Like the 2013/14 home kit, the shirt has a tri-colour design — blue at the top, white in the middle and red at the bottom. This is said to give it a youthful and passionate appearance that reflects club’s attachment to Paris. The colour blocking design evolved from the distinctive vertical stripes that have traditionally appeared on the home shirt. Each colour represents a different club value: blue for grandeur, red to convey passion and white for respect. The new shirt details include a blue ribbed V-neck collar that blends into the top of the shirt, and a contrasting ribbed blue cuff on the sleeves. The new away shorts are white with a thin blue stripe along each side, and the socks are white with a blue-and-red band at the top, and the more traditional blue-and red-stripe on the back that is said to give players greater visual acuity on the pitch.
The new PSG kits have been well received by fans but what do you think? Comments welcome below.
Classic PSG shirts from the past available here.