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What is Paris Saint Germain Football Club about

Wednesday Jul 15, 2020

 PSG was founded in 1970; they participated in the Ligue 1 of the French Premier League. It is the most successful club in France and has won 40 competition honors, including nine league titles and two European championship trophies. They won their first major honor in the French Cup in 1982 and won their first debut in 1986. The 1990s was the most successful period in PSG history: they won the second league championship, three French Cups, two League Cups, two French Super Cups in 1996, especially their first European honor, the European Union Cup winner cup.

 Their hometown is Prince Park. Since their establishment, they have represented the city of Paris and the nearby royal town of Saint Germain. Therefore, red, blue and white are the traditional colors of the club. Red and blue are Paris colors. On the hilltop of the club, the red Eiffel Tower and blue background represent Paris, while white is a hint of the Saint-Germain coat of arms. Fleur de lys is also a symbol of the royal family, reminiscent of the birth of King Louis XIV of France in the town. After a period of decline in the 2000s, the club experienced a renaissance in the 2010s. PSG has won more trophies than any other decade, including seven of their nine league titles and sixteen National Cup matches. However, they have never been close to completing their main goal, the Champions League.

 How Paris Saint-Germain Football Club represented

 PSG Club is the highest performing club and is one of only two French clubs to win the European Championship. They are also the most popular football club in France and one of the most widely supported teams in the world. PSG's home kit colors are red, blue and white. The Eiffel Tower and irises are on the top of the club. PSG has a long-term competition with the Olympique de Marseille. This two-person competition is the most notorious game of French football and is called Le Classique. Paris Saint-Germain is the most popular football club in France and one of the most supported teams in the world. Notable PSG fans include former French President Nicolas Sarkozy (Nicolas Sarkozy) and retired NBA player Tony Parker (Tony Parker).

 The current players in PSG are:-

  Keylor Navas
  Thiago Silva
  Presnel Kimpembe
  Thilo Kehrer
  Marquinhos
  Marco Verratti
  Kylian Mbappé
  Leandro Paredes
  Neymar
  Ángel Di María
  Sergio Rico
  Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
  Mauro Icardi
  Pablo Sarabia
  Layvin Kurzawa
  Ander Herrera
  Julian Draxler
  Mitchel Bakker
  Idrissa Gueye
  Marcin Bułka
  Colin Dagba
  Arnaud Kalimuendo
  Loïc Mbe Soh
  Garissone Innocent
  Denis Franchi
  Timothée Pembélé
  Isaac Hemans
  Kays Ruiz-Atil
  Jesé

 PSG’s performance over the years

 In the longest time, PSG is the most popular football club in France and one of the most supported teams in the world. Notable PSG fans include former French President Nicolas Sarkozy) and retired NBA player Tony Parker. They did not really belong to the elite football club. It wasn't until 1970 that a group of businessmen passed the plan to merge the Paris Football Club and the Saint-Germain Stadium into a club called Paris Saint-Germain. Not surprisingly, PSG immediately aroused the sympathy of the Paris crowd, and people happily finally have a club that can compete for domestic trophies. Soon after being promoted Saint Germain moved into the legendary Parc des Princes and became today's residence.

 Greater investment leads to international success After Canal took over in 1991; the future of the club is destined to be great. As the new boss invested a lot of money in big-name teams PSG quickly developed into one of the country's leading clubs. In addition to winning the second Ligue 1 trophy, three French Cups, and League Cups PSG became the second in the European Cup the French club that defeated Rapid Wien to win the European Championship.
  

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