The Kansas City Chiefs didn't take long to expose as many fans as possible to the new look of the Nike NFL uniforms. In fact, they're giving them away to each and every season ticket holder as a way of showing their gratitude to the fans as well as commemorating the team's 50th anniversary of football in the Kansas City area. The announcement came today on the team's main website.
Each account holder will have the option to choose name/number and size on their brand new Chiefs jersey which was just released by Nike. The jersey will come with a commemorative STH (Season Ticket Holder) patch that can be placed onto the right shoulder, opposite of the Lamar Hunt AFL patch, if the recipient so chooses. Account holders will also have the option to purchase additional jerseys at a discounted rate.
"This is a great opportunity for us to say thank you to our fans for the support they have given us," said Head Coach Romeo Crennel. "The season is just around the corner, and I'm really looking forward to seeing our fans out there in that Sea of Red cheering us on."
For more on the Chiefs 50th anniversary in KC, check out Arrowhead Pride.