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All the Kits Revealed So Far for Men’s T20 World Cup 2024

As the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in the USA and Caribbean approaches, teams are unveiling their kits for the tournament. Here’s a look at the different playing strips that have been announced so far:

(Here you would list the various kits as they are announced.)

Group A

India: A blue and orange kit for the inaugural T20 World Cup champions.

Pakistan: Pakistan will sport prominent shades of green and have labelled their kit as the “matrix jersey” for the tournament.

Ireland: Yet to be revealed

Canada: The famous Maple Leaf is prominent in the predominantly red Canadian strip.

USA: Yet to be revealed

Group B

England: Yet to be revealed

Australia: No surprises from Australia, who will wear a green strip, with a touch of gold.

Namibia: The African nation revealed a predominantely dark blue strip, with a tinge of red also prominent.

Scotland: Scotland have prominent shades of pink and navy blue in their slick kit for the tournament.

Oman: Yet to be revealed

Group C

New Zealand: The Black Caps will rock a Cricket World Cup 1999 inspired kit for 2024.

West Indies: Yet to be revealed

Afghanistan: Afghanistan will wear a blue strip that signifies unity within their tribes and the picturesque Lapis Lazuli region.

Uganda: The African country became the first team to announce their playing strip for the tournament as they revealed a predominantely yellow strip, with feathered-inspired patterns that pays homage to the majestic crested crane.

Papua New Guinea: Yet to be revealed

Group D

Bangladesh: Yet to be revealed

Nepal: The Nepalis have released a similar kit to the one worn in previous years, though have moved to a yellow text alongside trims on either side of the shirt.

Netherlands: Netherlands launched their kit for the tournament with the design reminiscent of the 1996 Men’s Cricket World Cup.

South Africa: South Africa launched their kit for the T20 World Cup with prominent shades of yellow and green.

Sri Lanka: The Lankan Lions revealed their kit with artwork symbolising everything Sri Lanka — a lion, ocean, flora and fauna — all existing in one realm.

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