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U-19 World Cup 2022: Top 10 jerseys of the tournament

Bangladesh opted for a dark shade of green for their primary shirt (Image: ICC)
Bangladesh opted for a dark shade of green for their primary shirt (Image: ICC)
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The ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup kicks off on January 14. Defending champions Bangladesh U19 will face competition from 15 other teams in this showpiece event scheduled to end on February 5.

A total of 48 games will be played in this edition, with 16 teams divided into four groups of four teams each.

Ahead of the competition, let’s have a look at the kits of the teams that have been released so far.


#1 Australia

Australian captain Cooper Connolly in their playing shirt - Image: ICC
Australian captain Cooper Connolly in their playing shirt - Image: ICC

Australia will don the traditional yellow jersey. It is similar to what the men wore in the 2021 T20 World Cup held in the UAE. With the senior team having won the T20 World Cup, the U19 side will be hoping to taste glory in the upcoming U19 World Cup as well.


#2 Pakistan

The first of two kits for Pakistan at the U19 World Cup - Image: ICC
The first of two kits for Pakistan at the U19 World Cup - Image: ICC

Pakistan have launched a new jersey for the U19 World Cup. It consists of two shades of green separated by a horizontal line. They have also launched an alternate kit which is a combination of yellow and green.


#3 England

England's Alex Horton in his team's light blue strip - Image: ICC
England's Alex Horton in his team's light blue strip - Image: ICC

England’s senior men team changed their jersey during the 2019 World Cup. They won that World Cup and since then haven’t changed the jersey. England’s U19 side has opted for a lighter shade for the upcoming U19 World Cup.


#4 Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's 2022 U19 shirt joins a long line of instant classics - Image: ICC
Sri Lanka's 2022 U19 shirt joins a long line of instant classics - Image: ICC

Sri Lanka U19 side also has gone for a similar jersey to its current national men’s team. The jersey is a good mix of shades of blue along with yellow that looks attractive.


#5 Ireland

Ireland's shirt reflects the senior ODI team kit - Image: ICC
Ireland's shirt reflects the senior ODI team kit - Image: ICC

The Irish side will put on their traditional green jersey for the upcoming U19 World Cup. This kit will be similar to their senior men’s team jersey.


#6 West Indies

West Indies' kit is a mix of two shades of maroon, with the iconic palm tree to boot - Image: ICC
West Indies' kit is a mix of two shades of maroon, with the iconic palm tree to boot - Image: ICC

The hosts have gone for a maroon jersey in the U19 World Cup. They have a palm tree on their shirt, giving a different look to the traditional jersey.


#7 Bangladesh

Bangladesh's alternate red kit - Image: ICC
Bangladesh's alternate red kit - Image: ICC

Bangladesh have opted for a dark green jersey with red sleeves. They also have an alternate jersey with the red color being dominant over the green.


#8 India

India's shirt is a nod to their current senior international kit
India's shirt is a nod to their current senior international kit

India will don a similar jersey to that of the senior men’s team. The youngsters from India, who are eyeing their fifth title, will start their U19 campaign in a bleeding blue jersey.


#9 Scotland

Scotland take inspiration from their classic ODI design with tartan sleeves - Image: ICC
Scotland take inspiration from their classic ODI design with tartan sleeves - Image: ICC

The Scottish side will don a similar kit to their senior men’s team. They will continue wearing their dark blue attire.


#10 Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's kit includes the national Zimbabwe bird logo, emblazoned at the bottom of the shirt - Image: ICC
Zimbabwe's kit includes the national Zimbabwe bird logo, emblazoned at the bottom of the shirt - Image: ICC

Zimbabwe U19 will don a jersey consisting of red and yellow, with red playing a major part. Yellow stripes towards the end of the shirt give a nice overall look to the jersey.


Edited by Sudeshna Banerjee

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