1974-75 Ted Seifert Game-Worn Jersey w/ Pants WFLGo Back
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The World Football League was a brief opposition to the NFL forming in 1974 and lasting midway through their 1975 season before folding. Some of the NFL player who jumped leagues include Larry Csonka, Jim Kiick and Paul Warfield of the Miami Dolphins and the Oakland Raiders’Ken Stabler and Daryle Lamonica, who signed to play with the Southern California Sun. The Sun played their home games at Anaheim Stadium and were coached by NFL Hall of Famer Tom Fears. The team won the Western Division in 1974 and were leading again in 1975 when the league folded.
They sported flashy pink and orange uniforms and were quite the fashionistas of the WFL. They sported flashy pink and orange uniforms and were quite the fashionistas of the WFL. Ted Seifert was the starting center for the team and here is one of his game worn jerseys. It is a white mesh jersey worn while he was with the Southern California Sun. Exhibiting moderate wear, it showcases orange/purple screened-on identifiers on the front, back and sleeves, while the proper Sand-Knit “WFL exclusivity” and [size] XXL 50-52 tagging is in the tail.
Also included are a pair of game worn Sun pants. They show mild to moderate wear and include tagging in the waist Medalist and Sand-Knit World Football League exclusively and is [size] 36.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team