Road to 2015 World Cup: Jerseys to be used by all the teams
The 2015 World Cup is just days away from kick-off and the entire cricket fraternity is very excited about the tournament. In the past, the World Cups had a uniform dress code as all the teams had the habit of wearing full whites. But since the 1992 World Cup, coloured clothing was introduced and all the teams had their own jerseys. This helps the relatively new audience to get familiar with the teams. The jerseys of all the 14 participating teams in the 2015 World Cup has been unveiled and here we take a look at all of them.
Afghan players having a good time at an ICC promotional event ahead of the World Cup. They are one of the five teams in this World Cup with a jersey of blue shade.
Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, David Warner and Michael Clarke releaving their jersey right after the squad was announced. They will be wearing their traditional yellow colour.
The Tigers will be wearing a greener outfit.
According to many, the Poms have the best jersey among the other teams in the World Cup.
What else to expect from the Men in Blue? A typical modern day Indian jersey.
Ireland and Scotland:
Ireland will be wearing a flourescent colour and Scotland will be having a darker shade of blue. Irish sjipper William Porterfield and his Scottish counterpart Preston Mommensson during yesterday’s match.
Blackcaps always impress everyone with their jerseys. No different this time too…
The Men in Green. Am I the only one who is not impressed with this jersey?
A typical Protea jersey.
The Lankan Lions have introduced some designs in their blue uniforms. Here is Mahela Jayawardene during the photo shoot.
People familiar with UAE will realize that the men from middle east will be having their traditional grey shirts and a similar pants.
The Caribbean men will be wearing a familiar brown outfit. Here is their player Chris Gayle during the photo shoot.
Zimbabwe have opted for a jersey that attract the people’s eyes.
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