PSG unveiled their new away jersey this Wednesday morning. As the leaks had let you guess, it is white, crossed out by rectangles of pale pink color.
White, a black vertical bar and pale pink rectangles. The PSG away shirt was officially unveiled by the club on Wednesday. Nike and the club boast of “daring and original” pieces that “take up the classic themes of the Club – logo, median stripe, fleur de lys – and pay homage to Grand Paris symbolized by references to postmodern architecture of the early years. 70, with the numbers of the departments of Île-de-France and the use of the slang ‘Paname’ which embraces Paris and its suburbs “.
The press release is delighted to see that this jersey is made up of “a hundred references for children, women and men”. “They express the spirit of innovation of the club and its anchoring in the Parisian basin, continues the text. Always Paris, such is our vision, our desire, our future. A strong and assumed claim of our districts to our avenues, of our tours to our suburbs. We love Paris, we live in Paris and with our supporters, more than ever, we are Paris. “
The new jerseys criticized
The jersey had leaked in recent weeks and caused a small grunt of discontent among some supporters believing the tunic had shed the historic colors of the club. The presentation of the home shirt, a solid blue, had also annoyed many Parisian fans. The Ultras Paris Collective even called for a boycott of the product.
“It is clear that this is once again not a Paris Saint-Germain jersey, the group wrote in a press release. (…) We are viscerally attached to our historic colors, to the home jersey said “Hechter” and the white away jersey with red and blue vertical stripes. ” Marquinhos, Angel Di Maria, Kylian Mbappé and Neymar participate in the promotion of the jersey that the Parisians will wear for the 2021-2022 season. Mauricio Pochettino’s men start the season on August 1 during the Champions Trophy against Lille. They will then move to Troyes a week later (August 8) for the first day of Ligue 1.