Surrey’s new kits for the 2023 season have been revealed. The kits take inspiration from the iconic areas surrounding The Kia Oval, focusing on the gasholder and the shape of the historic ground.
The kit launch imagery features players from Surrey’s Men’s, Women’s, and Pan-disability teams with Rory Burns and Dominic Sibley modelling the County Championship shirt; and Ryan Patel, Dan Worrall, Rhianna Southby and Amy Gordon showing off the one-day look. Jordan Clark, Jamie Overton, Aylish Cranstone, Bryony Smith, Jon Gale, Frazer Fowler and Rebecca Clarke are all wearing the new T20 kit. All the players are also featured wearing the brand-new training range, see a full gallery below.
The eye-catching T20 shirt features a bold and striking design that is sure to please Surrey fans both young and old. The shirt is a nod to the local community’s heritage and pride, linking back to the industrial history of the area but with a modern, stylish look. The print uses the shapes of the gasholder that has become part of the fabric of the history of cricket at The Kia Oval.
The collar, underarms and cuffs feature black elements that set off the Surrey duck-egg blue of the main body of the shirt. Black trousers and duck-egg blue headwear complete the playing look as Surrey’s men look to secure a second Vitality Blast trophy.
Surrey’s men will wear the shirt for their Vitality Blast campaign and the women will sport it in the Vitality Women’s County T20 competition. Surrey’s Pan-Disability and Visually Impaired sides will wear the T20 kit for all their matches.
Surrey’s shirt for the 50-over competitions draws inspiration from the special commemorative print that was created to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the Club. The lines not only acknowledge the ground’s eponymous shape but also reflect the modern architectural developments to the roof at the JM Finn Stand end of the ground.
The County Championship shirt is a classic cream colour with a three-button collar and breathable mesh panels. The red-ball range for players also includes v-neck, cable-knit jumper and vest along with the classic Surrey Brown Cap.
Crafted from high-quality materials, the new range is designed for comfort and durability, making it perfect for cricket players and fans alike.
The full range is available in a wide range of sizes for men, women and juniors. The white-ball playing shirts will cost £45 for juniors and £55 for adults, with the red ball shirts available for £40 for juniors and £45 for adults. The training range starts at £35 for juniors and £45 for adults.