Unlike a lot of big clubs around Europe, Paris Saint-Germain has a uniquely designed home jersey that is instantly recognizable even if you were to remove the badge and sponsor.
The shirt may change slightly year to year, but football fans can always identify the PSG shirt and that is thanks to fashion designer Daniel Hechter who came up with the iconic blue shirt with a central red stripe and white edges. With the partnership with Jordan Brand, PSG jerseys have become a fashion statement and very collectible.
In a recent video posted on the club’s official YouTube channel, the extensive jersey collection of Emmanuel Quéant, who has been a fan since 1990, is profiled.
What makes Quéant’s collection unique is that the jerseys are all game-worn. It’s an incredible way to remember certain matches and accomplishments in PSG history.
Find out how Quéant went about amassing his mini-museum of kits and which one is his favorite by watching the video below:
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