With the NFL unveiling the logo for Super Bowl LIX earlier this week, we decided to take a look back at the previous 10 Super Bowls held in New Orleans.
While the confetti has barely settled on the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory in Super Bowl LVIII, the NFL unveiled the logo for Super LIX as league officials handed the game off from Las Vegas to New Orleans on Monday.
We’ve decided to take a look back at the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers’ Super Bowl appearances with an assist from our friends at The Gridiron Uniform Database.
The Kansas City Chiefs added a “NKH” patch to the right shoulder of their jerseys this season in honor of late minority owner Norma Knobel Hunt, the widow of team founder Lamar Hunt who passed away in June.
The Kansas City Chiefs have worn a patch on the left shoulder of their jerseys since the 2007 season in honor of late founder Lamar Hunt, who was also the founder of the American Football League, which merged with the NFL in 1970.
Not only are the uniforms slightly different than their meeting in Super Bowl LIV, the field design for Sunday’s Super Bowl LVIII matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers is different, as well.
With Bill Belichick, Nick Saban and Pete Carroll no longer with the New England Patriots, Alabama Crimson Tide and Seattle Seahawks, we decided to take a logo-centric look back at their respective careers.
The colors used in the last two Super Bowl logos have matched the participants, so New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers is hoping the design for Super Bowl LIX includes a shade of green.
The Seattle Seahawks will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their Super Bowl XLVIII victory by wearing the same uniform combination they wore in the win over the Denver Broncos during Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers.