Team India jersey rating for World Cups since 1992
The Men in Blue frequently change their attire for different events taking note of the evolution of World Cup jerseys will merit the technology development.
Updated - May 26, 2019 9:38 pm
The biggest celebration of the white ball cricket is going to take place in England. It is expected to restore the original grandeur of the 50 over format. The cricketers are excited for their tourney, as they will get the chance to live some of the greatest moments of their career. The fans are already rooting for their favourites and it is to be seen who will lay their hands on the gold.
With each passing year, technology and fashion are merging with the game. The cricketers have become more stylish and they flaunt their personalities in front of their supporters. Now even the playing kits are designed according to the player’s needs and comfortability. As the Men in Blue frequently change their attire for different events taking note of the evolution of World Cup jerseys will merit the technology development.
1. 1992 – 7
It was the 5th edition of the World Cup and it was the first time the coloured jerseys were introduced in the cricketing fraternity. New Zealand and Australia were the host countries and Pakistan won their maiden title. The design on the jersey was simple and all the teams wore different variants of the same one. Back then the sport was not that popular and as a result, there was no brand endorsed on the t-shirt.
India had a stylish jersey which was dark blue in colour. It consisted of 4 stripes at the upper portion and the remaining portion was kept plain. The logo was believed to project the tropical character of the host nation territories. Among all the nations India’s uniform looked the coolest and there were no numbers at the back. It can be given a score of 7 because of its retro style.