To highlight the talent of their outstanding squad, Paris Saint-Germain have launched a new jersey in Doha. The third collection is predominantly black and grey and is inspired by the shirts in which the club had dazzled since the 1990s. Several items of the collection pay tribute to the supporters by using Paris area postcode numbers. (77, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95).
Two swooshes adorn each of the sleeves of the third kit, representing Paris and Paname (a nickname fondly used by PSG supporters for their team). Taking pride of place in the centre of the shirt, the club logo is electric red, illustrating the immense energy of the Rouge & Bleu fans who push the players to give their very best.
The jerseys are made from 100% recycled polyester which comes from plastic bottles. This manufacturing method combines top-quality performance with a reduced carbon footprint. The jersey is available to PSG fans at Paris Saint-Germain store in Villaggio mall.
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