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ECB: Eight new-look kits drop as The Hundred gears up for third season

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Eight new-look kits drop as The Hundred gears up for third season

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  • The blockbuster sporting event of summer gets latest makeover, with each team sporting fresh New Balance playing kits for 2023
  • The kits are made from and packaged in 100% recycled materials, and are also fully recyclable
  • Buy your favourite team’s fresh new look and grab tickets at www.thehundred.com

New playing kits for all eight teams taking part in the third year of The Hundred have been released. The New Balance athletic wear, which reflects the team brands, is made from 100% recycled materials and is also fully recyclable.

With increased vibrancy and aiming to lean into their team identity, each kit has been redesigned to demonstrate the evolution of the teams and who they represent after two years in the competition. The kits will be on display first in the opening game of the competition, a double-header at Trent Bridge between Trent Rockets and Southern Brave on Tuesday 1 August.

Welsh Fire captain Tammy Beaumont said: “These new kits are brilliant, they really make a statement. We’re heading into the third year of the competition looking good and feeling good, and we’re ready to put the new kits to good use out on the pitch. What I really love about them is that they’re all made of 100% recycled materials, and they’re all fully recyclable. We need to be making conscious choices to be kinder to the planet so it’s a big win to see that’s been factored into the design of these kits.”

The new kits are now available to buy here.

Tickets are selling fast and are available here. Tickets this year remain great value in line with 2022 pricing, with prices set at £5 for juniors aged 6-15, free for children five and under, and adults starting from £12.

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