Netherlands Releases New Jersey For Upcoming T20 World Cup 2024

With the upcoming T20 World Cup 2024, several preparations are being made by cricket associations and managements of all teams participating.

The event will feature 20 teams who will compete in a total of 55 matches that will span across the host countries. India’s first match in the tournament is going to be against Ireland on June 5, while their 2nd match of the season is to be the fan-favorite India vs Pakistan on 9 June.

All participating teams are practicing hard to compete in the 9th edition of the tournament. The World Cup is to be jointly hosted by the United States of America and West Indies. 

Despite the IPL 2024 season still being underway, many players have returned to their home countries citing “national duty” as the reason. Jos Buttler, Sam Curran and Jonny Bairstow have all left the IPL season midway, partially abandoning their respective teams. 

Ex-Indian cricketer and commentator Sunil Gavaskar has criticised this step that has also been taken by several other players. Gavaskar advised BCCI and the franchise managements to “penalise the players and take back some of their fees” 

Netherlands team reveals new jersey and Kit

The Netherlands have released a banger of a kit for the T20 World Cup 2024. The new jerseys boast of a bright orange color with a little dabble of blue and white.

Fans have different feelings about the new kit. While some are welcoming the change in colours and font, others are not happy about the new additions.

“I like it, it’s got retro vibes, but with some modern elements. Hard to go too badly wrong with orange and navy, but this is a great kit. Also they’ve stopped writing “Netherlands” in that small, narrow font it seems.” Said a fan.

“Looks like American federal prison outfits, the orange jump suit” quips another.

All the teams who have shared new kits for the season

According to the ICC, all the teams who have revealed new kits for the upcoming tournament are:

Group A:

India has released new kits with their signature blue and a new addition of some orange.

Pakistan has stuck to their green colour palette for the kits, the name however has been changed to “Matrix Jersey” 

Canada has the famous Maple Leaf prominently visible in the predominantly red Canadian strip.

Group B:

Australia did not surprise with their signature green jerseys with a hint of gold. It’s fair to say that the team did not disappoint either.

Namibia team  revealed a predominantely dark blue strip, with a tinge of red also prominent.

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

Group C:

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

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.

Group D:

The Nepal team has 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 launched their kit for the tournament with the design reminiscent of the 1996 Men’s Cricket World Cup.

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

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

The rest of the teams have not yet released any new kits as of now.

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With the upcoming T20 World Cup 2024, several preparations are being made by cricket associations and managements of all teams participating.

The event will feature 20 teams who will compete in a total of 55 matches that will span across the host countries. India's first match in the tournament is going to be against Ireland on June 5, while their 2nd match of the season is to be the fan-favorite India vs Pakistan on 9 June.

All participating teams are practicing hard to compete in the 9th edition of the tournament. The World Cup is to be jointly hosted by the United States of America and West Indies. 

Despite the IPL 2024 season still being underway, many players have returned to their home countries citing “national duty” as the reason. Jos Buttler, Sam Curran and Jonny Bairstow have all left the IPL season midway, partially abandoning their respective teams. 

Ex-Indian cricketer and commentator Sunil Gavaskar has criticised this step that has also been taken by several other players. Gavaskar advised BCCI and the franchise managements to “penalise the players and take back some of their fees” 

Netherlands team reveals new jersey and Kit

The Netherlands have released a banger of a kit for the T20 World Cup 2024. The new jerseys boast of a bright orange color with a little dabble of blue and white.

Fans have different feelings about the new kit. While some are welcoming the change in colours and font, others are not happy about the new additions.

“I like it, it's got retro vibes, but with some modern elements. Hard to go too badly wrong with orange and navy, but this is a great kit. Also they've stopped writing "Netherlands" in that small, narrow font it seems.” Said a fan.

“Looks like American federal prison outfits, the orange jump suit” quips another.

All the teams who have shared new kits for the season

According to the ICC, all the teams who have revealed new kits for the upcoming tournament are:

Group A:

India has released new kits with their signature blue and a new addition of some orange.

Pakistan has stuck to their green colour palette for the kits, the name however has been changed to “Matrix Jersey” 

Canada has the famous Maple Leaf prominently visible in the predominantly red Canadian strip.

Group B:

Australia did not surprise with their signature green jerseys with a hint of gold. It's fair to say that the team did not disappoint either.

Namibia team  revealed a predominantely dark blue strip, with a tinge of red also prominent.

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

Group C:

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

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.

Group D:

The Nepal team has 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 launched their kit for the tournament with the design reminiscent of the 1996 Men's Cricket World Cup.

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

Sri Lanka revealed their kit with artwork symbolising everything Sri Lanka -- a lion, ocean, flora and fauna -- all existing in one realm.

The rest of the teams have not yet released any new kits as of now.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram and Instagram