The Florida Gators will unveil their brand new Jordan Brand uniforms for the first time in an event held at World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia on July 17th.
The Gators are just the fourth college football program (North Carolina, Michigan, Oklahoma, Florida) to be backed by the Jumpman brand. The brand moved into football with the addition of Michigan in 2016. Michael Jordan has been very hands on with his alma mater of North Carolina, which also sports the Jumpman logo on its football and basketball uniforms. Florida is the first program in the Southeastern Conference to sport the brand, which also extends to the men’s and women’s basketball programs.
— Gators Men’s Basketball (@GatorsMBK) July 1, 2018
The event is free to the public and will begin at 7 p.m. Dan Mullen and the Gators will be in Atlanta on the 17th for SEC Media Days, which starts Monday the 16th. The event Tuesday night will be free to the public. The men’s and women’s basketball uniforms will not be revealed on Tuesday, rather at a later date close to their respective seasons.
Other than the Jumpman replacing the standard Nike logo there isn’t expected to be any significant changes to Florida’s uniform sets. The white helmets are expected to see a minor change to have the logos on either side match, rather than the script Gators and speed F that the team has sported the past two seasons.