PSG or Paris Saint-Germain are a French Ligue 1 side known for their dark blue shirts with red and white, often seen as a stripe down the centre of the shirt. The PSG kits are manufactured by Nike and sponsored by Qatar Airways.

Paris Saint-Germain 24/25 Home Kit

The 2024/25 PSG home kit stuck with navy as the base. Perhaps a win for the Ultras, Nike brought back the Hechter vertical band at its most traditional sense-red with white borders and placed centrally running the entire length of the shirt. To make it distinct for 2024/25, the bespoke design was applied with a hand-painted look. The choice for such application was inspired by the city’s urban art and culture of creativity. Signing off the shirt was a tricoloured trim positioned at the back below the collar to express national pride.

2023/24 Paris Saint-Germain Home Shirt

Paris Saint-Germain Home 2023/24 KitFor the 2023/24 season, the Parisians brought back a look that was last seen in the early 2000s for their Nike home shirt. First, the kit established that dark navy base from the likes of the 2001/02 and 2002/03 shirts. But more importantly, the jersey positioned a relatively wider Hechter stripe on the left hand-side of the body. Aside from the width, what made the Hechter different from source kits were the offset border striping and the faded finish toward the bottom. As a departure from the 2022/23 Hechter, the PSG-synonymous design in this kit went back to the traditional red main and white bordering stripes.


2022/23 Paris Saint-Germain Home Shirt

Paris Saint-Germain Home 2022/23 KitPSG’s deep blue Nike home shirt for 2022/23 featured the bespoke Hechter stripe in reverse, meaning that it had the wide band in white and the borders in red. The iconic design had an interrupted look to give space for the principal sponsor logo. The crest and the Swoosh sat centrally within the upper part of the Hechter, the former positioned above the latter. Nike opted for the sleeve cuffs and round collar to share the same shade of blue.



2021/22 Paris Saint-Germain Home Shirt

Paris Saint-Germain Home 2021/22 KitThe PSG 2021/22 home kit was the first under the Jordan brand after producing only the club’s away, third, and fourth shirts in the previous seasons. After a classic rendition of the hechter stripe in 2020/21, the Jordan PSG home shirt replaced the iconic design and border with a tonal jacquard application. The Parisians’ recognisable navy was still the primary colourway, while the white-red-white of the Hechter appears in the sleeve cuffs and the round collar of the crew neck.



2020/21 Paris Saint-Germain Home Shirt

Paris Saint-Germain Home 2020/21 Kit The kit 2020/21 PSG Nike home had a celebratory feel to it given its subtle “Paris Saint-Germain – 50 ans” text that appeared on both sides of the main body, directly acknowledging the club’s 50th anniversary. On top of that, the home shirt also brought back an iconic design introduced by fashion designer and former club president Daniel Hechter in 1973. The Hechter design saw the new home kit in its traditional blue colour marked by a very wide red band running down the middle of the body and outlined by white stripes on its flanks. The result was a shirt clearly inspired by the French flag.


Men’s Paris Saint-Germain Shirt

Paris Saint-Germain were founded in 1970 thanks to the merger between Paris FC and Stade Saint-Germain and they first wore a red shirt with white shorts and blue socks. The red shirt remained for the following three seasons and in 1973 fashion designer Daniel Hechter designed the iconic dark blue home shirt with a thick red vertical stripe in the middle.

Daniel Hechter also designed the club’s iconic Eiffel Tower crest. In 1980 PSG wore a white home shirt and in the 90’s the Hechter design was re-introduced by American kit supplier Nike which has remained ever since.

The team plays their home games at the 49,000 capacity Parc des Princes ground, in Paris.

PSG have won the Ligue 1 title on several occasions as well as several Coupe de France and Coupe de le Ligue titles.
Founded in 1970 PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) play in the French La Championnat. The team plays their home games at the 49,000 capacity Parc des Princes ground, in Paris.