BCCI, along with the new official sponsors have unveiled the new jersey of the Indian cricket team in Mumbai. The brand new jersey was revealed at Mumbai's JW Marriott Sahar hotel by Rahul Johri, CEO of the BCCI.
The new jersey has a similar layout to the one that was worn by the team in the ODI series against England. It has a dark blue shade on the sides and a lighter shade on the back and chest. There's a thin tricolour strip that runs from the collar to the sides. It also has the Nike logo and the BCCI crest on either side with the new sponsor's name, featuring in the centre of the jersey.
Here's the new jersey and its sponsor for you.
OPPO paid Rs.1,079 crore for a deal that extends for a period of five years. They will be paying Rs.1.56 crore for every game featuring in an ICC tournament, and Rs.4.61 crore per bilateral game involving the Indian team.
The team will be wearing the brand new jersery when they walk out to defend their Champions Trophy title!
OPPO claimed the bid over Vivo which offered $115 million for a five-year period. While OPPO bid $162 million for a five-year period.
"On behalf of the BCCI, I would like to congratulate OPPO Mobiles India Pvt Ltd., on winning the rights and welcome them to the BCCI family. OPPO Mobiles and the BCCI share a common vision and I am confident that we will work together to further grow Indian cricket."