ADIDAS and India reveal new kits before WTC and ODI World Cup

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Sportswear brand, ADIDAS and the Indian cricket team have revealed new player kits before the start of the World Test Championship final.

Moreover, the famous three stripes of ADIDAS are clearly visible on the front of the jerseys and the colors have also been slightly changed.

Furthermore, the sportswear brand has stated that Rohit Sharma’s men will be wearing two different jerseys for the ODI and T20I games.

Meanwhile, the launch of the three jerseys was done today at Mumbai’s iconic Wankhede Stadium.

In just a few minutes, the post went extremely viral among fans who shared it on their social media handles.

Talking about the ODI jersey, then it has a slightly lighter shade of blue resembling the 2011 ODI jersey.

On the other hand, the T20I jersey has a darker shade of blue which India will be seen wearing in the T20I series against Afghanistan.

It is yet to be confirmed if India will wear the new ODI jerseys during the ODI World Cup.

Reads the caption on ADIDAS’ Instagram page,

An iconic moment. An iconic stadium. Introducing the new Team India jerseys.

Team India starts preparations for WTC Final wearing the new ADIDAS kit

Meanwhile, the Men in Blue have already started their preparations for the all-important World Test Championship final.

The likes of Virat Kohli, Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur, and Umesh Yadav had already reached England after their IPL 2023 campaigns were over.

Other players like Yashasvi Jaiswal, and Rohit Sharma reached next to start training.

Meanwhile, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Shubman Gill, and Ajinkya Rahane have also reached today.

All the players are now getting used to the conditions in England and prepare themselves well for the tournament.

Now, all the players have reached England and Jadeja has already started his training as well. He was seen wearing the new kit during net sessions.

Earlier, Kohli, KS Bharat, and Jaiswal among others have also shared their pics wearing the new kit.

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