The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are bringing back an iconic classic look.
On Monday, the franchise announced that the fan-favorite “creamsicle” throwback uniforms will be making a comeback for the 2023 season.
Along with the orange jerseys, the team will be bringing back the white helmet featuring the Bucco Bruce logo.
The classic look will be featured in the team’s relaunching of its Throwback Games which previously ran from 2009 to 2012.
Big news, Krewe! Throwback uniforms returning in 2023 🧡
Due to global supply chain challenges, we will have to wait one more year than hoped.
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) February 28, 2022
Tampa Bay has not worn its creamsicle uniforms since 2012.
However, since the league eliminated the one-helmet rule that prevented some teams from wearing their throwback uniforms, Tampa Bay is moving quickly to bring the look back.
While the Buccaneers were hoping to bring the look back on the field in 2022, they will have to wait until the 2023 season due to supply chain issues with Nike.
“In addition to outfitting players in uniforms inspired by the orange and white sets the team wore from its inaugural season of 1976 through 1996, the Buccaneers also decked out Raymond James Stadium in orange for those occasions,” the team said in a statement.