We're only hours away from the first ball of the U19 World Cup, where the world witnesses the future of the international game.
Ahead of the first matches on Friday in the West Indies, see the kits that have been released so far.
Australia have opted for a similar design to the kit worn in senior limited overs competitions, and the shirt that brought the nation glory at the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup.
The iconic green leads Bangladesh's attire for the Under 19 tournament, with an alternative red strip if required.
Canada's kit is the same as their men's senior team, with the black shades on the bottom complimenting the national red.
Similar but not identical to the senior team's ODI shirt, England's U19s opt for the light blue.
Similarly to their senior counterparts also touring the West Indies, Ireland go with emerald green.
Pakistan have launched two jerseys for the tournament, both highlighted by horizontal stripes.
Papua New Guinea
Just like their Barramundi brothers, the PNG U19 team, known as the Garamuts, follow suit with the same kit from the T20 World Cup.
The tartan sleeves are back for the Scottish, playing in the usual dark blue.
Just like their senior counterparts at the T20 World Cup, Sri Lanka go bold in their mix of blues and yellows.
Known for their bold designs in the Associate world, Uganda come out strong with a mix of yellow and red.
The hosts opt for two tones of maroon, underlined with the iconic palm tree design on the shirt's torso.
The Zimbabwe Bird makes a subtle appearance towards the bottom of the shirt, a blend of yellow and red.
The ICC Men's Under 19 Cricket World Cup begins on Friday, January 14.
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