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The away kit for the 2013-14 season

The PSG away jersey has mostly kept loyal to its original look since its establishment. It started off as a white shirt with a little red and blue stripe along the left breast. This design was used until 1982, when the club’s home and away colors were altered, with the notable exception of the 1975-76 season.

The Hechter Shirt became the team’s second uniform since Francis Borelli picked white as the team’s first color. In away games, PSG football shirts were dark blue with strong, vertical red stripes on the front of their chests. The shorts and socks were a red and blue blend.

Near the end of the 1980s, the away PSG football jersey was redesigned multiple times, often including light blue with a white collar. Until 1994, when the team’s away and home colors were reversed. As the Hechter Shirt was reintroduced as the team’s primary uniform.

The PSG football shirt returned to its former white color scheme, with a broad red vertical stripe on the front. It was paired with white shorts and stockings. It was currently produced by Nike and stayed in this form until 1999.

With the exception of the 2007-2008 season, the away shirt lost its red center stripe in 1999 and went through several color variants, ranging from grey to white to reddish-brown. In 2017, the first big departure from this very conservative palette happened in PSG kit history. When the away kits suddenly turned all yellow.

By that point, the club had made a practice of recruiting Brazilian talent and had established itself as the employer of some of the Seleço’s best young players. Years have passed (Ronaldinho, Maxwell, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Rai and Lucas Moura). The yellow PSG football Jersey was created to match the colors of the Brazilian national team. It was also published to coincide with the arrival of Neymar Jr. and Dani Alves in Paris.



When compared to other world-class professional teams, Paris Saint-Germain was founded in 1970 by a group of Parisian businesspeople. In an effort to give top-tier athletic representation in the French capital.

At a period when football uniforms already had a contemporary style, the club joined neighboring Paris FC and Stade Saint-Germain to become PSG. And had gone through years of technological advancement. As a result, when Paris Saint-Germain debuted in the French second tier.

They were dressed in red tops and white shorts. The top was embellished with a blue and white collar, which, coupled with the red, produced the hue of the French flag.

Furthermore, the blue and red jerseys were thought to represent Paris. The white jerseys were a tribute to Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Stade Saint-home Germain’s and the site of the club’s training facilities. The red shirts were lightweight and robust, with a good fit. Le Coq Sportif, a well-known French maker of sportswear and athletic equipment, designed these.

Daniel Hechter, a fashion designer, became president of the club in 1972. The next year, the squad was promoted to the first division and rapidly proceeded to climb the rankings under the supervision of famous player-turned-coach Just Fontaine.

At this time, the club uniform had its first major redesign in PSG kit history, and the first incarnation of the current jersey was born. The new shirt was blue with a strong red stripe and white borders running from the neck to the front hem.

Hechter designed it and later revealed that the outfit was influenced by the Dutch giant’s Ajax Amsterdam. PSG donned blue and red while Ajax wore white jerseys with a red stripe. As a result, the “Hechter Shirt” has become a new iconic shirt.

Paris Saint-new Germain’s home identity has helped them tremendously year after year. Francis Borelli, a French businessman, became club president in 1978 and began growing the team’s roster to include an increasing number of players. In 1982, the club changed their on-field color and swapped their away and home uniforms on his directions.

For the following twelve years, the Hechter Jersey has been limited to away games, while the new home shirt was entirely white. Over the years, it had a red and blue stripe going vertically down the left side of the body. RTL, the team’s primary sponsor, was prominently featured in dark blue lettering on the chest.

The white garment proved to be prophetic for the Parisian team. In 1982, the squad won its first French Cup and advanced to the quarterfinals of its maiden European campaign. In 1983, PSG successfully defended the French Cup, and in 1986, they won their first Ligue 1 title. The Hechter Shirt, on the other hand, made a comeback at the start of the 1994 season and has remained the identity of PSG’s home games ever since.

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