Paris Saint-Germain has unveiled its new 2022-23 home jersey designed by Nike. As in previous seasons, the jersey will be worn at home matches by all of the club’s teams: men’s and women’s football, youth and handball teams.
Not for the first time, the new jersey fuses tradition and modernity, reworking a design that is well known at the Parc des Princes, with a large central stripe flanked by two thin stripes in the club’s three historic colours: blue, red and white.
Making their first appearance on the club’s football jersey are partner Qatar Airways and GOAT. Qatar Airways has proudly embarked on a new partnership era by occupying the centre of one of the biggest selling jerseys in the world in recent years. Meanwhile, new-generation lifestyle retail platform GOAT, the latest addition to the club’s family of partners, has its logo positioned on the jersey’s left sleeve.
The new kit worn by the players on the pitch and the replica jerseys worn by supporters are made from 100% recycled polyester manufactured from used plastic bottles.
In response to the eagerness of the Paris Saint-Germain players to wear the kit featuring its new main sponsor, the club made an exclusive delivery of six jerseys to some of the squad at their various holiday locations around the World. Their enthusiastic reactions, captured by the cameras of PSG TV, can be seen in a video clip posted on all club and Qatar Airways social media accounts.