Cricket Australia: Mitchell & Ness joins Big Bash as official headwear partner

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The Big Bash Leagues are thrilled to announce C, the premier worldwide purveyor of nostalgic sportswear, has come on board as the exclusive on-field and supporter headwear partner for the next two seasons.

The iconic brand was acquired in 2022 by global digital sports platform, Fanatics and a strategic ownership group comprised of some of the biggest names in sports, entertainment, and business.

Mitchell & Ness continues to expand its legacy in the premium sportswear, streetwear, and headwear categories with strategic lifestyle brand collaborations and dynamic licensing relationships with preeminent US sports properties – including the NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL, MLS and many leading colleges and universities.  

Fans can purchase their Mitchell & Ness supporter headwear at match throughout the summer and via the Cricket Australi Shop ( 

Alistair Dobson, Cricket Australia’s Head of Big Bash Leagues, said:

“This is an exciting new partnership for us and we’re looking forward to bringing the iconic Mitchell & Ness headwear to the Big Bash.

“Big Bash fans can look forward to an exclusive range of premium headwear that will allow them to show their team affinity with pride throughout the WBBL and BBL this summer.”

Tickets are now on sale for all Weber WBBL|09 and KFC BBL|13 games, with early bird pricing for KFC BBL matches available until 24th October. To buy tickets, visit our website.

The Weber WBBL|09 season begins on October 19, with the KFC BBL|13 to begin on December 7. View the full schedule here


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