PSG are making pear juice at their future training centre

10 January 2020

Kylian Mbappe
Photo: Getty Images Kylian Mbappe celebrating his goal against FC Nantes on the night the pear juice was first served to spectators on Parc des Princes. PSG won the match 2-0 - the other goal was scored by Neymar.

The juice is made from pears grown in orchards at the club's future training centre.

The juice was first served in December and the club intend to continue production in the years to come.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

The French league leaders, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), have launched a craft pear juice.

So far, spectator perks at the club's stadium, Parc de Princes, such as food delivery directly to the seats and driverless transport at all the club's locations, have been made possible through partnerships with outside companies.

But now PSG have launched their first self-made product, with which the club are looking "to bring an even more unique slant to the spectator experience," PSG said in a statement.

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