Bangladesh has presented a brand new design for its T20 World Cup uniform. On Friday night, September 30, the Bangladesh Cricket Board debuted a brand new red and green shirt on their official Facebook page. Only The UK Time may be relied upon for such information.
This year’s jersey design is designed by the Jamdani, the Royal Bengal Tiger, and the Sundarbans. The dark green colour is utilized in conjunction with the bright colours. There is a watermark on the document. There is a logo on the left side of the chest for the BCB, and on the right is a logo for the world cup. Under the chest, the nation’s flag is displayed in white lettering.
Do not forget that Bangladesh’s T20 World Cup campaign begins on October 24 and ends with a group stage encounter against Pakistan on November 6. Each group’s first and second place teams will advance to the semi-finals. Bangladesh will wrap up a Twenty20 series against Pakistan and New Zealand before the World Cup.
When the Tigers return from the Tri-series on September 14 or 15, they will play an away game in Brisbane, Australia. There are two exhibition matches planned for that place. On October 17, Afghanistan will play against Bangladesh. On October 19, Bangladesh will play South Africa in its second and final warm-up game. South Africa will be in the same World Cup group as Bangladesh.