One of the most valuable sport franchises in the world, Dallas Cowboys, joined the NFL in 1960, as an expansion team. It is also one of the most popular teams in NFL, judging by their record of 160 sell out games, 81 of which was on the road. Cowboys hold the record for most Super Bowl appearances, playing in eight of them, along with 8 NFC championships they won. They also hold the record for 20 consecutive winning seasons (1966-1985). It is one of the longest winning streaks in professional sport. According to Forbs magazine, Dallas Cowboys are one of the wealthiest sport clubs in the world, earning about 269 million dollars annually. They play their home games at Cowboys Stadium. Below, we are going to look deeper into Dallas Cowboys jerseys and see if they are good.
Original Cowboys jerseys from 1960 were blue with white sleeves and a blue Texas star on each shoulder for home games and negative opposite on the road. However, in 1964 team’s first president Tex Schramm decided that Dallas football fans should see other teams’ colored uniforms and started a tradition that last today, that Cowboys play their home games in white jerseys. This was done despite the convention that team play their home games in color uniform and away in white ones. Since then several other teams have adopted this.
Today’s home jersey is white, with two blue stripes on the sleeves, while away is navy blue with white and gray stripes and star on sleeves. This jersey is nicknamed “Star and Stripes jersey.” Home pants are metallic silver blue and away are pearlish metallic-silver color. Helmets, originally white, are also are metallic silver blue, with a white vertical stripe, outlined in blue.
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