Adidas, the new sponsor of Team India’s kit, launched its match jerseys in all three versions on Thursday. The event was held virtually at the Wankhede Stadium, where India defeated Sri Lanka in 2011 World Cup Final to win their second trophy after 27 years. Drones revealed the match jerseys in three different formats at the stadium.
Team India has confirmed that they will wear different jerseys for ODIs versus T20Is. The team will wear the newly-launched jerseys in the World Test Championship Final against Australia. Adidas’ logo is located to the right of the crest on all three jerseys. The BCCI logo is on the right.
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What do Indian fans think of Team India’s new uniforms?
Fans went wild when the video was released on social media. All three jerseys were well received by the fans, who are eager to see their players wearing these shiny new match kits. Some felt the jerseys to be mid-range.
BCCI signed a recent five-year agreement with Adidas. The leading sportswear brand will design and manufacture Team India’s uniforms until March 2028.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India, (BCCI), and adidas have today announced an exciting new partnership as the BCCI’s kit sponsor. adidas will have exclusive rights to manufacture all types of kit under the contract that runs until March 2028. adidas will supply all BCCI match, training and travel wear, including for men’s, woman’s & junior teams. Team India will wear the three stripes in June 2023 for the first time. They will debut the new kit at the World Test Championship Finals.