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Grandeur, Respect, Passion: Paris Saint-Germain's Nike Home Kit for 2015-16

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1.31K   //    26 May 2015, 13:05 IST

Paris Saint Germain

For the 2015-16 season, FC Paris Saint-Germain will play in a modern and stylish new home kit that emphasizes the team's growing status in both French and European football.

This sleek design from Nike Football combines Paris Saint-Germain's celebrated home colours of blue, red and white, respectively representing the club's core values of grandeur, respect and passion.

The home shirt features a navy blue body with Paris Saint-Germain's instantly recognizable red sport stripe. The updated stripe — widened with white trim on either side — runs the full length of the shirt, down the center from a new, clean crewneck collar.

Dark blue shoulders and sleeves create a powerful and physically imposing look, with stripes in this colour running down each of the shirt's flanks.

The shorts also feature a dark blue hue, complemented by a traditional navy stripe on each side.

Inside the neck reads the proud club statement, "Ici c'est Pparis" ("Here it's Paris"). These three words evoke Paris Saint-Germain's status within the French capital and pay homage to the club's Parc des Princes home — a stadium that represents the heart of Paris's football culture.

The new home socks are predominantly navy, featuring a series of darker blue chevrons on the back of the calf.

While this new kit represents a proud symbol of the club, it offers players the very latest in Nike performance innovation, fabric technology, moisture management and environmental sustainability.

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