On the other hand, UAE also revealed the jersey. According to the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB), moving away from their usual color scheme of black, they have come up with bright magenta and blue colors, which are ‘inspired by the beautiful UAE’s winters’. “Our Board is extremely proud of the new UAE Cricket logo, which reflects a rich history and honors our sport’s deep roots in the UAE, and while we have retained core design elements, we have retained the primary colours,” he added. A dynamic change has been adopted. A symbol of our progressive future.
Zayed Abbas said, “We are very excited to launch our new logo and kit ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup (2022) and we look forward to seeing this kit set against the backdrop of the spectacular World Cup venues in Australia. Members of the Emirates Cricket Board, who will also be visiting Australia for the mega event.
The UAE will begin their T20 World Cup campaign against the Netherlands on 16 October at the Kardinia Park in Geelong. The team is in Group A of the first round along with Namibia, Netherlands and Sri Lanka. Australia was originally scheduled to host the event in 2020 before it was postponed due to COVID-19 and rescheduled for October 16 to November 13 this year.