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The rossoneri are about to face Shkendija in the Europa League playoffs but which are the other red and black teams to wear the same colors.
The red and black shirt is recognised worldwide as AC Milan’s but in Italy and outside of Italy, as proven by Shkendija the we are about to play next in Europa League, there are of course other rossoneri teams. And they are strong and proud. No continent is left behind. The red and blacks are everywhere.
Rossoneri in Italy
Foggia and Lucchese are commonly referred to as the other rossoneri teams in Italy. But there’s also Pro Piacenza and Fiorenzuola in Emilia. As well as Sorrento, travelling south, another rossonero club and also Nocerina. But AC Milan’s official colours are worn also by Argentina Arma, a Serie D team. But in addition to these clubs, there are 65 more only in Italy, from Sant’Angelo Lodigiano to Colleferro (hometown of former Milan defender Nesta) and Ambrosiana, a team from the Verona province.
Rossoneri in Europe
It’s the nickname given to the Rennes players. But they are not the only red and black team in France. Nice and Guingamp share the same colours. Red and black are two colours commonly found in Germany and England. Starting with Bayer Leverkusen, Ingolstadt and Eintracht Frankfurt. In England, there’s Bournemouth, with a vertically striped Red and Black jersey. But there are 75 other clubs widespread through Europe with Honved, Maiorca, and Viktoria Plzen among the names.
Rossoneri in America, Australia, Africa and Azia
This is the nickname of Mexican club Atlas Guadalajara. In USA, among the rossoneri family, there is also Atlanta United FC from the Major League Soccer. In Brazil, there is Flamengo and of course Clube Atletico Paranaense. Then we can count 25 more clubs alike, including Argentinean team Newell’s Old Boys, the Venezuelan side Caracas FC and the other Brazilians of Vitoria. The same colours are used by Sydney Wanderers, the only Australian team ever to win the AFC Champions League, must be a DNA thing. In Africa, where the red and the black are rather widespread, the Tunisian team AS Gabes stand out. Of course, we cannot forget the Japanese of Consadole Sapporo. While the most well known national teams to wear the rossoneri colours are: Albania, Belgium, Angola and Egypt.