Chiefs Unveil 2020 Super Bowl Jerseys
The Chiefs unveiled their 2020 Super Bowl jerseys on Tuesday.
Kansas City defeated the Tennessee Titans this past weekend in the AFC Championship Game.
By doing so, the franchise clinched its first Super Bowl appearance in half a century.
This week, the team announced that they would be wearing the same jerseys for Super Bowl LIV that they wore in their last Super Bowl 50 years ago.
The Chiefs’ uniform will be their red jerseys with white pants and red helmets.
Ohhhhhhh man 🚀 pic.twitter.com/iZ1MjJseTj
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) January 21, 2020
Kansas City introduced the uniform to fans on Tuesday by having quarterback Patrick Mahomes model it out.
The San Francisco 49ers reportedly wanted to wear their all-white 1994 uniforms for the big game.
It too would have been the set that their franchise wore during their last Super Bowl appearance.
Unfortunately, it was announced on Monday that they would not be wearing those. Instead, the Niners will be wearing their old white jerseys with gold pants and gold helmets.
Super Bowl LIV between Kansas City and San Francisco is set to take place on February 2 in Miami, Florida.