1924 Football Jersey
Football is more than a game.
Great rivalries are more than discussions.
Players and coaches stay in one place. Loyalty matters.
Yes, there are other big events happening. The first Winter Olympic Games open in Chamonix, France. Walter Hagen wins at French Lick. "Happy Birthday to You!" is published. And Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Bluepremieres at Carnegie Hall.
But football is a phenomenon beginning to take hold of our country and our culture. It’s American, a contest of strength, strategy, and planning that all seem to understand.
I love to celebrate beginnings like this, and I hope you agree this jersey captures the energy and emotion of our game at that time.
1924 Football Jersey (No. 3731). I made this with pure cotton jersey knit. Crew neckline crosses at center front. Full-length sleeves with contrasting stripes. Three-inch ribbed cuffs. Side seams. Quilted elbow patches and yoke.
- Fabric Content: 100% Cotton.
- Care Instructions: Machine Washable.
- Length ranges from 29' to 31'. Varies by size.