Paris Saint-Germain Draws From Urban Art Scene for 2024-25 Home Kit – SportsLogos.Net News

Paris Saint-Germain Draws From Urban Art Scene for 2024-25 Home Kit

Perennial French Ligue 1 contenders Paris Saint-Germain have turned to their city’s vibrant urban art scene for the inspiration behind their 2024-25 home kits.

The kits, made by Nike, were unveiled on PSG’s website and social media channels on Friday, May 10. PSG’s women’s team will wear them on the pitch for the first time in their D1 Arkana semifinal playoff against Paris FC on Saturday, May 11, while the men’s team will wear them on Sunday, May 12, when they host Toulouse in their final home match of the 2023-24 Ligue 1 season.

The base of the kit is solid navy blue, and the club’s traditional Hechter stripe — a broad red vertical stripe bordered in white — returns to the center of the shirt. But this time around, it is “reinterpreted with a fluid and dynamic brushstroke style,” PSG says on their website. “This fresh twist on a classic pattern embodies the bold and innovative identity of Paris Saint-Germain, a club synonymous with the new generation.”

The socks and shorts that go along with the shirt are also solid navy blue with very little embellishment.

Courtesy Paris Saint-Germain

PSG’s home kit launch also gave us the first look at Ligue 1’s new name and number font. The league introduced a new logo in March 2024, which can be seen in red at the base of the numbers. PSG’s name font is white with a red outline, while the numbers are white with red brushstroke highlights and what appears to be a light grey map of Paris.

Courtesy Paris Saint-Germain

We’ll have to wait for further Ligue 1 kit launches to see how many elements of the name and number fonts carry over to other clubs.

PSG recently wrapped up its 12th Ligue 1 championship. They currently lead AS Monaco by nine points, and Monaco have only two games remaining to play this season.