T20 World Cup 2022 Jersey

Last Modified Nov 08, 2022 17:20 IST

The biggest sporting extravaganza is just days away as the fans wait with bated breath for the 2022 ICC T20 World Cup to kickstart.

Reigning champions Australia will host 15 other teams, with the Group Stage matches slated to start on October 16 followed by the Super 12 stage on October 22.

While the team have already announced their squads, let’s see how they will enter the cricketing carnival in new outfits.

Teams yet to announce jersey: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Scotland, Bangladesh and Afghanistan

T20 World Cup Jersey- India Team Jersey

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The Men in Blue’s recent jersey for the upcoming T20 World Cup in Australia could be rated as the most attractive since the inaugural event. The outlook and design is highly eye-catching without making it to glitzy. The different elements seem to have been incorporated thoughtfully.

The primary shade in the jersey denotes a more classic light blue avatar. The dark blue rests on the shoulders of the players, while the dynamic pattern on the t-shirt completes the chic look. The plain trousers bring in a much-needed contrast for an aesthetic feel.

T20 World Cup Jersey - Australia Team Jersey

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Defending champions and hosts Australia revealed their kit earlier this month. After winning their maiden T20 World Cup title in 2021, the Aussies have opted for an Indigenous-themed kit for the first time in a world cup this time around. The team from Down Under have previously used the indigenous-themed kit, but that was not in any multinational event.

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T20 World Cup Jersey - England Team Jersey

England will enter the tournament under a new captain T20 skipper- Jos Buttler. ECB post the picture of the official jersey of the tournament featuring the star wicketkeeper-batter. England have not experimented much and opted for their predominantly red kit.

T20 World Cup Jersey - UAE Team Jersey

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UAE unveiled their kits on September 30 and have completely revamped their jersey for the marquee event.

Taking a break from their usual colour scheme of black, UAE have used bright magenta and blue colours, which have been 'Inspired by UAE's beautiful winter,' as per the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB). While the logo's key elements remain untouched, the colour palette incorporates a 'Gold and Sophisticated' look.

T20 World Cup Jersey - Pakistan Team Jersey

Babar Azam-led Pakistan launched their T20 World Cup jersey on Monday (September 19). By the look of the teaser picture, it seems they will stick to two shades of green with some stripes resembling lightning.

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T20 World Cup Jersey - New Zealand Team Jersey

The Black Caps revealed their T20 kit on September 29. The Kiwi jersey brings back a retro look, combination of shirt collars worn by the side in the early 90s.

It has a brand new design that combines Kiwis' black colour with heritage grey. The ash colour was a prominently present colour in NZ's jerseys in the 1990s. The ne jersey also moves away from fern as a key graphic and instead has the Southern Cross is used as a depiction for the country.

T20 World Cup Jersey - Sri Lanka Team Jersey

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Asia Cup 2022 winner Sri Lanka, who has made a resurgence just ahead of the World Cup in Australia unveiled their kits for the showpiece event on September 30. The Islanders released two jerseys, which have the traditional yellow and blue combination with lion emblems in front.

T20 World Cup Jersey - Ireland Team Jersey

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The shirt of the Irish side has the traditional Light Green along with a darker shade on the sleeves and part of the torso.

T20 World Cup Jersey - West Indies Team Jersey

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The Windies have retained their traditional maroon and gold with a minimalistic design on the shirts.

T20 World Cup Jersey - Netherlands Team Jersey

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The Dutch maintain their iconic orange along with the navy blue shades on the sleeves. This will be their fourth successive T20 World Cup appearance.

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