On Tuesday, the X (formerly Twitter) account La Source Parisienne leaked what is expected to be the Paris Saint-Germain kit for the 2024/25 season.
The design of the next Paris Saint-Germain kit has been leaked via the X La Source Parisienne account. It would be white with two stripes (one blue, the other red) representing the Eiffel Tower.
The kit is reminiscent of the 1990s and would pay homage to the club’s 1991-92 season.
The kit is a nod to the Paris 2024 Olympics, which will be held in the French capital in just over a year. The Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic symbols of Paris and is sure to be a popular feature of the Games.
The kit is also a throwback to the 1990s, when the Paris Saint-Germain was one of the most successful teams in Europe. The club won the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1996 and the UEFA Cup in 1995.
The new kit is sure to be a popular seller among fans of the Paris Saint-Germain. It is a stylish and eye-catching design that pays homage to the club’s history and its upcoming role in the Paris 2024 Olympics.
🚨Info La Source | Je vous ai révélé les grandes lignes du futur maillot du PSG extérieur 2024/2025 en clin d’œil aux JO de Paris à venir. Ce soir avec @gfaivre_ j’ai le plaisir de vous présenter le maillot avec plus de détails, et avec aussi le short et les chaussettes. Je le… pic.twitter.com/sTu7QfpKgx
— La Source Parisienne (@lasource75006) December 26, 2023