08 February 2015
Classic World Cup Kits – 1996
A look back at the tournament hosted by India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and the rainbow-coloured jerseys which made it unique
Two team colours were allowed on the 1996 Cricket World Cup kit instead of just one.
Australia used its traditional green and yellow colours for the first time.
Michael Atherton's men preferred to go with a brighter shade of blue.
New to the Cricket World Cup scene, Holland made its presence felt with a vibrant orange and blue kit.
The light blue and yellow combo used by India was fresh and stylish.
Kenya went with a red and green kit which offered a nice contrast.
New Zealand continued to dabble with light hues - grey and white this time around.
Green was Pakistan's signature colour, and the team opted to stick with what worked for it.
Bright yellows and greens gave the South Africa kit a dynamic appeal.
Arjuna Ranatunga's men donned a royal blue and yellow kit and it became an even bigger hit when the side won the title.
United Arab Emirate made its Cricket World Cup debut in a black and grey combo.
West Indies made a splash with the maroon and yellow kit.
Decked in red and yellow, Zimbabwe's kit had an instant appeal.
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