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Uni Watch News Ticker for September 10, 2022

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In today’s ticker, we’ve got memorial decals in the NFL and CFL, Negro Leagues unis in Pittsburgh, and an Italian soccer club finally releasing their away kits.

Baseball

MLB

Football

NFL

  • The Steelers are adding a memorial decal for Dwayne Haskins to their helmets. (From multiple readers)
  • The Ravens are adding a memorial decal for Tony Siragusa and Jaylon Ferguson, who both died in June. (From Stephen Murphy and Marcus Hall)
  • The Niners have released their uni schedule. (From Tom Poulson)

College

  • Here are this weekend’s uni combos for FSU (UPDATE: This is for NEXT Friday) and Kentucky.
  • Though Penn State plays without NOBs, fans can now add them to replica jerseys. (From William F. Yurasko)

CFL

  • The Saskatchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers will add a memorial decal for the victims of the stabbing spree in James Smith Cree Nation. The use of red, rather than black, as a nod to Cree culture is especially poignant. (From Wade Heidt and Moe Khan)
Hockey

NHL

  • The Sharks’ new sweaters were leaked by a retailer prematurely placing them for sale. I’m loving the stripes. Different angle here (From multiple readers)

Minors/Juniors

  • The WHL’s Everett Silvertips will wear jerseys with their 20th anniversary logo as the primary crest this season. (From Dave Sizer)
Soccer

International

  • Champions League clubs are wearing four different sleeve patch designs. (From Kary Klismet)
  • Egypt: New home kits for Zamalek. (From Kary Klismet)
  • England: New third kits for Lincoln City of League One. (From Kary Klismet)
  • France: New third kits for Paris Saint-Germain, which are basically inverted versions of their primary kit. (From Kary Klismet)
  • Italy: Inter Milan have finally released their away kit, six matches into the season. And considering how it looks, I can’t blame them for holding off for so long. (From Kary Klismet)
  • Turkey: New kits for Konyaspor. (From Kary Klismet)
Auto Racing
  • A number of Formula 1 teams memorialized Queen Elizabeth in various ways. Several drivers wore black armbands, Williams added a small memorial to the top of the halo, while Aston Martin and Red Bull added memorials to the nose.
  • Staying in F1, Ferrari are fielding a one-off livery to celebrate their 75th anniversary at their home grand prix.
Grab Bag
  • While the Premier League is shut down, cricket is still ongoing in Britain. Players will wear black armbands and advertising boards will be replaced with memorials to Queen Elizabeth during matches this weekend. (From @2pants and our own Jamie Rathjen)
  • Frances Tiafoe and Carlos Alcaraz wore the same shirt during their US Open match. (From multiple readers)
  • Heinz is adding real ketchup stains to thrifted designer clothes as part of a marketing campaign.
  • Australia’s central bank has revealed plans for Australian currency following Queen Elizabeth’s death. No immediate changes are coming to bank notes, but minting of new coins with King Charles III’s portrait will begin soon.
Comments (6)

    In the college football uniform combos post the FSU all-white uniform is for next Friday (9/16) while the Kentucky uniform is for today.

    Sharks are finally figuring it out. Getting rid of the orange is a huge improvement. This set comes in as a close second to their original look.

    Though Penn State plays without NOBs, fans can now add them to replica jerseys

    No.
    As much as I think that PSU could *slightly* upgrade their unis, that’s as bad as putting a NOB to a Yankees fan jersey.

    In the age of NIL you need the player’s name on the jersey. Otherwise you don’t know who the player is. Example-The Number 11 jersey is for Abdul Carter. However, a NNOB jersey could be Lavar Arrington, Navarro Bowman. Matt McGloin or Micah Parsons.

    Frankly I wouldn’t mind the names on the jerseys and a blue stripe on the pants.

    Oh and a few years back for Christmas I gave my adult son a blue 26 jersey with the name Barkley on it. He wears it proudly.

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