Paris Saint-Germain invited these select journalists to enjoy a unique experience, in which they got to see the club from the inside for four days.
The programme included meeting with President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, Club directors and players, a visit to the Ooredoo Training Centre and to a site of the Paris Saint-Germain Academy in Puteau, a briefing session with the Paris Saint-Germain Foundation, and of course a sample of Parisian cuisine at the Grand Palais for the Taste of Paris event.
This unique programme, designed to win over the hearts of the journalists, illustrates the Club’s desire to address their Asian fans as directly as possible, especially since their number is growing with more and more people following the club, particularly via social media.
At the same time, members of a local Fans Club in Indonesia were meeting for the first time in the presence of a delegation from the club which had come to greet them. Paris Saint-Germain has had a presence in the country since 2013, and now has over 2.6 million fans. On monday, these fans on the other side of the world were given the chance to take part in a treasure hunt around the streets of Jakarta, followed by a public broadcast of the Paris Saint-Germain - Chelsea match the following day organised by the club in conjunction with its regional Partner Super 02.
Paris Saint-Germain goes from one success to another, winning over the hearts and minds of fans around the world and spreading the passion for the red and blue.