In preparation for next week’s season opener against Ole Miss, the Louisville football program unveiled new all-red uniforms on Tuesday afternoon.
The jerseys feature a screenprinted wing pattern on the shoulders and sleeve that are actually reminiscent of an old Oregon wing design (2013-15). The biggest difference is that the Cardinals don’t use a contrasting color to fill in the wings like the Ducks did.
The Louisville wordmark and numbers, meanwhile, harken back to the late-2000s with a black drop shadow, replacing the thin black outline from the Cardinals’ previous set.
The uniform is complete with a red helmet that features an all-white version of Louisville’s primary logo on both sides, as well as red pants that feature a black version of the same logo on the right hip. The front helmet bumper also includes the word “BELIEF” with the Old English “L” in black, replacing the ACC mark that used to reside in that spot.
The Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game between the Cardinals and Rebels in Atlanta is set for an 8 p.m. ET kickoff on Sept. 6.
Photos courtesy of @UofLFootball on Twitter.