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Rajasthan Royals Set To Wear ”Pink” Jersey In IPL 2019

Rajasthan Royals Set To Wear ”Pink” Jersey In IPL 2019

Well, there comes a new season and also a new opportunity for the franchises going into the Indian Premier League 2019. Each franchise has already sorted out their squads and is coming with the fresh units to the biggest event. Meanwhile, adding one more change, Rajasthan Royals decided to wear ”Pink” Jersey throughout the tournament.

Earlier, Rajasthan used to play with ”Pink” once in a tournament at their home venue. However, now, they have decided to wear it throughout the season. Rajasthan has got the tag called the ”Pink City of India” and the change in Jersey colour would connect with the fans.

Pink is the best suited:

Revealing the change in Jersey colour, the franchise released a statement to justify their decision. They explained the reason behind the change in the colour and also added that the step has taken in order to bring a fresh look to the side.


Further, the statement read that the team is reinventing itself. For the same, they want to go with the opinion of Rajasthan People, who chose Pink colour rather than the blue one.

In a statement released the franchise explained the reason behind this move and said, “Jaipur is known as the pink city, Jodhpur is famous for pink sandstone and Udaipur produces pink marble. Pink, therefore, is best suited as the official colour of Rajasthan Royals, which will also help the fans identify and celebrate their team.”

Rajasthan Royals (Credits – Twitter)

“In all, the new look expresses Royals as a team that is reinventing itself taking into consideration the commitment of their fans. However, at the same time, the new look has been adopted keeping in mind the innovation and quality care to improve the team’s performance,” the statement added

Well, it would interesting to see how things would pan out for Rajasthan in IPL 2019. Surely, the change in dress colour would bring good vibes to the players.

So far, they have won the inaugural edition of Indian Premier League way back in 2008 under Shane Warnecaptaincy. However, since then, they always ended up on the wrong side of things for obvious reasons.

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