In Pictures: PSG drops new home shirt for 2022-23 season with a brand new sponsor

In Pictures: PSG drops new home shirt for 2022-23 season with a brand new sponsor

The 2022–23 Paris Saint–Germain home jersey features the Qatar Airways and GOAT sponsorship badges combined for the first time. The French champions have presented their newest Nike uniform ahead of the upcoming season.


As Qatar Airways replaces PSG’s previous sponsor, hospitality business Accor, the front of these new uniforms will also have a new sponsor. The club’s renowned blue, red, and white colors will once again be used by players like Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe, but with an enhanced Hechter stripe pattern.

In light of PSG’s connection with the cutting-edge lifestyle platform, the phrase GOAT, which has come to be associated with Messi over his brilliant playing career, is also included on the sleeve.

A Vapour Match Shirt variant of PSG’s new men’s home shirt is also available for purchase on their official website for an additional £142. The French company has also made available a feminine version of the strip, which sells for the same price as the shirt for males.


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PSG will gear up for a new season aiming to win the Champions League:

Lionel Messi in new PSG kit

According to Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint Germain’s “clear and publicized ambition” for the upcoming campaign is to win its first Champions League.

Despite boasting an offensive three of Mbappe, Neymar, and Lionel Messi this past season, PSG was defeated by Real Madrid in the round of 16 of Europe’s premier club championship. PSG had previously finished second in 2020 and advanced to the semifinals in 2021.

The conditions of Mauricio Pochettino’s compensation from Paris Saint-Germain have delayed his departure from the Ligue 1 team.


The club has offered a payment package of £12.8 million (€15 million), and the two parties are close to reaching an agreement. However, there is still contention about a further £1.7 million (€ 2 million) payment that the former Tottenham coach feels is his due.

Pochettino will be replaced at the Parc des Princes by Christophe Galtier, who brilliantly led Nice last year and Lille to their astonishing Ligue 1 championship triumph in 2021. No statement has been made, although the club’s resumption to training is only a week away.

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