This is the new look of Team India. Same colours for the Blue Brigade. But with a difference in the design.
It’s simple. More blue. Fewer shades of saffron. And India written much bolder than title sponsor Oppo’s logo in front.
The jersey is launched by Board of Control for Cricket in India’s kit partner Nike in Hyderabad today (Friday) on the sidelines of the team’s practice for the first One Day International against Australia.
Senior sports and cricket writer Chetan Narula has shared Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Harmanpreet Kaur’s pictures in India’s new jersey on his twitter handle @chetannarula.
The dress is launched for the ICC World Cup in England and Wales. India play their first game on June 5 against South Africa. The tournament in England and Wales will be played from May 30 to July 14.
Nike, keeping with the tradition, has revealed the team colours well in advance for the ICC World Cup.
The team along with the official apparel partner Nike launched the new jersey at a simple ceremony at the Rajiv Gandhi cricket stadium in Hyderabad.
The jersey include many features like looks, a theme in design, comfort in wearing, sweat absorption and everything else that may potentially bring the best out of a player.