Italian giants Inter Milan celebrated their 110th birthday on Friday evening and to commemorate the occasion, the club have created a special badge.
They revealed the new look on Twitter earlier, with the badge boasting the famous white and red cross of St. Ambrose along with the lettering "Centodieci di Inter" - which means 110 years of Inter.
Thoughts on the new design?
While the crest was released to the world on social media, Inter players past and present attended the #Inter110 Nerazzurri Gala.
Inter manager Luciano Spalletti said the following at the club event, via Inter Milan's official website:
"To celebrate this anniversary is an honour, a privilege and an important responsibility. Like the great champions that are here this evening, we have an obligation to write important pages into the club's history.
"This birthday is another element of what it means to be part of a club like Inter and this must motivate us to guarantee the future of what this marvelous club deserves."
Alessandro Antonello, who is the CEO, also spoke about the club's history during the gala:
"Our history must inspire us. The club's founding fathers were revolutionaries, giving us important values and making us proud to wear the Nerazzurri shirt. This must provide inspiration for everyone. There are many legends here, who can now be role models for players today."
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