Paris Saint-Germain and Dutch sports social enterprise KLABU have joined forces with a new jersey collaboration to support children in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh – the world’s largest refugee camp, hosting nearly a million displaced Rohingya.
The two forces, alongside the Bangladeshi NGO Friendship, launched a sports club in the refugee camp last year, providing children with a colourful, all-encompassing club centre with a mobile clubhouse truck. For International Children’s Day, they have teamed up again to release a collaborative kit to raise money for the club.
The new KLABU x PSG kit features a cream base with the Dutch brand’s signature butterfly print arriving in a golden colourway. A deep shade of blue finishes off the details, making the collar and badge pop.
KLABU and a golden PSG crest sit on the right side of the chest, while a blue and gold Cox’s Bazar Spirit badge is stitched above the heart. On the back, instead of a shirt number, ‘KLABU’ is written below the neck.
Take a closer look at the jersey below.