Paris Saint-Germain has continued its partnership with Jordan Brand, this time working with the label on its home kit. The new design is the first time that the Jumpman logo has featured on the home jersey, and comes after a string of third and fourth kits.
The 2021/22 kit also sees the classic stripe motif of Paris Saint-Germain home kits taken away, replaced instead by a solid navy jersey. The navy blue body is then complemented by PSG’s other colors, including the red and white trim around the collar and sleeves.
Rounding out the design, and showing the Jordan Brand crossover, are a number of touches inspired by Chicago basketball uniforms. These elements include diamond side panels and and the red piping along the sleeves and collar.
In addition to the home kit and apparel, PSG and Jordan Brand are also preparing a new collaborative Air Jordan 7 and Jordan MA2 that celebrate the French football club through its navy, red and white colors.
The full collection, including the Air Jordan 7, is available now for Nike members and via the PSG web store.
In other football news, Skepta recently officially unveiled his new SK Phantom football boots.