Giants will bring back 1980s-1990s uniforms for two home games this season

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For the second straight year, the Giants will wear their classic blue uniforms from the 1980s and 1990s for two home games this season.

The Giants announced they will wear the throwback uniforms on Sunday, October 22, against the Commanders, and on Monday, December 11 against the Packers. They also wore the throwback uniforms for two home games last year.

The classic uniforms are the same ones the team wore from 1980 to 1999. They feature a navy blue helmet with “GIANTS” on it, and red and blue trim on the jerseys and pants. MetLife Stadium will also have throwback end zone designs and wall wraps from the 1980s and 1990s for those games.

Giants fans associate those uniforms with many of the great players in franchise history, including Lawrence Taylor and Phil Simms, and the two Super Bowls they won in those uniforms under head coach Bill Parcells.

5 responses to “Giants will bring back 1980s-1990s uniforms for two home games this season

  1. Most of the teams in the NFL should revert back to their old uniforms and logos. Titans should revert back to the Oilers, Pats back to the Patriot Pat uni’s, TB back to Bucco Bruce, Eagles back to the old kelly green, Giants back these old uni’s…it just looked better back in the 80’s and 90’s, a lot of these new logos and uniforms suck!!!

  2. Now if they could just bring back L.T and Bill Parcells with Bill Belichick running their defense they might be relevant again

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