Official Kit for WC2019, finally revealed by PCB
By Tanveer Khatana
Manchester: Pakistan Cricket Board has finally revealed its official kit for the upcoming World Cup 2019. The official kit was unveiled through PCBs Official Social Media Accounts.
The official social media accounts of PCB were sharing previous World cups kits in a bid to create hype for its fans. 1992 was the first world cup where ICC started coloured kits for team. 1992 and 1996 kits are the most popular kits amongst pakistani fans due to their unique styles however 2019 kit is also simple, neat and has a classic look.
PCB posted pictures of the jerseys hanging in the dressing room along with the official caps for the mega cricketing event. It was followed by a video, where players are seen checking out their new beautiful kit.
The kit has dark and light green colours in it, while the font for team name, player’s name and jersey number is white. There is star on the chest at the left hand side, while official World Cup logo is at the right hand side.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) May 21, 2019
The cap also has two shades of dark and light
green, similar to the jersey.
Fans and noted personalities from media have also expressed their pleasure about the colour and style of new Pakistan WC kit.
The kit looks good!! Atleast no weird designs on top.. https://t.co/cazeG3YNV9
— zainab abbas (@ZAbbasOfficial) May 21, 2019
The world Cup will be played from May 30th to July 14th in England and Wales, while Pakistan will kick off their campaign on May 31st with a game against the West Indies at Trent Bridge.