By all accounts, next season’s Paris Saint-Germain gear should please many supporters.
We already have a good idea of what the four kits will look like with the Jordan Brand designs being the most controversial, but thanks to Twitter user @lasource75006 (via Footy Headlines), we now know what the pre-match shirt will look like.
👀 Découvrez en inside le Paris Saint Germain pop up edifice Kyoto au Japon comme si vous y étiez et sa collection exclusive. Face à vous le training qui sortira cette année légèrement modifié spécial 50 ans du #PSG🇯🇵🔴🔵 pic.twitter.com/szNCajDsH8
— la source parisienne®️ (@lasource75006) June 5, 2020
Prior to kickoff, Kylian Mbappé, Neymar Jr., Marco Verratti, and the rest of the squad will be outfitted in these red shirts featuring the word “Paris” written on every inch of the material. On the left sleeve, there’s a diagonal blue and white stripe and the collar is blue as well.
My initial impression is that I really like the design. It has a retro feel to it and considering the 2020-21 campaign is the club’s 50th anniversary, that was likely the intended effect.
According to Footy Headlines, this pre-match shirt will be released in July 2020, but with the coronavirus, you can expect all kit and gear releases to be subject to change.
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