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Making a perfect lateral across the channel, Nike have followed up last month’s London-based American football jerseys with a pair of continental classics. The two new franchises are PSG and Barcelona – scroll down to see if they can match the standard set by Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.

We know what to expect – gridiron-styled reworks of the clubs’ respective 18/19 home kits – but Nike have delivered big time on the designs here. The huge red vertical stripe down the centre of the PSG shirt is very American, as is the glossy look. A nice little touch too on the V-neck collar, with a gold fleur-de-lis taking pride of place at the join.


“ICI C’EST PARIS” is emblazoned across the back neck, and as for the chosen player … of course it’s Neymar Jr. The mercurial Brazilian’s name is on the back of the shirt, and his trademark No.10 is on the front, back, and shoulders. Reckon he could do a job at wide receiver? He’d have a few good touchdown celebrations in his locker, that’s for sure.

The Barcelona shirt, meanwhile, is a lot more in line with the soccer offering, maintaining a very similar striped design. Coutinho’s the player of choice here, being Barca’s biggest-name Nike player, and we know a lot of you will appreciate the fact it’s a lucky number seven on the back of the jersey. The famous crest being on the sleeve is pretty cool too. All four of these US-style shirts have moved the club badge from its regular position onto the arm, but Barcelona’s looks particularly good there – must be the colour combo.
Quite the flag football team Nike are building here: Neymar, Coutinho, and Hazard running off QB1 Kane. Who’s next? Inter’s Icardi? Roma’s Under? We’ll have to wait and see, but in the meantime, the new Nike FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain Limited Jerseys are available now at

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