Tuesday, March 2, 2010

PSG home kits 2009/2010

Have been a few days I did not write here, delighted to return with Paris St Germain team
home kits for season 2009/10. Project
Collaboration together with my friend Omar
Andrés Martínez from the Aikits willing to help
me with drawing vector for the team and sponsor logos for PSG. Actually more collaboration kits with friends I will display in the future.

Tribute to the two eras in the club's history, the
home shirt is mainly PSG’s traditional home colours of Navy Blue combines the club's
red/white colours (in 1970, when Stade Saint-
Germain club merged with Paris FC to become
PSG, and adopted the red and blue colours of Paris) with a new pinstripe design, which has
caused some controversy amongst the fans, as it strays away from the more traditional blue
shirt with a central red vertical stripe trimmed with white. The collar and ends of the sleeves
are also red. The club embroidered badge is on the left of the shirt and the makers have their
logo on the right of the shirt in white. The club sponsor Fly Emirates has their name written
across the middle of the shirt in white.

On Sunday 13 December, for the match PSG - Saint-Étienne at the Parc des Princes, Paris
Saint-Germain Football Club has decided to support 'Restos du Cœur', a charity service
which provides food for the needy, and has offered the club shirt to the charity to increase
public awareness. The PSG players will compete Week 17 of the Ligue 1 championship with the
colours of the charity, created in 1985 by French comedian Coluche, on their backs. The
kick-off will be taken by Olivier Berthes, president of the Restos du Cœur. Paris Saint-
Germain has also decided to offer five euros from every shirt sold to the Restos du Coeur charity.

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