The Green Bay Packers announced on Wednesday they’ll wear their 1950s throwback uniforms during their Nov. 19 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, which kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on FOX.
The uniforms feature green jerseys with gold numbers and two gold stripes on the sleeves, green pants with a single gold stripe down the sides and green socks with stripes that match the sleeves, reminiscent of what the Packers wore from 1950-53.
The throwback look is complete with Green Bay’s standard gold helmet – sans decals – and a gray facemask, which is the only part of the uniform that isn’t historically accurate, as players weren’t required to wear facemasks until 1955.
The Packers are 1-1 in the throwback uniforms since they were unveiled, including a 24-10 win over the Washington Football Team in 2021 and a 27-10 loss to the New York Jets in 2022. That suggests next weekend’s game will be their only appearance this season.