For those who watched David Beckham make his final appearance in professional football over the weekend would have witnessed the unveiling of the new Paris Saint-Germain kit for the 2013-14 season. Newly crowned league champions Paris Saint-Germain, who reclaimed the French league title for the first time in 19-years are renowned for the tri-colours that adorn their shirt and the new rendition makes for a compelling design.

The navy blue home shirt boasts a modern new graphic on the front of the shirt starting with a white block at the top, blue in the center and red at the bottom. The color-blocking evolved from the distinctive vertical and historical stripe design, which has traditionally appeared on the shirt. This dominant combination of colors reflects the dominance Paris Saint-Germain seek on the football pitch, while each color reflects a different club value: blue for grandeur, red for passion and white to represent respect. The shirt also has a blue ribbed crew neck collar and contrasting red ribbed cuffs on the sleeves. The design is further highlighted by the use of a recycled polyester, while fabrication and dry-fit technologies add to the innovative approach benefitting the players.