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The Hecter Jersey, a historic symbol of PSG.
In 1973, the famous couturier and president of PSG, Daniel Hechter designed the iconic blue jersey with the central red stripe framed by white edging. Except for the 1974/1975 season, the Hechter style shirt remained the home shirt until 1981.
The first real “Fuoriclasse” in the history of Paris Saint-Germain, Mustapha Dahleb has pledged unfailing loyalty for 10 seasons at PSG.
Hechter's inspiration doesn't come from the famous Ajax Amsterdam shirt, as many think, but from a Ford Mustang. The Parisian stylist took as a model the central band on the bonnet which extends onto the roof of the mythical car.
After 13 seasons of absence from official uniforms or relegation in the away jersey, the classic outfit of Parisian history once again became the home jersey for the 1994/1995 season, to the delight of the supporters, with the equipment supplier Nike.
The coronation of PSG in 1996 during the cup of cups
During the 1994/1995 season, PSG attempted a logo change on the Hechter jersey. It will only last a year. The Parisian club opts for a rectangular blue and red logo where it is registered PSG.
1998/1999 PSG Shirts Home and Away
PSG fans can look forward to traditional shirts until 2000. After that, the designs of the shirts no longer resemble the Hechter style. We had to wait until the 2005/06 season to see Parisian players again wearing Hechter jerseys.
The 21st century is marked by alternating styles of PSG jerseys. The supporters militate, certain seasons, to find the original shirt, symbol of the club, by demonstrating in front of the shops of the club.