are set to undergo a complete overhaul and will no longer use the current badge, in place since 2014.
The new crest will feature the letters ‘I’ and ‘M’ prominently but will no longer feature ‘F’ or ‘C’, with a strong focus on ‘Inter Milano’, the club’s new preferred name across global markets.
Inter will officially launch their new badge on Tuesday and it will be the 15th edition of the club’s logo since it’s inception in 1902 and the first time ‘FC’ has not featured since 1988.
The Nerazzurri hope that the change in name and logo will be part of a period of success on the pitch, with Antonio Conte’s side currently top of Serie A and on course for a first Scudetto in 10 years.