David Beckham has always been known for his sense of his style and that’s now reflected in Inter Miami’s stunning adidas kit.
The latest MLS franchise have just dropped their full match-day collection and it's been worth the wait.
Miami players will don a classy black and pink away shirt, along with a white and pink home number.
The detailing, which includes two herons, represent freedom and strength while reflecting the vibrant soul of Miami's home state of Florida.
The Hispanic culture of the city rings loud in the club's full name, Club Internacional de Futbol Miami.
There was a danger that they might go down the Vice City route with a neon vibe.
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However, the training kits are a tidy soft pink with black adidas accents.
Minnesota boss Adrian Heath told The Mirror that Beckham’s pet project will take the MLS by storm.
“The people involved in Miami are billionaires and they aren’t going to just dip their toe in the water and see how it goes,” said Heath.
“They are going to try and do a Manchester City and throw all their financial muscle at it to ensure they get where they want to be as fast as possible.
“They are building an incredible new stadium in Miami, but, until it’s ready, they’ve built a 20,000-seater arena in Fort Lauderdale to start off and then plan to give that to their second team.
“They’ve also spent close to £45million on a training complex, which, by all accounts, is absolutely fantastic and one of the best facilities anywhere.
“I know someone who has been in it and he said it’s incredible, so that’s going to help when they come to recruit big-name stars from the Premier League and Europe.
“There’s a salary cap, of course, with stricter and clearer guidelines than those which exist in Europe with Financial Fair Play, but on top of the infrastructure they’ve also spent more than £20m on their two designated players .
“They’ve signed Mexican international Rodolfo Pizarro, an attacking midfield player, and Matias Pellegrini a really promising Argentinian teenage midfielder from Estudiantes.
“That’s a statement in itself and there will be much bigger names to come, which shows they are serious about establishing themselves as a major force, just like Atlanta United did when they joined the MLS.”
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