Penn State football is famous for not having names on the back of its jerseys during games, and has been for the better part of five decades.
Although Penn Stats’s uniforms will remain nameless for the foreseeable future, fans will be able to purchase and rock officially licensed jerseys of their favorite Nittany Lions thanks to Fanatics.
For $139.99 each— or four payments of $35 with ZIP— and free shipping, Penn State fans can buy jerseys— which are, for now, only in road white and look similar to the ones Penn State wore from 2012-14 that had names on the back— of most of the team’s roster, including true freshman QB Drew Allar and senior safety Ji’Ayir Brown.
Although Sean Clifford’s jersey isn’t there yet, his brother, Liam’s No. 82 is available on the site.
Penn State fans have been anticipating this since the school partnered with Fanatics in February and tweeted that jerseys would be coming this fall. Now, its come into fruition.
The relationship between Fanatics and Penn State ties into the former’s partnership with OneTeam, which takes care of the group rights of college athletes who are able to join in through the COMPASS NIL app, which is free.
OneTeam wrote in a statement issued in February that “retail touch prices will include e-commerce, wholesale and physical stores inside stadiums and arenas.”
Fanatics is offering customizable football jerseys sponsored by Nike, Adidas and Under Armour.
Here are some more jerseys below, courtesy of Fanatics’ website.