Indian Cricket Team’s jersey for the Tests, ODIs and the T20Is has been unveiled by their new kit sponsor Adidas. The Board Of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) roped in the firm after interim sponsors MPL quashed their deal mid-way.
Adidas signed a contract with BCCI till 2028. The sporting conglomerate took over the charge on the 1st of June and for the last few days has been teasing the fans about the jersey. However, they finally released the kit. What has been impressive is there are three separate kits for three formats.
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ICC World Test Championship Final: Indian team to don Adidas Whites in the WTC Final
The Indian Cricket Team will now don the Adidas kits in the upcoming ICC World Test Championship Final against Australia at the Oval, England. The summit clash is all set to take place from the 7th to the 11th of June with the 12th of June being the reserve day. The Rohit Sharma-led side have already been training with the training kits provided by Adidas.
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The Indian team are currently toiling hard at the Arundel Castle Cricket Club in Sussex. They haven’t won’t a single ICC Trophy since 2013. It’ll be a great opportunity for them to end their long wait. They would be hoping the new kits to change their fortunes.
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