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IPL 2022: New Jersey Revealed by Delhi Capitals 

  • Delhi Capitals revealed their new jersey for IPL edition 2022
  • New Jersey picture got viral on twitter as much liked by fans

Delhi Capitals will start their IPL season 2022 on March 27 in battle with Mumbai Indians at the Brabourne Stadium. The Delhi Capitals have presented their new shirt ahead of the IPL season  2022.  On  March 12, Saturday, the franchise’s shared the new jersey design on Twitter, which went viral.

While the jersey’s primary color remains blue, the kit is highly dominated by the color red. The jersey also features a Tiger print, and supporters are excited with the design. Interim CEO, Delhi Capitals Vinod Bisht said 

‘It’s a new cycle of the IPL, and we can’t wait to see our players in this brand new jersey,” 

He further stated

“Supporting this team in its quest for glory is our fan army, so it’s only fitting for us to make them a part of our journey in every step,” 

Vinod Bisht also added

“With an equal dash of red and blue, the new jersey exudes youthful and vibrant energy. While the red symbolises the team’s on-field courage, the blue stands for balance and composure. The tiger, an intrinsic part of the DC logo, is bigger and bolder, as the team gears up to roar again!”

From March 26 to May 29, the IPL 2022 will be hosted at four venues: Wankhede Stadium and Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai, DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai, and MCA International Stadium in Pune.

Delhi Capitals Team for IPL 2022: 

Rishabh Pant, Axar Patel, Prithvi Shaw, Anrich Nortje, David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Shardul Thakur, Mustafizur Rahman, Kuldeep Yadav, Ashwin Hebbar, Abhishek Sharma, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, KS Bharat, Mandeep Singh, Khaleel Ahmed, Chetan Sakariya, Lalit Yadav, Ripal Patel, Yash Dhull, Rovman Powell, Pravin Dubey, Lungi Ngidi, Vicky Ostwal, and Sarfaraz Khan.

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