The BCCIthe governing body of cricket in India, introduced the new Indian cricket team’s training uniform on Thursday. Through its official Twitter account, the BCCI published images of Indian players and support staff wearing Adidas training gear.
The training uniforms’ shoulders and sleeves prominently display Adidas’ recognizable Three Stripes logo. The BCCI General Secretary Jay Shah revealed on Tuesday that the cricket governing body had reached a five-year agreement with the world’s largest apparent company, Adid as.
The players and support personnel shown in the photos are those who are currently in England getting preparations for the ICC World Test Championship final versus Australia. Beginning on June 7, the lone Test to determine the Test champions will be played at the Oval.
The New Jersey
The training uniforms’ shoulders and sleeves prominently display Adidas’ recognizable Three Stripes logo.
The initial glance of the training outfits has already been made public, but the jersey has yet to be seen. The BCCI General Secretary Jay Shah revealed on Tuesday that the cricket governing body had reached a five-year agreement with the world’s largest apparent company, Adidas.
Early on May 23, the first group of Indian players and support personnel will depart for London to get ready for the World Test Championship final against Australia, which will start on June 7.
The first traveling group will consist of players like Shardul Thakur,Umesh Yadavand Axar Patel who had completed their Indian Premier League commitments by May 20. R Ashwin did not travel in the initial group. Later in the day, the off-spinner and left-arm seamer Jaydev Unadkat will depart. On May 24, it has been learned, Virat Kohli and pacer Mohammed Siraj are anticipated to fly to London.