Today in the Ticker: One of DIYer Wafflebored’s jerseys makes it into a museum, the “One Love” captain’s armband comes to English women’s soccer, and more.
- “In 1982, Greyhound Electronics published a football uniform game for their line of casino-themed arcade games,” says David Firestone.
- The AHL’s Tucson Roadrunners have a new white alternate jersey based on the Coyotes’ kachina jersey that had hard-to-see light-colored numbers the first time it was worn, but for its second appearance on Saturday changed to red numbers. (From Will Scheibler)
- The QMJHL’s Cape Breton Eagles wore pride uniforms on Saturday. (From Wade Heidt)
- The Junior A British Columbia Hockey League’s Salmon Arm Silverbacks wore ugly sweater-themed jerseys and socks on Saturday. (From Wade Heidt)
- The PHF’s Connecticut Whale revealed a new alternate.
- The jersey that DIYer Waffleboard created based on reader Chris Mizzoni’s research into the Vancouver Norvan Shipyards World War II-era amateur men’s team is now in a museum. The jersey was also mentioned in Wafflebored’s career retrospective blog post earlier this year.
- Australia: The A-Leagues’ championship games are to be held in Sydney, instead of being hosted by the higher-placed team.
- England: Women’s Super League captains wore the “One Love” armband yesterday.
- Sweden: New home shirt for IFK Göteborg. (From Ed Zelaski)
- The blog Museum of Jerseys has a new piece on Argentina’s 1998 men’s World Cup kits, where the first kit had black socks but the socks were only ever worn with the second shirt and shorts.
- Boxer Keyshawn Davis wore a memorial to the three murdered Virginia football players on his shorts on Saturday.
- Last week’s news that AFL Women’s is to ditch white shorts brought up a column from this summer from former Australian cricketer Alex Blackwell arguing that all women’s sports should drop white pants or shorts. Blackwell spent her career not only wearing white when playing in Tests, as all Test cricket players do, but also a variety of bright colors in the sport’s other formats.