Cricket teams and the significance of their jersey colors: One of the unsung reasons of the limited overs cricket being a big hit was certainly the inclusion of colored jerseys. It is a very well-known fact that the jersey colors are decided by the Boards governing cricket in a specific country. But these colors do have a special significance for different nations. The meaning of color varies depending on various aspects. We are not certifying the selection of any colors in this post, but this is what the jersey colors of the cricket teams signify.
Here are the Cricket teams and the significance of their jersey colors:
10. Zimbabwe, Red – Promising:
The Zimbabwean jersey has evolved from being red and a mixture of few colors to being predominantly red. It is the color of passion and the Zimbabweans are certainly never low on that. They have a desire to compete at the topmost level and they have been doing that. They might not have been very successful, but just like the red color, they are vibrant and wish to achieve a lot. Red also is the symbol of surprise; an upset in this case. Zimbabwe has time and again upset the big horses of the games; be it beating Australia in 1983 World Cup at Nottingham by 13 runs or be it former captain Heath Streak’s heroics (5 sixes and 4 fours) in the successful run chase of 274 against New Zealand in the third ODI at Auckland in 2001.