Jersey ads are coming to the NHL next season, and today the Vegas Golden Knights announced that they have their “jersey entitlement partner” for next year’s home jersey.
What do our primary logo and @CircaSports have in common?— Vegas Golden Knights (@GoldenKnights) April 24, 2022
They’ll both be on our home jersey all next season!
We’re proud to announce our first official jersey entitlement partnership with Derek Stevens and the Circa Sports family! #VegasBorn pic.twitter.com/aK5wPewVQy
Per the team’s press release:
We are proud to continue our work with Circa Las Vegas through our first-ever jersey entitlement partnership,” said Golden Knights President Kerry Bubolz. “Circa Las Vegas and the Vegas Golden Knights both recognize the tradition within our historic community while also contributing an integral role in the growth of our beloved sports and entertainment industry.
Here’s a closer look at what the jersey will look like via the Golden Knights.
Personally, I think the logo isn’t all that noticeable, and much like helmet ads, will become something that fans get used to. Other sports have ads on their uniforms, and I really don’t notice them that much on NBA jerseys or EPL kits. That’s just my opinion, and I know others may feel differently about advertising appearing on iconic sweaters that have remained virtually the same in appearances for decades.
That said, what do you think about the sponsor and logo? Is it something you think is intrusive? Would your opinion change depending on the jersey? Let us know in the comments section down below.