Euro T20 Slam Player Kits are going to reveal soon. All cricket fans are very much excited to see their favorite team kits. As soons as they will reveal, we will update it on our website.
TYKA the famous sports brand is the official kit partner for ET20S league which is going to take place on 30th August to 22 September this year. TYKA is used to made kits for Indian Premier League (IPL) like Kings XI Punjab, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Gujarat Lions (now defunct) and some football teams.
The official announcement made on 11th June 2019 reveals that All six teams of Euro T20 Slam—Edinburgh Rocks, Glasgow Giants, Rotterdam Rhinos, Amsterdam Knights, Belfast Titans and Dublin Chiefs—will be seen wearing TYKA manufactured and branded kits.
The promoter of Woods Entertainment said:
We are elated to welcome TYKA as our official kit partner for the next three years. TYKA has had a great experience of working with the IPL franchises and soccer clubs, and that will surely help them create world class fabric and kits for the top cricketers.
Cricket is generally played on the sunny days so earlier, all teams needed to wear the regular white uniforms because white color reflects heat better and it is comfortable to wear white on sunny days also it reduces the stress level of players. Also, it reduces the risk of heatstroke or dehydration. But with the passage of time cricket has become more glamorized and now white uniforms are used in test matches only. Before 2000, One Day International Matches were also played in white or cream-colored uniform but now they have been changed to colored uniforms. First four Cricket World Cups were played in white but in 1992 World Cup this rule was lifted and countries have given rights to design their individual uniforms for their teams. Modern style cricket uniform is consisted on trousers along with a long and short sleeved shirt and jumpers. Bowlers and batsmen normally wear short sleeve while wicket-keepers prefer to wear long sleeve shirts.
Now a days, Cricket Helmets are also an essential part of a cricket uniform. Until 70’s Helmets were not so common in the cricket matches in fact padded caps were most popular in that era. First ever cricket helmets were used in World Series Cricket, Denis Ammis was the first cricketer who used helmet for the first time. Now it is the necessary part of cricket uniform.