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Ligue 1 Drip Check: PSG, OL, and Strasbourg's New Kits

Ligue 1 Drip Check: PSG, OL, and Strasbourg's New Kits

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Publish on 05/17 at 22:00 - E. RAZO

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The 2023-24 Ligue 1 season still has a final matchday to go, but clubs like Olympique Lyonnais, Paris Saint-Germain, and RC Strasbourg are already looking ahead to the next campaign. Here's a look at the new kits that made an early debut before next season.

Paris Saint-Germain

Nike and PSG have unveiled a fresh take on the classic Hechter jersey, drawing inspiration from the vibrant urban art scene that defines Greater Paris. This revamped shirt retains the iconic red central band but adds a contemporary twist with intricate white lines, boldly reimagined with brushstroke-like flair.

The Parisians used their new home kit for the 2024-25 season just before their last home match against Toulouse FCThis also happened to be Kylian Mbappé's final game at the Parc des Princes, and he scored in this new kit as the Parisians fell 3-1 to Les Violets

RC Strasbourg

Adidas and Strasbourg embrace a retro vibe for the 2024-25 home kit, channeling the essence of the 1986-87 season with iconic features like the dominant royal blue color, polo collar, and vertical lines intricately woven into the fabric.

Unlike PSG, who fell while debuting their new threads, Les Bleu et Blanc secured a 2-1 win over FC Metz in the latest edition of the Derby de l'Est, with Andrey Santos scoring the game-winner in the second-half stoppage time. The new kits brought a touch of winning to Strasbourg as a new season approaches. 

Olympique Lyonnais

Lyon didn't unveil their new look for the upcoming season during the busy slate of matches last weekend. Instead, OL revealed their fresh threads on Wednesday, with key players like Rayan Cherki showcasing the new look for Les Gones next season.

OL and Adidas have combined the club's essence with that of the city, crafting a modern design for the jersey. Drawing inspiration from Lyon's defining geographical features—the Rhône and the Saône rivers—the jersey reflects this influence.

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