New York Giants

The New York Giants historic franchise dates back to 1925. The Giants have always worn dark blue home uniforms. Finding pictures of early Giants photos has been tough.

The Giants began wearing the lower case NY logo on their helmet in 1961. Back then the organization wore a dark blue home jersey with gray pants.


1960's Uniform

That uniform combination did not change until 1975 when the NY was changed to a sharper looking italicized NY. That helmet logo only lasted a year and in 1975 the logo was changed to an italicized and underlined GIANTS logo.


1980's Uniform

During the 70's the Giants experimented with white pants and several types of stripes on the jersey sleeves. During the 70's, 80's and 90's the Giants kept this look until the franchise switched back to the throwback uniform of the 1960's.


Current Uniform

The New York Giants have retired the following jerseys: #1 Ray Flaherty, #4 Tuffy Leemans, #7 Mel Hein, #11 Phil Simms, #14 Y.A. Tittle, #16 Frank Gifford, #32 Al Blozis, #40 Joe Morrison, #42 Charlie Conerly, #50 Ken Strong, and #56 Lawrence Taylor.