England new jersey 2021: The English cricket team is all set to don a new kit across formats starting from this international summer.
England will have a new kit across formats from this international summer. The development was confirmed via a video posted by ECB (England Cricket Board) across their social media handles.
Set to kick-start their international summer with a two-match Test series against New Zealand from June 2, England will have a new sponsor on their Test jerseys in Cinch.
It is worth mentioning that ECB had confirmed the deal with the online used car marketplace in February this year. Cinch, which will replace NatWest from English jerseys, will be seen in cricket teams including Men’s, Women’s, England Lions, Disability and England Age Groups.
As far as England’s white-ball kits are concerned, they are all set to don new kits in both ODIs and T20Is. After the New Zealand Tests, England are slated to host Sri Lanka for three T20Is and as many ODIs starting from June 23.
Readers must note that England’s official white-ball kits will be revealed in due course of time. For now, ECB have disclosed their training jersey (light blue) in addition to the Test jersey.
Right after hosting Sri Lanka, England are scheduled to host Pakistan for six white-ball matches. Their summer will get culminated with a high-profile five-match Test series against India in August-September.
England new jersey 2021
2021 kit coming soon 👕😍
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) May 29, 2021
England now with Light Blue & India now with Dark Blue … Swap 🔄
— Jason SA (@jason_asir) May 29, 2021
Natwest one looked better
— Ayush Shukla (@ayush_utd1) May 29, 2021
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