The 2024 men’s T20 World Cup starts on June 1 in the Americas with 20 participating teams – here are all the team jerseys that have been unveiled so far in the lead up to the tournament.

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In what will be the biggest men’s T20 World Cup so far, 20 teams will battle it out for the title in the USA and the West Indies. 55 games will be played, starting June 1 with the final in Barbados on June 29.

Along with the on-field performance, focus will also be on the aesthetics of each team and their kits. As the tournament inches closer, most teams have revealed their jerseys for the event. Here’s a compilation of all the T20 World Cup kits unveiled so far.

All T20 World Cup 2024 jerseys unveiled so far


India’s T20 World Cup jersey will sport a significant portion of orange along the shoulders to go with the usual shade of sky blue.


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New Zealand

New Zealand will don a vintage 1999 World Cup inspired teal kit at the 2024 T20 World Cup.


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One of the most vibrant kits to be on display at the T20 World Cup, Scotland unveiled their jersey on May 15 and found immediate admirers.


Netherlands will be in their usual orange, but with a retro spin, inspired by their 1996 World Cup kit.


Uganda were the first team to reveal their kits for the T20 World Cup. Mostly yellow, the jerseys will also include feather-inspired patterns along the shoulders.


Nepal will sport a similar blue-and-red kit as they have been doing in the past, albeit with a dash of yellow thrown in there along the sides.


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Pakistan will don their usual shade of green, albeit in a new design. They are calling their T20 World Cup kit as the Matrix Jersey.


The predominantly red Canadian kit has a large Maple Leaf displayed towards the bottom of the t-shirts.


Australia will wear their iconic green and gold jersey at the T20 World Cup.


Namibia will sport a dark shade of blue that fades into a lighter tone towards the bottom of the t-shirts, along with some red on the side.

South Africa

South Africa will wear kits with predominantly yellow tops having colours associated with the national flag on the shoulders, while the trousers will be the usual shade of green.

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s vibrant blue jersey has extensive artwork along the front depicting a lion, the ocean, flora and fauna.


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West Indies

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Papua New Guinea

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