Nike and France's Paris Saint-Germain Club today announced the team's new home jerseys in the 2018-19 season, and the new jerseys have been shown to be cherished by fans for their long history of red and blue.

    Those who gathered at the Prince Park Stadium created one of the most prestigious atmospheres in the world football. It was characterized by the deafening noises of the stadium on the day of the match. It was inspired by this that the designers will be famous portraits of Paris Saint-Germain. Red stripes appear as visual effects similar to sound waves.

   The home jerseys are paired with blue shorts and socks, and the socks are lined with red stripes studded with white borders to ensure that the club's traditional tri-colors show from head to toe.

   The jersey uses high-performance knitted fabrics equipped with the latest Vaporknit technology to increase speed through both performance and aesthetics. The visible meshes on the chest and back are accurately mapped based on athlete fever and perspiration data to provide optimal breathability. The new heat transfer team badge is 64% lighter than before, and is Nike's most breathable team logo so far. Shorts remove the outer seams, reducing friction and increasing the freedom of movement. In each home game, the slogan "Ici c'est Paris (here is Paris)" was repeated in the stands and it also appeared in the collar of the new jersey.

   Paris Saint-Germain has a rich tradition and is concentrated in this jersey that fans and players love. Midfielder Marco Verratti said: "Whenever I enter the locker room, I always feel proud when I see the jersey with my name on it. When I step into the stadium, I feel the power from the fans. They are always pushing us to constantly surpass ourselves.”