Monday’s meeting between Collectif Ultras Paris and PSG’s management seemed to have paid off, with the ultras group having announced tonight that they will now resume their activities. Relations between the Paris Saint-Germain ultras and the management had turned sour in the wake of protests outside the club’s headquarters, which culminated in a group of fans going to Neymar’s house to call for the Brazilian playmaker to leave. The ultras group, although denying responsibility for the latter action, was then punished by the club. Their ticket allocation to the away game at Troyes was cancelled, which led to CUP suspending their activities.
Communiqué du 10 Mai 2023.@PSG_inside @A_N_Supporters pic.twitter.com/ZTwHjE7hVp
— Collectif Ultras Paris (@Co_Ultras_Paris) May 10, 2023
Now, it appears that PSG will be able to celebrate their anticipated 11th league title in front of their faithful fans. CUP have announced on Wednesday that they will be resuming their activities, starting tonight for PSG Handball’s EHF Champions League game against Kiel. The Collectif Ultras Paris have revealed that the hugely popular Hechter kit, the team’s historic jersey with a wide red strip down the middle of the blue home kit, would make a comeback for the 2024-2025 season. “Its lasting return is underway, we’re working on it“, the CUP has announced.
Furthermore, the ultras group assessed that the club’s official ticket resale platform for the Virage Auteuil end would be amended in order to “entrench a popular stand, accessible to Parisian fans.” PSG have a six-point lead on second-placed Lens with three games left to play, and will travel to relegation-battling Auxerre on Sunday.
GFFN | Bastien Cheval