We recently shared leaked photographs of Paris Saint-Germain’s supposed 2020-21 home kit and it appears as though those photos are accurate to what we will likely season in the coming months.
— Footy Headlines (@Footy_Headlines) November 20, 2019
According to Footy Headlines and @lasource75006, the new home kit should please older PSG supporters as its a throwback to the classic ‘Hechter’ shirt that was designed by former club president Daniel Hechter in 1973.
We really haven’t seen a shirt with this kind of classic PSG look since the 2011-12 season and supporters will surely pick this kit up to go along with the white third kit released this season, which is also an homage to the past.
I’m a bit of a kit snob but I absolutely love the design of this shirt. The overlapping V-neck and red trim around the sleeves gives the shirt a nice silhouette. I even like the small French flag at the bottom of the kit. It’s those small details that I think make a shirt worth buying.
I would like it better if there was a version without the sponsor but Accor paid PSG a lot of money for that so you can understand them wanting their name left on the kit.
Next season is PSG’s 50th in existence and if this kit is anything to go by, there’s a lot for supporters to look forward to.
According to Footy Headlines, the new Nike PSG 2020-21 home kit will be available next spring.
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