Having passed the five year mark in their partnership back in September and with the release of the new 4th kit, PSG and Jordan now have 12 kits to their collective name, and here we round them all up.

It’s now been over five years since PSG x Jordan completely changed the course of football culture as we know it, and the king of collaborations has now produced 12 kits following the reveal of the 23/24 fourth kit. Those kits have alternated between home, away, third and fourth shirts, but since the 18//19 campaign we’ve had two releases per season, regular as clockwork, and that’s continued despite the exclusivity of PSG’s deal with the basketball brand expiring at the end of the 21/22 season.

So now we round up all 12 kits in one handy, chronologically ordered place for you to scroll through at your leisure. Some good, some great, but all worthy of appreciation.

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18/19 Third

The collaboration’s debut in 2018/19 came with arguably more hype and fire than any release in history, and it did not disappoint. The dark aesthetic of this one just makes that Jumpman debut standout all the more. Simple, sleek, and superb.

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18/19 Fourth

Two clean and contrasting options that perfectly introduced the first elite level kits produced by a non-footballing brand. The first in the pair that announced the collaboration on pitch five years ago, and probably one of the cleanest to date.

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19/20 Away

The Jordan Brand influence on the design of the 19/20 away kit ran deep, flooded as it was in the iconic infrared shade first introduced on the Air Jordan VI back in 1991, and this resulted in the blistering away look. Eye-catching and the definition of statement.

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19/20 Fourth

Just captures everything a PSG x Jordan shirt should be – Nike pushing their Swoosh aside to let the Jumpman logo dance on an understated black kit with a vibrant French tricolour flag running down the middle of the jersey, recreating that Hechter stripe.

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20/21 Third

A strong departure from any previous colour schemes, fuelled by a nod to the colour of the Air Jordan VII, debuted by Michael Jordan on the floors of the 1992 NBA All-Star Game. The VII was the brand’s first pair to feature the Bordeaux colour, and it translated beautifully on to the pitch.

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20/21 Fourth

Tiptoeing precariously along the line between so good and diabolical, this shirt was the most experimental of the lot. Were it not a product of the PSG x Jordan collab then it may not have been looked on as favourably in some quarters, but it’s a welcome addition that broke away from what had come before.

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21/22 Home

The Jumpman’s promotion to the home kit was a huge marker, and the brand nailed the design, veering away from tradition and bringing the basketball aesthetic into the design. While the shirt was good, it really was all about those shorts…

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21/22 Fourth

Nice and clean and carrying the basketball vibes on from the home shirt. Only down side was that it was the same template as the home shirt for this season, just with a colour change up.

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22/23 Away

To say that the 22/23 season’s away kit is the low point of the entire PSG x Jordan catalogue of kits is an indication of just how good the run has been. Lacked a little bit of anything sterling, and wasn’t quite a big enough departure from the 18/19 fourth shirt.

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22/23 Fourth

The 22/23 fourth kit was a real return to top form. The dark base and the ties to the city of lights gave it added meaning, but who really needs that when it looks this good?

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23/24 Third

This season’s third kit brought with it a first, with the presence of the iconic elephant print, intimately connected with Jordan throughout the world since its appearance in 1988, and appearing on a football jersey for the first time.

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23/24 Fourth

That elephant print was carried across to the third shirt, which was presented in desert tones with green and navy accents. Another classy look for the Parsians.