The Philadelphia 76ers currently have a uniform contract with Adidas. We have 18 basketball uniforms in our database for the Philadelphia 76ers and are working to add more to Uniform Critics. Feel free to contact us with any uniform designs for this team that we may be missing.


After spending a decade in black, gold and red during the Allen Iverson era at the turn of the century, Philadelphia reverted back to its classic red, white and blue look in 2009 after two years of subtle changes like additional piping.

From 1978 to 1997, the 76ers’ primary road uniforms were red with blue trim so the all-black attire donned first in 1998 was a difficult change to stomach — at first. Black remained the primary visiting uniforms for Philadelphia, complete with the white and red “SIXERS” wordmark featuring a basketball with blue stripes, until 2009 when the franchise went retro.

During that decade of revamped black uniforms, Philadelphia donned a fan favorite royal blue alternate as well and wore it regularly from 2001 to 2006. In 2007, the 76ers changed jerseys logos on their red alternates and moved to a modernized “PHILA” wordmark. The look only lasted two seasons.

Current styles are generic, categorized by a resurrected rectangular late 70s logo with a white basketball behind a “76ERS” wordmark. Blue alternates returned in 2012, this time with a red collar and piping along with Philadelphia’s “new” retro logo at the left front knee.

The 76ers’ home threads are white with blue accents and red numerals while the team’s red road primary combination is decorated with blue accents and white numerals/wordmark.