“ Nothing is too big an ask and Will and his team have worked tirelessly to meet our every need. Our entire club of 17 teams now exclusively use Zapkam for their training and match kits. ”
“ We have 40 teams and have every team in the same kit. Zapkam were the only supplier who didn't discontinue their designs every two years and even designed a brand new style for us! We've now used them for 7 seasons ”
“ Really good quality commented on by the parents ”
“ You did bloody brilliant as usual! ”
“ The slim-fit size was great as my son is skinny & clothes are usually massive!! ”
“ No-one else could produce the shade of pink that we wanted in match kits and team wear ”
“ Our club kit and leisure wear has created an identity like few other amateur clubs locally ”
Cricket has a following of millions of people around the globe, from the history and heritage of the English game to the fiery passion and explosivity of the Indian sub-continent.
For those who love the contest between bat and ball there are so many factors to discuss and that have an effect on the game - the conditions of the wicket, the weather and atmospheric conditions, the age of the ball and more.
The origins of cricket aren't entirely clear but the earliest reference to the game is from Southern England in the 16th century, but what is certain is that the expansion of the British Empire spread the game around the world and introduced it to places where it's akin to religion now; countries such as India, Australia and the West Indies.
When it comes to cricket equipment it is the batsman who has the most gear, wearing leg pads to mid-thigh, gloves for each hand and a cup to protect the genitals. Other cricket gear includes helmets - which are almost always worn by batsmen, wicket keepers and short-position fielders, arms guards and chest guards.
The long form of the game i.e. Test matches are always played in white or off-white clothes with just the player number and national logo on them along with sponsors logos.
T20 and ODI kits often feature more custom designs and include squad numbers and names of the players and usually relate to the national colours of the team. Our personalised cricket kit is ideal whether you're a club wanting fresh whites or a T20 team who wants some custom kit with bold colours.
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