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First Look: Flyers Reveal 2024 Stadium Series Jersey



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The Philadelphia Flyers' new 2024 Stadium Series jerseys, modeled by a No. 24 that is not Nick Seeler. (Photo: Philadelphia Flyers)

After a (very) long wait, the Philadelphia Flyers, along with the New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils, and New York Islanders, finally revealed their 2024 Stadium Series jerseys.

Honestly? I think the Flyers’ new threads look pretty good.

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The Philadelphia Flyers’ new 2024 Stadium Series jerseys, modeled by a No. 24 that is not Nick Seeler. (Photo: Philadelphia Flyers)

As the away team, the Flyers sport a primarily white jersey with an orange stripe across the bottom, an orange stripe on each sleeve, and a dark brown stripe on each sleeve. The look is completed with a black bucket with white numbers on it and pants with an orange stripe at the top and a white stripe beneath it.

Or, as the Flyers would put it, “The 2024 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series special-edition jersey features bold, statement designs including oversized numbers, letters and Flyers crest magnified to scale for MetLife Stadium. Most notably, the Flyers unique contrast name plate is stretched along the entire width of the sweater, creating the full black stripe complementing the Flyers official burnt orange stripe along the sleeve.”

“This year’s jerseys also include additional depth to adidas’ Primegreen dimensional cresting that feature layers of twill, embroidery and raised embroidery that add a pique texture. Customizing the jersey to the event, “STADIUM SERIES” appears on the inside back neck of each jersey, rendered in the Flyers’ distinctive font.”

The Flyers have also made select jerseys available for presale at The available players are Jamie Drysdale, Tyson Foerster, Joel Farabee, Cam Atkinson, Travis Sanheim, Sam Ersson, Owen Tippett, Sean Couturier, and Travis Konecny. For those who wanted a nice new Konecny jersey, this is probably a better an alternative to those All-Star jerseys that were released the other week.

Now the Flyers just need to top off the 2024 Stadium Series on Feb. 17 with a win against the Devils at 8 p.m. at MetLife Stadium.

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