SERIE A teams will have one less colour to choose from when designing their kits for the 2022-23 season.
Clubs will no longer be able to wear primarily green kits after television companies complained that the players wearing green blended in with the grass.
The rule, however, only applies for outfield players, meaning goalkeepers will still be allowed to wear green.
Although it's not a problem for most top flight Italian teams, Sassuolo may have to rethink their colour scheme.
Sassuolo's home kit is predominantly green with black stripes, and green has been their primary colour for decades.
However, it is yet unclear whether Sassuolo will have to axe the green completely.
The distinguishable black stripes could help Neroverdi keep their famous green colours.
Atalanta and Lazio, alongside Sassuolo, also donned green in the 2020-21 season.
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Atalanta sported a grey-green Christmas Tree shirt, while Lazio went bold with a neon green away kit.
According to Football Italia, the rule change will also apply for shorts and socks too.
If three colours are used, one colour must be dominant across the shirt, shorts and socks.
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