The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles are set to face off in Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and we now know what uniforms each team will be wearing.
With the NFL alternating the official “home” team for the Super Bowl every year, the Eagles are designated to be the home team this year, meaning they will grace the home locker room and wear their home uniforms while the Kansas City Chiefs will be wearing their away white uniforms.
On Tuesday, both teams unveiled its jerseys, sharing videos of a “Super Bowl LVII” patch being stitched to their jerseys:
Kansas City has worn red in its past three Super Bowls, IV, LIV and LV and will debut white for the first time with an NFL championship on the line on Feb. 12. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles won their only Super Bowl in 2017 wearing their home uniforms.
The Chiefs have two wins and one loss in their red Super Bowl jerseys. In the 56 Super Bowls played so far, the team wearing white has won 36 times, opposed to non-white teams, which have won 20 times.