Tennessee Titans debut throwback Oilers uniforms

The team will wear the uniforms at two home games during the 2023 season. Keep reading to see how you can score one of your own.


The helmets feature a classic oil derrick. | Photo by Donald Page via Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans unveiled their highly-anticipated throwback Oilers uniforms.

The design pays homage to the Oilers’ late-1970s “Luv Ya’ Blue” era with Columbia Blue jerseys, white pants with red and blue stripes, and white helmets with an oil derrick.

The Titans will show off the new uniform at two home games this season — on Sunday, Oct. 29 against the Atlanta Falcons and again on Sunday, Dec. 17 against the Houston Texans.

Bonus: Throwback jerseys and other Oilers merch are available to purchase.

The story behind the uniforms

The Oilers played in Houston from their founding in 1960 to 1996. The team left Texas and played in both Memphis (1997) and Nashville (1998) as the Tennessee Oilers before becoming the Tennessee Titans in time for the 1999 season. Adelphia Coliseum (now Nissan Stadium) opened in August 1999.

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