Indian Cricket Team’s new training kit looks like this, unveiled by BCCI

BCCI unveiled Indian cricket team's Training kit. Photo Credit: Twitter

World Test Championship: It is just a matter of time as we witness the World Test Championship WTC Finals between Australia and India. The Indian team has already started training for it and BCCI has recently shared India’s first training session. Along with it, the Indian cricket team’s new training kit was also unveiled by BCCI. Photos of the support staff and cricketers wearing the new training kit were shared on the social media. The game will be played from June 7 onwards at the Oval, which is located in England.

First batch of Indian Cricket Team

The list of cricketers who are in the first batch is here. The list includes Umesh Yadav, Shardul Thakur, Axar Patel who will be practicing under the Indian team support staff. The staff is being headed by Rahul Dravid who is the present coach for the Indian team. Player like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have been involved in IPL 2023. Once the IPL is over, they will head to England. Virat Kohli has already left for the practice after RCB’s exits from IPL 2023. RCB lost to Gujarat Titans (GT) in the last game.


Team India practice kit sponsors

The cricketers as well as the support staff team could be seen wearing sky blue Jumpers along with sweatshirts. Have ever this is just the training kit that has been unvealed and India’s jersey for the WTC final is likely to be unveiled around next week. The practice kit has been provided by Adidas which has sponsored for Indian men’s, women’s as well as junior’s team kit till the year 2028. Before this, the Indian team had partnered with Nike, which came to an end earlier. Besides these two the Indian cricket teams outfit were sponsored by MPL and killer.

The colour of the practice kit a resembles the Premier League club Manchester City’s kit. Adidas is widely known for providing footwear and apparel to some of the best teams in the world, created to be the best for the athlete. It will be a festival for cricket lovers as after IPL the players will be included in practicing for the upcoming World test Championship which will be a thrill to watch. Are you excited for IPL finals or the WTC?