ENGLAND are looking to win their first ever Cricket World Cup this summer.
Eoin Morgan’s side have the huge advantage of playing on home soil – and have revealed their special kit designed exclusively for the tournament.
How can I buy England’s World Cup kit?
WE’RE at the beginning of one of the biggest English cricketing summers in years.
With the World Cup to look forward to – followed swiftly by the Ashes – there’s a real buzz around Morgan’s side who go into the competition ranked No1 ODI team in the world.
And their new kit has now been revealed, with the design harking back to the iconic light blue shirt of 1992 – which was the last time England reached a World Cup final.
Safe to say though, it’s bold design and bright colour has already divided opinion amongst England fans.
To purchase the new shirt, head over to the ECB’s official store.
How much will it cost?
WE’VE got a sizzling summer expected both on and off the field, with the action starting on May 30 as England begin the tournament against South Africa.
So make sure you’ve grabbed your England jersey and support Morgan’s men as they look to make World Cup history.
There are two types of shirt available – the first is the official ODI shirt for 2019/20, which features the same design but has a Natwest sponsor on the front.
Whilst the official World Cup jersey has ‘England’ on the front, with the Natwest and New Balance branding moved onto the sleeves.
All prices are correct as of May 23 from the ECB Store –
- Men’s long sleeve (WC edition) – £65
- Men’s short sleeve (WC edition) – £60
- Junior short sleeve (WC edition) – £45
- Women’s short sleeve (WC edition) – £60
- Training jacket – £65
- Polo shirt – £40
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