Notre Dame announced a new partnership with Under Armour. The deal will become effective July 1, Irish Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick said, with Under Armour replacing adidas as Notre Dame’s apparel supplier for all 26 varsity sports.
As we progress to next year’s Under Armour uniforms, can you guess how many variations of the Adidas jersey have been worn during Brian Kelly’s tenure?
Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick and UA CEO Kevin Plank jointly hold up a mock-up of next year’s football jersey. Let’s take a look back over the jerseys worn during Coach Brian Kelly’s tenure.
The Kelly era debuted with Notre Dame’s classic navy home jerseys. Former receiver Michael Floyd is pictured after beating Purdue in 2010.
The Irish also wore their traditional white road jerseys in 2010, here against Michigan State.
Midway through 2010, Notre Dame switched to adidas’ tighter TechFit jerseys. Kapron Lewis-Moore and Robert Blanton are pictured against Michigan State in 2011.
The Irish also wore TechFit jerseys on the road, like here against Pittsburgh in 2011.
In 2010’s Shamrock Series game, Notre Dame broke out the green jerseys against Army at Yankee Stadium.
Notre Dame added names to the back of the jersey for the Sun Bowl against Miami in 2010.
In 2011, Notre Dame and Michigan both wore throwback uniforms for their early-season showdown.
Notre Dame unveiled its shiner, brighter helmet midway through 2011 against USC. DaVaris Daniels is pictured with it against Oklahoma in 2013.
TJ Jones wears the new helmet in a game against Stanford in 2013.
The Irish wore different green Shamrock Series uniforms for a 2011 matchup with Maryland.
Notre Dame also wore names on the backs of its jerseys against Florida State, Alabama (pictured) and Rutgers.
In 2012’s season opener, Notre Dame wore Ireland-inspired accessories in its game against Navy.
At Soldier Field in 2012, Notre Dame wore these Shamrock Series uniforms.
2013’s Shamrock Series game saw the Irish go all white against Arizona State in Dallas.