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The top 10 jerseys of PSG

Not only red and blue on Parisian kits, but also white, black and silver

The top 10 jerseys of PSG Not only red and blue on Parisian kits, but also white, black and silver

Born only 48 years ago, Paris Saint-Germain has almost always dressed only three colors: blue, red and white, respectively the traditional colors of the city of Paris and the suburb of Saint-Germain-en-Laye. But between vertical and horizontal bands and a particular polka dots' look, the capital club has also used different colors, not really traditional. Above all the silver kit or black the black on, present in the latest Jordan uniforms and made exclusively for European matches.


1980-1981 - Home by Le Coq Sportif

The most recurrent template in the brief history of the PSG kit was the so-called 'Hechter model', the one that was introduced by the French designer Daniel Hechter in the 70s inspired by the Ajax shirts: blue background and large white and red vertical band.


1990/1991 - Away by Nike

In 1989 Nike became the technical sponsor of the Parisians, starting the partnership that is still lasting after 30 years. On the occasion of the second season together here is this masterpiece in white, with a huge red and blue brushstroke depicting the Eiffel Tower.


1992/1993 - Home and Away by Nike

The next season Nike even manages to improve, drawing two absolutely unique jerseys, so much so that recently the American brand has also decided to reproduce them in a modern key. The detail that we appreciate most is certainly the one related to the sleeves.


1993/1994 - Home by Nike

One of the most unusual uniforms of the 90s is that of the 1993/1994 season, the year in which the team of Ginola, Weah, Lama and Bravo won the French league for the second time. The background is blue and the vertical stripes symmetrical and with different sizes.


1997/1998 - Away by Nike

Four seasons after the PSG has fallen dramatically on a technical level, ending the Ligue 1 season in the eighth place. But the most loyal fans will certainly remember the away kit, often used also in the Champions League campaign. This time the predominant color is white.


1999/2000 - Away by Nike

In the foreground there is always OPEL, the German car company that sponsored the French club for seven seasons, but this time the colors are completely new: the shirt is silver with a horizontal white band and navy blue finishes, including the collar. One of the favorite shirts of the fans, and also repeated the following season.


2001/2002 - Home by Nike

There are three big reasons why we couldn't not add this jersey: because of the vertical red band moved to the left, for the particular collar and for the first season of Ronaldinho, who at that time was wearing the shirt number 21. A shirt that can not miss in the collectors' wardrobe.


2006/2007 - Away by Nike

The smartest fans will certainly remember the first season with the Fly Emirates sponsor on the jersey, many instead the chocolate-colored uniform worn by the various Pauleta, Gallardo and Yepes: a tribute to the origins of the club with the symbol of the Parisian city, the Eiffel Tower, reproduced on the shirt in Louis Vuitton style.


2009/2010 - Home and away by Nike

The home shirt is red and blue with a very minimal pattern made of very thin stripes. The second one is even more special: white with tiny dark polka dots. It's the PSG of Sakho, Giuly, Luyindula and Sessegon that ends the season in the 13th place!


2012/2013 - Home and Away by Nike

Throughout the decade that is about to end the tendency has been to minimize the presence of red and white in the home jersey in spite of blue, and instead using predominantly red as the main color in the away shirt. There's Ancelotti on the PSG bench, and the French club dragged by Ibrahimovic, Beckham, Lavezzi & Verratti returns to win the Ligue 1 after 9 years.


Bonus: 2018/2019 - Home by Jordan

For the French team it's a special season, which sees the debut of a second technical sponsor, Jordan, to make only the kit to wear in Europe. The Parisian team thus reaches heights of hype never explored, selling over a million jerseys in a year. And indeed the black kit is a must have.