After Gregg's tenure, the "TV numbers" were removed in 1988. Also introduced in 1959, an alternate logo was introduced that featured an interlocking yellow 'GB' on green. Although the team has used a number of different logos prior to 1961, the "G" is the only logo that has ever appeared on the helmet. It was found on sidelines whereit was worn on hats, shirts, and jackets by coaches, equipment managers, and trainers during games and practice sessions.
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And like the Irish in the 1930s and 1940s, the Packers sometimes used green and gold before returning to the traditional blue and gold. Over the course of the team's history, the team has maintained the same gay logo while wearing virtually the same uniforms over the years, with subtle changes made to give the uniforms an updated look. In 1970, the Packers conformed with a league mandate to apply last names on the backs of all players.
Start a Wiki. In 2007, the Packers paid tribute to Lambeau Field again, wearing the "Lambeau Field 50th Anniversary" patch for all home games.
The Packers also introduced a primary logo in 1961, which was used on official Packers stationery and publications. Lambeau solicited funds for uniforms from his employer, the Indian Packing Company. Packers home uniform. Adopted in 1964, the Georgia "G", though different in design and color, was similar to the Packers' "G".
While several NFL teams choose to wear white jerseys at home early in the season due to white's ability to reflect the late summer sunrays, the Packers have only done so only twice, during the opening two games of the 1989 season. The color scheme yields the common Packer nickname, "The Green and Gold.
Yet none have been successful. The anniversary celebrated one year's before the NFL's 75th anniversary season. In 1997, for the first time since Lombardi's 1958 team, the Packers' uniform returned to three stripes on a sleeve, shifting down from five stripes.
All uniforms featured a three-striped design on socks.