Owning a game-worn jersey from your favorite football player is a dream for many die-hard fans. For PSG fans, it could become a reality.
Dream Bigger, that’s what Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) invites its fans to do. Well, one of their dreams could become a reality thanks to the team’s principal partner and jersey sponsor, Accor Live Limitless (ALL).
ALL is providing die-hard fans the opportunity to win one of five worn PSG jerseys, signed by football icons like Neymar Jr, Kylian Mbappé, Angel Di Maria, Marquinhos, and Presnel Kimpembé.
The 2020/21 season Jordan “Bordeaux” kit was unveiled for the first time during PSG’s Champions League victory in Istanbul last week. Following the game, the five jerseys were signed by the players and will now be available on the fashion resale platform Vestiaire Collective.
For a chance to win a jersey, fans need to register on the Vestiaire Collective website and add the PSG kit to their wish list.
The competition is open to everyone globally and runs from October 29 until November 2, 2020. Five winners will be picked at random on November 3, and can then collect their second-hand shirt at one of Accor Group’s global locations.
To avoid the risk associated with Covid-19, all the worn PSG jerseys will be washed at 60°C before being given to the winners at least one week after the match.
To get a shot, head over to Vestiaire Collective’s website and enter the competition.
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