The International Cricket Council's (ICC) 2021 T20 World Cup Twitter account shared the new look jerseys which were revealed by Sri Lanka, Scotland, Ireland, and Namibia. The tournament kicks off on October 17 and will be played in UAE and Oman with the final to be played on November 14.
The first round of matches will see eight teams battle it out in a qualifying round after being divided into two groups. The top two ranked teams from each group will proceed to the Super 12s round in which eight teams have already qualified directly including hosts India.
Group A consists of Ireland, Namibia, Netherlands, and Sri Lanka, while Group B includes Bangladesh, Oman, Papua New Guinea, and Scotland.
With the tournament just a few days away, Scotland, Ireland, Sri Lanka, and Namibia have revealed their kits for the ICC mega event.
Ireland's kit is a combination of green and blue at this year's T20 World Cup.
Playing at their first ICC World Cup since 2003, Namibia will catch plenty of eyes with their predominantly dark blue jerseys which have light blue hexagons on the right shoulder and above the left hip with red accents.
Scotland led by Kyle Coetzer will wear an eye-catching predominantly bright purple kit with helmets to match.
Sri Lankans have revealed two kits for the tournament: a yellow and blue number with a lion along the right side and a kit of the same design in different shades of blue.