Five times teams wore different kits for noble cause in Indian T20 League

There have been a few instances where teams have worn a different kit, or just a different jersey for a noble cause

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Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers

Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers (Source: Twitter)

Kits always play a huge role in the fan following of a team. When it comes to the Indian T20 league, teams with good jerseys grab the limelight. However, there have been a few instances where teams have worn a different kit, or just a different jersey for a social cause. Teams have had a separate kit for a game, for a particular noble cause. Today, we shall be taking a look at five times teams wore kits for noble work in the Indian T20 league.


1) Bangalore- Green kit:

Bangalore always play one game in the green kit. This is done by them to spread the "Go Green" message. In order to promote this initiative, they play one home game with this green kit.

2) Bangalore- Blue Kit:


Bangalore have a habit of winning hearts. Thus, they have another kit for a social cause, i.e. blue jersey. They wore it for the match against the Kolkata-based franchise in 2021 to honour the COVID-19 warriors. The blue jersey was unveiled by the then Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli and the franchise chairman Prathamesh Mishra.

3) Delhi- Lavender:

Back in 2015, the players of Delhi had worn lavender-coloured jerseys for a match against Punjab. They wore it on May 1, to mark Cancer Survivor Day. As a matter of fact, Yuvraj Singh, who is a cancer survivor, was also a part of the Delhi-based franchise back then.


4) Delhi- Rainbow jersey:

During the 2020 edition, Delhi wore the rainbow jersey during their game against Bangalore. Not only was it to mark their partnership with JSW Paints, but it was done to send a message of unity. They took to social media to say that the team was ready to "Embrace Every Colour" for the game.

5) Rajasthan- Pink kit (2018):

Although Rajasthan have been having a pink kit since 2019, it was in 2018 when they wore a kit of the same colour for a noble cause. They introduced the jersey to spread cancer awareness. RR supported the ‘Cancer Out’ campaign.

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