The Chicago Bears will wear their 1936 throwback uniforms during Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals (4:25 p.m. ET on FOX), an appropriate matchup considering both franchises played at Wrigley Field that season.
Introduced in 2019 as part of the Bears’ 100th season celebration, the uniforms feature navy blue helmets with a modified wing design, white jerseys with alternating stripes on the sleeves and shoulders, navy blue pants and striped socks.
Chicago is 4-2 in the throwback uniforms, which have only been worn at Soldier Field and originally featured a 100th season patch on the left shoulder. The Bears were also the only team to not wear the NFL’s 100th anniversary shield on their collar that year.
The team has since added an orange alternate helmet to the rotation that is paired with their orange alternate jerseys and white pants, so the throwback uniforms have relegated to just one game each year after being worn twice during their debut season.
The Cardinals, meanwhile, will counter with their standard home uniforms of white helmets, red jerseys and red pants. They are 2-3 in that combination this season, their first after being unveiled in April alongside new white road and black alternate uniforms.