Nottinghamshire can proudly reveal their new kits for the 2018 season, produced in partnership with manufacturers Masuri.

Both shirts used for white ball cricket will feature the Club’s traditional green as the main colour, with waved gold stripes and a flash of gold on the sleeves.

Our Vitality Blast shirt will feature a V-neck collar, while the Royal London One-Day Cup shirt has a button-up collar.

The white Specsavers County Championship shirt remains the same as in 2017, as does the back and grey training wear.

All three shirts will display Team Sponsors John Pye Auctions across the front – the fourth year in a row they have lent their valued support.

New captain Steven Mullaney says he will enjoy seeing the fans showing their support by donning the new white-ball kits once the new season is up and running.

“The lads who have had their picture taken to model the new kits – Jake Ball, Luke Fletcher Tom Moores and myself – have been well impressed with the look of the new shirts, and the fit of them,” he said.

“It’s great when we run out at Trent Bridge and Welbeck to know that Members and fans of all ages are wearing our colours and backing us all the way.

“Hopefully we can produce some more good performances in big games this summer so that the 2018 shirts are just as memorable as those from last year.”

Sam Miller, Masuri CEO, added: “We are delighted to continue our key partnership with Nottinghamshire CCC into the 2018 season.

"This year's designs look fantastic and we are ecstatic with the feedback from the players and management on both the design and quality of the kit, as it was once again delivered ahead of schedule.

"We hope the club enjoys another fantastic year on the field."

You can purchase the new kit online by clicking here, or by visiting the Club Shop at the ground, which is open Monday to Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm and Saturday 9.30am - 1pm.


For more information on custom Masuri Teamwear, please contact Masuri at, call 01962 717 800 or via social media on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Masuri takes enormous pride in the fact that it’s clothing is manufactured using a low carbon footprint with an environmentally responsible production process.