French Ligue 1 Kits WITH Tobacco & Alcohol Sponsors!

Since 1991 French clubs have been banned from advertising tobacco and alcohol on the front of their jerseys, but one fan has mocked up how the kits could look if they were aloud.

Back in 1991 ‘The Evin Law’ was passed which banned the advertisement of alcohol and tobacco across France including football kit sponsorship.

French football fan Clem Goueset decided to mock up what some of the leading French Ligue 1 sides kits could look like if the law didn’t exist and brands such as Marlboro, Martini and Smirnoff were aloud to sponsor the clubs with some pretty impressive results.

Lyon Home Shirt Sponsored By Absolut Vodka
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Lille Jersey Sponsored By Smirnoff

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PSG Home Shirt Sponsored By Martini

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Rennes Jersey Sponsored By Bacardi

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AS Monaco Kit Sponsored By Marlboro

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and this little gem sponsored by Jack Daniels!

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