First Look: Super Bowl LVII patches added to Eagles and Chiefs jerseys, uniforms announced
Super Bowl LVII is just 12 days away but it will almost certainly feel like an eternity until the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will battle it out in Glendale, Arizona for the Lombardi Trophy.
Until then, we’ll post every little update possible to hold us over until next Sunday, and trust me when I say, there’s nothing better than a fresh jersey, especially for the Super Bowl.
After many years of boring, plain patches, the NFL really stepped up their game in 2023, bringing back a colorful Super Bowl logo that will be displayed everywhere for the next two weeks, including the players’ jerseys.
Take a first look at the Super Bowl LVII patch getting stitched onto the Eagles’ midnight green jerseys.
The Eagles are the home team in Super Bowl LVII, which means they got the first pick at what jersey they will wear on the NFL’s biggest stage. To nobody’s surprise, the team went with Midnight Green, along with white pants.
The Kansas City Chiefs announced earlier today that they will be wearing their white away jerseys with yellow stitching around the red numbers,
First thought off the rip: The Eagles have won the first battle.
Nothing beats the simple Eagles midnight green jerseys. The team won their first Super Bowl in franchise history in the green jerseys five years ago vs. the Patriots, and they’ll look to win their second on February 12th.
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