With less than a month until Fan Controlled Football kicks off its inaugural season on Feb. 13, the league this week officially unveiled the uniforms for its four founding teams.
Naturally, the uniforms were designed by fans in partnership with Champion, the league’s official outfitter. Three finalists were named last month and fans could choose their favorite from those options.
The results of that vote are as follows:
Up first is the uniform for the Glacier Boyz, a team owned by multi-platinum recording artist Quavo, San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman and YouTube sensation/former UCF kicker Donald De Lay Haye, also known as Deestroying. It features a light blue to red sublimated gradient pattern with black number, gray shoulder caps with a black and red design, the Glacier Boys wordmark across the chest and team logos on both shoulders.
The uniform for the Zappers – which are run by New York Mets pitcher Trevor May and sports broadcasting personality Bob Menery – is black with red numbers outlined in gold, the Zappers wordmark on the chest, the team logo on both shoulders and a honeycomb pattern on the sleeves.
The uniform for the Beasts, which are owned by Super Bowl champion running back Marshawn Lynch, boxing legend Mike Tyson and professional wrestler Miro, features a black to green sublimated gradient pattern with gold numbers, the Beasts wordmark across the chest and gold-accented sleeves with the team logo.
Last but not least, the uniform for the Wild Aces – which are run by Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler and Greg Miller, founder of the Kinda Funny YouTube channel and podcast – features a purple to pink sublimated gradient pattern with white numbers and light blue accents on the back, collar and sleeves. The Wild Aces wordmark is prominently displayed on the chest, while the team logo can be seen on both sleeves.
The jerseys, which will presumably be replaced with a new design each season based upon the v1.0 distinction, can be purchased in both adult and youth sizes for $60 on Fan Controlled Football’s official store.
Photos courtesy of @fcflio on Twitter.