Welcome to the MVictors Uniform Timeline where below you will find a descending timeline of changes to the Michigan football team uniforms over the years.   Originally drafted in January 2013, this project is a work in progress.  A huge thanks to Dr. Sap (Steve Sapardanis) for much of the detail especially during the Bo years, and Craig Barker of The Hoover Street Rag for sending over many of the bowl logos, and to Brandon Ho’s epic online jersey collection.   Do you have any updates?  Edits?  Tweaks?  Send me an email, tweet me or post below..

2000-2009 – Click here  |  1990-1999 – Click here  | 1980-1989 – Click here  | 1970-1979 – Click here  | 1940-1969 – Click here   |  1867-1939 – Click here

January 1, 2018  | Tampa, FL | Outback Bowl vs. South Carolina
JERSEY: Team wears white jerseys with sponsor patch on upper right chest:

October 21, 2017  | State College, PA | vs. Penn State
PANTS:  For the first time since 2014, Michigan wear maize pants on the road (with the traditional white jersey).

September 9, 2017  | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Cincinnati
HELMET:  Helmet stickers return for 2017 with a slight redesign.  The sticker is slightly smaller and the blue border is removed:

Also, there is a slight font change on the helmet sticker number:

September 2, 2017  | Dallas, TX | vs. Florida (AdvoCare Classic)
JERSEY:  Michigan wears the all-maize uniform.  Inner Neck line includes printing “THOSE WHO STAY WILL BE CHAMPIONS”.
SHOES:  Back of shoes have a seam that read “GO BLUE” vertically.
HELMET:  The warning sticker is moved to the center of the back of the helmet.

Michigan all-maize uniform vs. Florida 2017 (via mgoblog.com)

August 28, 2017  | U-M Athletic Dept. press release
JERSEY/PANTS/SHOES:  The U-M Athletic Department announces that Michigan will be wearing an “All-Maize” uniform in the season opener against Florida.

U-M all-maize uniform, via U-M media relations (2017)

Notes from the press release:

  • The University of Michigan and University of Florida football programs will wear special uniforms for their match-up in the AdvoCare Classic held this Saturday, Sept. 2, at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. The Wolverines’ apparel provider, Jordan Brand, and the Gators’ provider, NIKE, have teamed to create special uniforms that simultaneously express the heritage and future of each program.
  • Michigan will wear a new all-maize uniform in celebration of the University of Michigan Bicentennial and in honor of the 150-year anniversary of the school’s official colors: maize and blue. The team will wear its traditional maize pants that have been worn in home games for nearly a century.
  • This is the second time in school history that Michigan has worn a maize jersey. The program donned a maize jersey with blue numbers against the U.S. Naval Academy in 1928.
  • The Wolverines are wearing an alternate uniform for the sixth time since the 2011 season. It will be the first time that U-M has worked with current apparel provider, Jordan Brand, on a special uniform.
  • In addition to unveiling the all-new maize Wolverine uniform, Jordan Brand is debuting a University of Michigan edition of the Jordan Trainer 2.

December 30, 2016  | Miami, FL | Orange Bowl vs. Florida State
JERSEY: Team wears white jerseys with sponsor patch on left chest:

HELMET:  Helmet features a (ridiculously) large bowl sponsor sticker on the back of the helmet:

Michigan helmet stickers


October 8, 2016  | Piscataway, NJ | vs. Rutgers
Team takes the field with the road NIKE uniforms for the first time.  Uniform elements are similar to 2015 road design with a couple subtle differences:

The maize band on the sleeve is a lighter shade of maize (the NIKE Amarillo) and the band itself is thicker vs. 2015:


September 10, 2016  | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Central Florida
Helmet stickers return for 2016, slightly redesigned:


2016 version of the helmet sticker includes the following changes:

  • COLOR: Tone of maize matches the uniform maize (the NIKE Amarillo) and the the navy is darker.
  • SIZE:  The stickers are a quarter inch smaller and there’s no clear outline outside the edge
  • POSITION:  In 2016 the head of the wolverine will face forward (toward the facemask).  In 2015 they were positioned backwards:


September 3, 2016  | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Hawai’i
Team takes the field in NIKE apparel for the first time since January 1, 2008 (Capital One Bowl vs. Florida) and several elements of the gear feature the Jordan brand “Jumpman” logo.  Additional details:

SHOES: Two varieties of blue NIKE shoes take the field, the version on the left to allow taping (or “spatting”) and not cover the Jumpman logo.  On the right, the Jumpman on the side:


SOCKS:  Blue Nike socks with Jumpman logo.

JERSEYS:  Jumpman logo on left chest.  Uniforms are blue with a slight change to the maize, officially PMS 7406 and Nike label the color tone “Amarillo” (yellow in Spanish).

HELMET:  Paint is changed to satin (not quite matte) finish.  Maize flakes/flecks removed.  Helmet nosebumper changes to a flat maize M on a blue background.  New blue chinstrip with helmet straps that read ‘Michigan’ in maize letters.

Tunnel Shot

JERSEY NUMBERS:  As a salute to 1930s and the relationship between Present Gerald Ford and his friend Michigan football player and track star Willis Ward, the font of the #4 reflects the design to match Ford’s and seen in this 1934 team photo (right):

4 Jersey 2016

PANTS:  Small Jumpman logo on hip:

jumpman pants

August 1, 2016  | Ann Arbor, MI
APPAREL CONTRACT:  On this day NIKE officially replaces Adidas as the official athletic footwear, apparel and equipment provider until 2027, with an option to extend to 2031. The agreement includes:

  • NIKE supplying all 31 of U-­M’s athletics programs with uniforms, footwear, apparel and equipment.
  • U­-M and NIKE collaborating throughout the agreement on innovation initiatives in sports technology, design and best practices..
  • Use of the Jordan Brand “Jumpman” apparel for football, and men’s and women’s basketball.


January 1, 2016  | Orlando, FL | Citrus Bowl vs. Florida
JERSEY:  Team wears white jerseys with sponsor patch on left chest:
front really best

HELMET:  Team wears sponsor sticker on back of helmet (over stripes!):
Back of Helmet

November 28, 2015 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Ohio State
JERSEY/LEGENDS:  Michigan officially re-retires jersey numbers #11,#48,#47,#87,#98 and retires the #21 of Desmond Howard.

21 in field

November 14, 2015 | Bloomington, IN | vs. Indiana
HELMET: To honor Chad Carr (the grandson of former head coach Lloyd Carr) who is battling terminal brain cancer, U-M players write messages on their helmets #CHADTOUGH.  FB Joe Kerridge’s helmet:

Chad Tough Joe Kerridge

October 31, 2015 | Minneapolis, MN | vs. Minnesota
HELMET: The helmet of Jabrill Peppers contains helmet stickers affixed inside the winged helmet stripes.  The first time in U-M history anything has been placed inside the stripes:


September 12, 2015 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Oregon State
HELMET: Helmet stickers, awarded following Utah game, appear on the winged helmet for the first time since 1994:

Michigan Helmet Stickers 2015
Effectively this is copy of the 1985-1994 (Version #3) helmet sticker, with a blue ring around the oval and a darker maize tone.  There are two versions of the sticker, one facing left, the other right.  Here’s a pre-affixed 2015 sticker [H/T Matthew Gordon].

helmet sticker
JERSEY:  Blue tone on home jersey is darker.
PANTS:  Maize tone on home pants is darker.
De'Veon Smith Items removed from home uniform in 2015:

  • Block M from back neckline of JERSEY
  • Block M on PANTS (it had appeared since 1993)

September 7, 2015 | Ann Arbor, MI | Press Conference
HELMET: At Monday press conference prior to Oregon State game, Harbaugh responds to a question from a handsome blogger and confirms that the helmet stickers did indeed return in 2015, awarded after the Utah game.

September 3, 2015 | Salt Lake, City UT | vs. Utah
JERSEY/PANTS:  All-white jersey and pants combination return for first time since 1976 Orange Bowl and include with maize and blue stripes on end of sleeves and down the side of the pants.  Design mimics road uniform design worn for the 1973-1975 seasons.  Maize and blue tones are darker [this is confirmed with U-M equipment staff].


Items removed from away/road uniform:

  • Block M from back neckline of JERSEY
  • Block M on PANTS (it had appeared since 1993)

PANTS: Certain players (fewer than half) also wear thigh pads featuring an embossed Block M design:

HELMET:  Wings painted with a darker tone of maize than previous seasons:

August 13, 2015 | Salt Lake, City UT | via Twitter
APPAREL CONTRACT:  Michael Jordan tweets a short video in which he appears and states, “I’d like to introduce my first football team to the Jordan family.  Go Blue.”
Michael Jordan Tweet
Later, on September 2, 2015, Michigan AD Jim Hackett confirms the “Jumpman” logo will appear on the 2016 uniforms:  “(The Jumpman logo) is on the uniform,” Hackett said Wednesday. “I’ve seen the design.”

July 28, 2015 | Ann Arbor, MI | Press Release
LEGENDS/JERSEY:  Via a press release from the athletic department:

The University of Michigan Athletic Department announced today (July 28) plans to take the jerseys associated with the Michigan Football Legends back off the field. Gerald Ford (#48), Tom Harmon (#98), Desmond Howard (#21), Ron Kramer (#87), Bennie Oosterbaan (#47) and the Wistert brothers (#11) — Albert, Alvin and Whitey — will have their jerseys retired in a ceremony against Ohio State on Nov. 28.

At this time, Howard’s No. 21 jersey will officially be retired. Howard’s was the only jersey of the six that was not formally retired at Michigan prior to the implementation of the legends program.

July 6, 2015 | Ann Arbor, MI | Press Release

NIKE and Michigan
APPAREL CONTRACT: Via mgoblue.com press release: “The University of Michigan has reached an agreement in principle with NIKE to become the Wolverines’ official athletic footwear, apparel and equipment provider to 2027, with an option to extend the deal to 2031. The partnership will commence August 1, 2016 and will see NIKE supply all 31 of U-M’s athletics programs with uniforms, footwear, apparel and equipment.””

March 31, 2015 | Ann Arbor, MI | The Michigan League
APPAREL CONTRACT:  Via the Michigan Daily.  While addressing a group of 20 students at the Michigan League, AD Jim Hackett acknowledges U-M is reevaluating the apparel sponsorship:

We’ve organized — this is a secret — a project team to look at the question of, there’s really three players: Adidas, Under Armour and Nike.

..After the completion of the fireside chat, Hackett told the Daily that if Michigan aims to switch from Adidas, it will have to do so by the end of the year.

SHOES:  During the meeting Hackett adds, “All the shoes are going to be black, he’s making it more conservative, Harbaugh-esque..”

October 11, 2014 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Penn State
The the adidas ‘Go Blue’ TECHFIT football uniform in unveiled with the following notes:
JERSEY: Description from the athletic department:

The jersey and pants feature metallic blue, laser-cut stripes that shine under the lights while ultra-light, no-sew metallic numbers stretch with the jersey, and the compression base layer features the Michigan “M” on the bicep and “GO BLUE” across the chest.

Photo from pregame:
Norfleet sizing up
SHOES:  Most of the Michigan players also wear all-maize shoes:
The maize kicks

October 30, 2014 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Appalachian State
HELMET:  Nosebumper, unchanged since 1985 when the manufacturer name was replaced with a label reading ‘MICHIGAN’, now features an embossed block M:

Michigan Football Helmet - Nosebumper HELMET: Maize paint is a darker shade in 2014 – analysis and comparison here.
LEGENDS:  WR Devin Funchess relinquishes the #87 Ron Kramer jersey/patch to wear the iconic (but not Legend) #1 jersey.  To start the 2014 season the #11 (Wisterts), #87 (Ron Kramer) and #21 (Desmond Howard) are not on the roster.
Devin Funchess - Michigan (Kelley Kuehne - MVictors.com)

August 8, 2014 | Ann Arbor, MI
JERSEY/PANTS:  The U-M athletic department announces the team will wear “the new ‘Go Blue’ TECHFIT football uniform’ against Penn State on October 11, 2014.  More from adidas here.

February 12, 2014 | Ann Arbor, MI
MISC:  Michigan announces the hiring of equipment manager Brad Berlin to replace longtime (1974-2013) equipment manager Jon Falk.


December 28, 2013 | Tempe, AZ | Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl vs. Kansas State

JERSEY:  Team wears white jerseys with sponsor patch on left chest.  Note an accommodation was made to keep the Legends patch in the same slot, as the sponsor patch was set just over the left collar:

IMG_6861 gallon unitimeline

November 30, 2013 | Tempe, AZ | vs. Ohio State
SHOES:  Several players wear adidas shoes with a blue block ‘M’ on the heel – one style has a maize wrapping around the ankle, another with a maize stripe around the back:

1 Block M shoes

October 19, 2013 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Indiana
HELMET: Team wears pink ribbon for Breast Cancer Awareness:

Michigan helmet ribbon

October 5, 2013 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Minnesota
HELMET: Team wears helmet sticker that reads ‘LHS’ on the back of the helmet in honor of the late Lucas Higgins Stenavich, the son of former offensive tackle Adam Stenavich.

LHSSeptember 7, 2013 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Notre Dame
LEGENDS: Tom Harmon’s #98, retired after Harmon’s final game after the 1940 season, returns to the field.  QB Devin Gardner switches from #12 to #98, and dons the Legends patch.Gardner 98


HELMET:  For this game only, a metallic blue flake is added to the blue helmet paint.  [H/T Matthew Gordon]

blue flakes

September 7, 2013 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Notre Dame

JERSEY: A larger Block ‘M’ inserted above the nameplate below the back neckline.
GLOVES:  Team wears gloves with large maize block ‘M’ on palm.

2013 Uniform

August 27, 2013 | Ann Arbor, MI

LEGENDS: U-M athletic department releases names of players that will wear the open Michigan Football Legend jersey/patches for 2013:
* Tight end Devin Funchess:  #87 Ron Kramer
* Defensive back Courtney Avery: #11 The Wisterts
* Wide Receiver Jeremy Gallon: #21 Desmond Howard
April 13, 2013 | Ann Arbor, MI | Spring Game


2013 Season
COLORS:  Michigan confirms the official color tone for maize and blue.  According to James Tobin in this piece in Michigan Today:

in 2013, U-M’s branding chief, Steve Busch, did a careful survey and found no fewer than 12 shades of Michigan blue in use — “way too many.” So he went in search of just one “intelligent, inventive, and noble shade of blue.” He got thinking about the dark blue panels he used to see when he was a kid selling frozen treats on the concourse of Michigan Stadium, and he found out the Athletic Department had brought it back, using a hue in the Pantone Color Matching System called Pantone 282 c. It’s a combination of 100 parts cyan (a greenish-blue), 60 parts magenta (a light purple), and 60 parts black.

“I liked it,” Busch said. “It’s a very deep blue which I think helps connect today’s U-M with our 200-year history and harkened back to the shade of blue I recall as a kid in the 70s. It had longevity.”

The official pantone:

April 13, 2013 | Ann Arbor, MI | Spring Game
JERSEY: Team wears special homeplate-shaped patch on left chest, reads ‘CS Mott Children’s Hospital, Spring Game’.
JERSEY: During spring practice quarterbacks wear orange Nike-manufactured Oregon State jerseys with black numbers with Adidas logo sewn on (left).  During Spring Game, quarterbacks wear Adidas manufactured orange jerseys (right):

Devin Gardner Orange


January 1, 2013 | Tampa, FL | Outback Bowl vs. South Carolina
HELMET:  Helmets were painted with matte finish for the first time in team history:

Matte JERSEY: Maize numbers with blue outline on white jerseys.  Blue covering on shoulders; sponsor patch on left breast.


Note: Unfortunately in the sunlight the bright maize on the white jerseys made it nearly impossible to identify the numbers from a distance (including on TV):


November 10, 2012 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Northwestern

LEGENDS: Michigan officially unretires the #11 jersey of the Wistert brothers – Francis Albert, and Alvin.   Safety Jordan Kovacs becomes first player honored with the #11 and wears the Legends patch on his jersey.   Albert “The Ox” Wistert, the only living brother, attends the game and is honored prior to kickoff.

The Wistert Brothers #11 - Michigan Football Legends Patch

November 10, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines safety Jordan Kovacs (11) and linebacker Jake Ryan (47) celebrate a defensive play against the Northwestern Wildcats in the fourth quarter at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

October 13, 2012 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Illinois

LEGENDS: Michigan officially unretires the #48 jersey of former Michigan center, President Gerald Ford.LB Desmond Morgan (left) is honored with the #48 and dons the Legends patch:

Morgan legends

Gerald Ford #48 - Michigan Football Legends Patch



September 15, 2012 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Massachusetts
LEGENDS: Michigan officially unretires the #87 jersey of Ron Kramer.  TE Brandon Moore first player honored with the #87 and wears the Legends patch on his jersey the rest of the season.

Ron Kramer #87 - Michigan Football Legends Patch

September 8, 2012 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Air Force
HELMET:  Helmet numbers removed for remainder of 2012 (and beyond)
JERSEY: The words ‘MICHIGAN’ sewn below neckline on back of jersey:

LEGENDS: Michigan officially unretires the #47 jersey of Bennie Oosterbaan.  LB Jake Ryan becomes the first player honored with the #47 and wears the Legends patch on his jersey.

Jake Ryan

Bennie Oosterbaan #47 - Michigan Football Legends Patch

November 10, 2012 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Northwestern

HELMET: Helmet numbers return from 2011 season, however, but font is more of a block style and color is a brighter shade of maize—a closer match to the maize uniform color.  Helmet also includes a special Cowboys Classic logo sticker on the back of the helmet:

HELMET:  For 2012 (and continued in 2013), Michigan unveils “a new paint technology on the maize wings on the helmet in order…” and “create a more durable surface.”   Note that the paint also included gold “flecks” or flakes – clearly visible in person, tough to see on film or in photos:


JERSEY:  White road jersey with maize across the shoulders and down to the sleeve. Blue piping will separated the maize from the white on the jersey. A blue block ‘M’ appeared on the sleeves, numbers were blue.
PANTS: Maize pants, block block M on left thigh.
GLOVES: The Wolverines’ adizero Smoke gloves will featured lyrics to “The Victors”
SHOES/SOCKS: Striped socks with maize block ‘M’.


January 3, 2012 | New Orleans, LA| Sugar Bowl vs. Virginia Tech
JERSEY: White (road) jersey with two blue stripes on each shoulder, a blue neckline and a blue block M on the upper right chest, Sugar Bowl logo with sponsor patch on left chest.


October 15, 2011 | East Lansing, MI | vs. Michigan State

JERSEY:  Unannounced to the public, U-M swaps uniforms after warm-ups in East Lansing to a white version similar to the Under the Lights/Notre Dame jerseys.  Upper left breast has block ‘M’,   maize and blue stripes on shoulder, blue numbers on chest over white.
PANTS:  White pants, blue block ‘M’ on left thigh.

2011 Michigan uniforms vs. Michigan State

September 10, 2011 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Notre Dame
JERSEY:  Special ‘throwback’ uniforms revealed and marketed prior to the 2011 season.  Jerseys feature a large block ‘M’ on mid-chest, mini jersey number on left chest, maize and blue striped sleeves
SHOES/SOCKS: White with blue block ‘M’ on socks.
HELMET:  As part of the throwback look, helmets have gray facemasks and more importantly, helmet number decals.  For unknown reasons the maize shade on the number decals is darker than the maize on the wings and stripes.  (They are worn for the remainder of the 2011 season).
LEGENDS:  Michigan Football Legends program begins.  Current players will wear the jersey numbers of former U-M standouts.  On this day Desmond Howard’s #21 enters the Legends program; WR Junior Hemingway wears #21 with a honorary patch on the jersey breast.

Desmond Howard #21 - Michigan Football Legends Patch


September 3, 2011 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Western, MI
JERSEY:  A block ‘M’ added on back neckline of home jerseys.

September 18, 2010 | Ann Arbor, MI | vs. Massachusetts
HELMET:  Team honors Michigan legend Ron Kramer with #87 helmet sticker.  Kramer had passed away the week prior.


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  2. Thanks Larry and thanks for the Oosterbaan pic. Next step will be to build out more of the deeper history (50s and earlier) and it’ll be a challenge. If you have a shot of the canaries I’d love to see it!


  3. In 1981 the “dramatic” football jersey changes concerned two key changes:
    1. the numerical font on their new Champion jerseys
    2. the size of the mesh holes on the jersey were enlarged (used in some, but not all games).

    I don’t know a standard source for numerical fonts for football jerseys. I use this key: http://www.vintageminnesotahockey.com/files/Images/7-30-2007_6-45-19_PM_0037.jpg

    Michigan’s jersey numeral font change in 1981 was most evident with jerseys having numbers 2 and/or 7 on them. All other numeral fonts looked the same as previous years.

    From 1969 to 1980 the number “2” on Michigan football jerseys reflected Varsity Classic C.
    Harlan Huckleby 1978: http://tinyurl.com/m78q46n (See No. 2)
    Butch Woolfolk 1980: http://tinyurl.com/kp6glrd (see No. 2)

    In 1981, the numeral 2 was represented like the Varsity Classic D font on Michigan football jerseys.
    Here is Butch Woolfolk against Iowa in 1981 (Notice No. 2 is Varsity Classic C)

    Butch Woolfolk December 31, 1981, Bluebonnet Bowl vs. UCLA (notice No. 2 is Varsity Classic C)

    In 1981, the numeral 7 was represented like Varsity Classic B:
    Example: QB David Hall, Michigan 1982:

    Eventually Michigan standardized on Varsity Classic A font in 1984 forward.

    Few teams ever used the 1969-1980 Michigan jersey font again. But in 1994 you can that Penn State did:
    Kijana Carter, PSU TB: http://tinyurl.com/k8x674j
    Kerry Collins, PSU QB: http://tinyurl.com/llwredw


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  20. Just a bit of Michigan historical football trivia which might interest you: Michigan (unless I’m missing something) has not lost a game to a New England school since 1914, 101 years. Not all that many games, but still quite an accomplishment. Longer, I believe, than Ohio State’s boast about not losing to an Ohio school since ?


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  23. Awesome stuff! I know a lo of people hated this, but it nevertheless happened – I saw mention of metallic flake being added to the maize wings for most of 2013-2015, but I didn’t see mention of the metallic flake being added to the blue paint. This was done for the 2013 UTL II game with Notre Dame (most likely to reflect the lights), and only this game. Eric Upchurch has a good up close photo from the game:



  24. Also (I’m a lover of helmet stickers), here’s a pic I thought you might enjoy of an original 1994 helmet sticker (top) with an original 2015 sticker (bottom):



  25. The new matte/satin helmet looks great. These are without a doubt the best uniforms we’ve had since 2006.


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