With its long history of great success in the world of international football, AC Milan has brought countless trophies to Italy. The iconic red and black stripes make the hearts of more than 550 million Milan fans around the world beat faster and are synonymous with style and elegance. It is no secret, then, that the AC Milan brand is one of the most recognized and respected in the global sports industry.
MILAN STILL IN THE ROCKET LEAGUE
Not content to rest on their laurels, the Rossoneri continue to look to the future. Thanks to the collaboration with Puma, technical sponsor of the team managed by Gerry Cardinale’s RedBird fund, Milan has landed for the second time in the Rocket League. Within the Psyonix Studios video game it will be possible to find two skins for the Octane and Fennec cars that are reminiscent of the third official kit. As in the shirt worn by Pulisc and his teammates, a daring and innovative design was chosen with modern and striking tones. An exclusive color combination of dazzling fizzy lime, white, royal sapphire and regal purples also found on the two Rocket League cars that celebrate inclusion and diversity.
THE OTHER TEAMS
Milan, however, will be in good company. In addition to the Rossoneri, there is room for four other teams on the European scene: European champion Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund and Olympique de Marseille. An unmistakable sign: after years in the dark, the Milanese brand has shined again thanks to its successes at the national and European level. The Scudetto won in the 2021-2022 season and the semifinal lost against Inter in the last edition of the Champions League accelerated the growth process, raising the bar once again.
Returning to the collaboration with Rocket League, meanwhile, in recent months it had been the turn of the fourth competition kit to cross the wall of the real world to land in the virtual one. Again with the collaboration of Puma and thanks to the support of the Parisian fashion brand KOCHÉ, the pixel art-inspired kit made its debut as a skin in the Psyonix video game on two other cars such as the Octane and Dominus.
A Milan, therefore, increasingly attentive to reduce the distances with the new generations. And precisely by virtue of this policy, the Rossoneri are very active in the field of electronic sports. The spotlight inevitably turns to eFootball (the former Pro Evolution Soccer, ndr) thanks to the collaboration with QLASH. In addition to the victory in the eFootball Italia Cup, Carmine Liuzzi and Francesco Sirianni achieved an excellent top 4 in the last eFootball Championship Pro in the presence of equally famous teams such as Manchester United and Barcelona.