Monday, February 26

West Indies unveil brand T20I jersey as a countdown to T20 World Cup

West Indies New Jersey. (Photo Source: Instagram)

The 2021 T20 World Cup is coming in the near future and teams are joining their best outfits before the mega tournament. As the countdown to the mega event began, Cricket West Indies and the national team unveiled the new T20 dress ahead of their three-match T20 series New zealand. The new jersey comes with prominent colors of yellow and maroon colors along with some attractive geometric patterns.

The new jersey contrast is done in vibrant shades with dark maroon sleeves. Bold and dark colors are trademarks of #MenInMaroon. This reflects the dominance of one of the most skilled cricketers in the world. The playing jerseys are made with classy light-weight stretch fabric that is best suited for action. The dress is available in both short and long sleeve patterns.

New Jersey will be donated by the Caribbean in all T20I matches of the men’s ICC T20 World Cup to be held in India. Must be wearing the same t-shirt West indies Women’s team too. West Indies is the defending champion in the men’s T20 World Cup section. He has won precious titles in Sri Lanka in 2012 and India in 2016 on two occasions.

“We are really excited for the new T20I shirt to debut with the West Indies men’s team in New Zealand. We know fans will love the bold design and rally behind #MenInMaroon for this series and during # 2021, ”Dominic Warne, CWI’s commercial director, said in an official statement quoted by

New Zealand tour of West Indies begins on 27 November

The West Indies are on a tour to New Zealand, where they will lock horns with the host along with three T20Is followed by a Test match series. The T20I series opener will be played on 27 November. Young all-rounder Kyle Jamieson will mark his T20I debut in the series and will try to show his best game to cement his place in the team for future assignments.

Players who were part of the IPL 2020 are completing their mandatory quarantine period, which ends just one day before the start of the T20I series.