Messi’s new 2024/25 Inter Miami kit revealed and kid prices confirmed

It is set to be one of the best-selling overseas kits of 2024 and Adidas has officially revealed the new Inter Miami 2024/25 as worn by superstar Lionel Messi.

The Argentinian legend wore the new ‘Easy Pink’ shirt for the first time in the club’s 4-3 friendly defeat to Saudi side Al-Hilal in which Messi scored a penalty and fellow ex-Barcelona star Luis Suarez netted for the losing side.

Adidas took the friendly as an opportunity to launch the kit and open sales on the Adidas website but children who want to buy the shirt with Messi’s name on the back will have to shell out an eye-watering £65 to buy the shirt in the UK here. Fans can cut £10 off the price by choosing a shirt without a name, while adult versions cost £80, or £90 with Messi’s name.

A more ‘authentic version of the kit, which is closer to the version worn by Messi and the team, is priced at £120.

The kit is notable for a few major changes from Adidas for the new MLS season including the new shade of pink and the club badge and sponsor logos all appearing in the centre of the kit. The shirt itself is a simple design with the famous Adidas stripes in black on the sleeve and no pattern to the main body of the shirt.

Named the 2getherness Jersey by the club and features the club motto in both English and Spanish to represent the club’s fanbase. The motto, “Freedom to Dream” and “Freedom Para Soñar”, can both be found on the shirt.

Adidas also launched the black away shirt for the new season and fans can expect to see the shirt used in a upcoming friendly. The club is set to play a Hong Kong XI on 4 February followed by friendlies against Vissel Kobe in Japan and Newell’s in Argentina before the beginning of the MLS season.

The new 2024/25 Inter Miami kit
The new 2024/25 Inter Miami kit
Stephen Hurrell
Stephen Hurrell
Stephen is the founder and editor of The Hobby Online and The Hobby by Subbuteo.Online print magazine. He is a giant nerd and specialises in Subbuteo, retro football kits and consumer stories. A journalist and editor of 15 years, he has written about football for some of the UK's biggest publications.

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