Paris Saint-Germain Trots Out 2023-24 Away Kit – Plus More Unveilings From Around Europe – SportsLogos.Net News

Paris Saint-Germain Trots Out 2023-24 Away Kit – Plus More Unveilings From Around Europe

Ligue 1 powerhouses Paris Saint-Germain are ready to represent the French capital no matter where they go this season thanks to their new away kit for 2023-24, made by Nike.

PSG unveiled the kit their inaugural We Run Paris 10K race on Sunday, July 2. The kit is mostly white, with a band running across the chest that fades from red to navy blue. “The traditional red and blue Parisian colours blend together in a prism effect on the colourful band across the chest, creating a sharp contrast with the bright white of the rest of the strip, which is a superb way to highlight the players’ prowess on the pitch in France and across Europe,” the club said on its website.

Courtesy Paris Saint-Germain

The back of the kit is solid white, with blue names and numbers. The numbers also have a red drop shadow. The sleeve cuffs are blue, as is an insert on the back collar. Below that insert is a small graphic based on the French flag.

PSG open their preseason schedule against Le Havre AC on July 21 before playing three friendlies in Japan: against Al-Nassr FC and Cerezo Osaka in Osaka and against Inter Milan in Tokyo.

OGC NICE – Home and Away

Fellow French side OGC Nice has switched from Macron to Le Coq Sportif for 2023-24, and together they have released the club’s home and away kits for the 2023-24 season. The home kit maintains Nice’s traditional red and black vertical stripes, though they’re wider this year than they have been in recent seasons. The sleeves are solid red and the V-neck collar and sleeve cuffs are white, though the left sleeve cuff has red and black stripes through it.

Courtesy OGC Nice

The away kit, meanwhile, is solid white, with the only embellishments being the asymmetrical sleeve cuffs. The right cuff is red, while the left cuff is black.

Courtesy OGC Nice

CLERMONT FOOT 63 – Home, Away and Third

Elsewhere in Ligue 1, Clermont Foot 63 are paying tribute to their natural surroundings with their home, away and third kits for 2023-24, made by Uhlsport. The home kit is red, with a blue print of a mountain near the hem, paying tribute to the nearby volcanoes of Auvergne. The white away kit features a blue and red pattern on the side panels and sleeves that honors Blaise Pascal, who was born in Clermont-Ferrand in 1623 and is recognized as the inventor of the first adding machine, the Pascaline. The black third kit has a tonal pattern on the front that pays homage to the Volvia lava stone on which the area is built.


English Premier League side Fulham FC are offering up a modern take on their usual white home kits for 2023-24. The kits, made by Adidas, feature tonal vertical stripes all down the front and black raglan sleeves. The Adidas stripes on the left shoulder are white, while the stripes on the right shoulder are red. The henley collar is black, as are the side panels and the taping down the sides and across the back hem.

Courtesy Fulham FC


In Spain, La Liga side RCD Mallorca recently extended their contract with Nike and released their home kits for the 2023-24 season. The kit is red, with narrow lighter red horizontal stripes running across the front. The crew neck collar, shoulders and sleeves are all solid red, while the sponsor logos on the front, sleeve and back are printed in white.

Courtesy RCD Mallorca


Meanwhile, UD Las Palmas are returning to La Liga for the first time since 2017-18 in home kits made by Hummel. Their traditional yellow home kit color is very fitting given they play on the Canary Islands. The 2023-24 home kit is solid yellow, with a tonal pattern on the front representing the sand dunes on the nearby beaches. It also has blue Hummel chevrons on the shoulders and blue stripes in the crew neck collar.

Courtesy @UDLP_English / Twitter


After a year of wearing Castore kits in Serie B, Genoa CFC are back in Serie A and back in Kappa-made kits for 2023-24. The front, sleeves and back of the kit are all half red and half navy blue. The front of the shirt also features a tonal landscape pattern. Contrasting trim appears on the collar, sleeve cuffs and hem. The back collar has the inscription “DALL’INZIO, PER SIEMPRE” (“From the beginning, forever”) in honor of the club’s 130th anniversary in 2023.

Courtesy @GenoaCFC / Twitter


Defending Portuguese Primeira Liga champions SL Benfica are hoping to bring the world together with the love of football with its 2023-24 away kits, made by Adidas. The five stripes on the front of the black kit are blue, yellow, white, green and red, representing the five continents on which the club has played and from which it has counted players and supporters throughout its 120-year history. Trim on the collar, the Adidas shoulder stripes, sponsor logos and the taping down the sides and across the back hem are all white.

Courtesy SL Benfica


Elsewhere in Portugal, Sporting Clube de Portugal is taking a page out of Mallorca’s book with their Nike away kit for 2023-24. Like Mallorca, it features narrow horizontal stripes across the front, although in this case they’re dark green on a white base. The Sporting CP crest appears on the left chest in monochromatic dark green.

Courtesy Sporting CP


For 2023-24, perennial Dutch Eredivisie contenders Feyenoord Rotterdam have left longtime supplier Adidas in favor of Castore. But their traditional half-red, half-white home kit motif remains intact for the upcoming season. Tonal vertical stripes have been added all over the shirt, and contrasting trim has been added to the sleeve cuffs and the front of the V-neck collar.