The NFL is now officially getting its new uniforms ready for Superbowl XLVII.
On Wednesday, the league announced that the uniforms will be worn during the game against the Seahawks in Inglewood, Calif.
The uniforms are part of the league’s uniform reset process.
It’s expected that they will be used during the first half of the game and will then be worn by the last two quarters of the match.
The NFL said the uniforms are designed to “bring the best of the NFL to life in new and exciting ways.”
“This is an unprecedented moment in the history of the Super Bowl,” NFL President and Chief Operating Officer Brian McCarthy said in a statement.
“This is a game of the future, and we are proud to deliver this game-changing uniform to our fans this weekend.
The new uniforms are a new and innovative way to present the most innovative look in the league.
They will also be a great addition to our fan experience, helping to elevate the Superbowl to another level.”
The new uniform will be the first to feature a “blue” color scheme, the same color scheme used for the new Nike Super Bowl 50 jerseys.
The new uniforms also feature a new logo that will be unveiled on Jan. 9.
The Seahawks are in the NFC South divisional round and are favored to win the NFC West.