Fan Clubs, Soccer

Paris Saint-Germain F.C. Ligue 1 Watch Parties & Fan Club Events for PSG

Paris Saint-Germain F.C. may have been established in 1970, but it is already one of the winningest fútbol clubs in France. With eight Ligue I championships and a series of other trophies, PSG is definitely a European powerhouse in regards to soccer. With famed players Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, the strength of PSG should continue to grow. This strength is not only seen on the pitch, but also on social media as Paris Saint-Germain has become a worldwide brand. With 26.7 million Instagram followers, 7.51 million Twitter followers, and 39.41 million Facebook followers, PSG have developed a social media portfolio that informs and engages with fans around the world. 

PSG have also constructed numerous resources on their website to aid the fan experience and provide opportunities for fans to engage with the team regardless of their location. PSG TV is an exclusive resource that allows fans to get an inside perspective on the club. From management to players, PSG TV shows highlights, interviews, and footage from the practice pitch. Furthermore, Paris Saint-Germain F.C. have built a portal that demonstrates what fans across the world are doing to show their support for their club. From reunions to beach days, PSG fans often collaborate, hangout, and celebrate the greatness of the team they love with one another. 

Finally, when Paris Saint-Germain F.C. fans are not together, there are numerous accounts across social media as well as websites which allow PSG fans everywhere to discuss #Déterminés. PSGTalk provides fans with “unfiltered” news, analysis, and opinions. Furthermore, the PSGTalk Twitter account is an informative and up-to-date information outlet. FanWide, the world’s top fan club network, is host to one PSG fan club as well as numerous watch parties. Please contact FanWide if you are interested in creating your own Paris Saint-Germain fan club, or registering your PSG fan club with our database. No matter where you live, FanWide can connect Paris fans together.

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