NSW Blues return in traditional blue PUMA jersey for 2022
Brydens Lawyers’ forward-thinking NSW Blues wingers Brian To’o and Josh Addo-Carr have endorsed the team’s new PUMA kit for 2022, which will see them return to the traditional sky blue, chevron-less shirt for mark their state of Ampol. The Origin series homecoming that lasted 574 days.
The Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues today unveiled the heritage-style PUMA Sky Blue Shirt which will feature in all three games, kicking off with their return to the Blues home ground at the Accor Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park on Wednesday June 8, their first appearance in Sydney since November 11, 2020 for Game 3 of the 2020 State of Origin Series.
Jodie Cross, Commercial Director of the NSW Rugby League, said the organization was delighted to have such support from commercial partners for one of the country’s most recognizable and iconic sporting brands.
“It’s so exciting to not only return to our heritage with a modern take on the traditional all-sky blue jersey, but to be back in Sydney for our fans, many of whom haven’t had the chance to watch their team since. nearly two years due to COVID-related issues,” she said.
“What a great homecoming for our loyal Blatchys supporters to be able to open the series on our home ground at the Accor Stadium. It’s so good to be back.
PUMA Oceania Managing Director Pancho Gutstein said: “We are thrilled with the NSW Blues 2022 jersey and the return to the all sky blue heritage. This is fitting as the team will be back in New South Wales playing in front of their home fans for the first game of the 2022 series”.
PUMA has been a global leader in sportswear and footwear since 1948 and partners with some of the world’s biggest names and sporting clubs including Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues, Manchester City, footballer Neymar Jr, Ferrari, cricketer Virat Kohli, golfer Rickie Fowler and NBA star LaMelo Ball.
Like last year’s winning NSW shirt, it incorporates dryCELL moisture management technology, which is a highly functional material that wicks sweat away from the skin and helps players stay on top of their game.
NSW picked up a historic 2-1 series victory over Queensland in last year’s Ampol State of Origin Shield, after all three games were played in Queensland due to the COVID-19 pandemic . Les Bleus hope to see a sea of blue at the Accor Stadium when they return home for the series opener in June.
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