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.
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Supplied in slick fashion by Nike, the 2015/16 PSG home shirt emphasised the team's growing status in both French and European football by featuring a modern and stylish design. The passionate shirt for PSG used a sleek design by incorporating the club's trademark navy blue colour on the body while a dark blue was used on the collar and sleeves, while the iconic red stripe featured down the centre with a white border. The home kit was designed to reflect the club's core values of grandeur, respect and passion.
The PSG 2014-15 home kit again features the club's trademark dark blue colours along with a new red and white stripe down the centre of the shirt. A darker tone of blue is featured down the centre of the shirt with a thick stripe. The stripe continues on to the back of the shirt. The shirt is topped off a unique v-neck collar while the branding and Fly Emirates sponsor are white. Inside the neck is a pennant tab which is white with a blue border and the text Ici C'est Paris (Here it's Paris) is featured. The home kit is completed with navy shorts and socks.