New Zealand's Super Rugby teams have revealed their new home playing kits ahead of the 2020 season.
Despite revealing a new logo last week, the Crusaders' 2020 jersey will not feature it, meaning fans will have to wait until 2021.
Our 2020 Jersey has been designed to represent and acknowledge the “seam of talent” that runs deep within the Blues region. A region that produces a third of all registered rugby players in New Zealand.— The Blues (@BluesRugbyTeam) November 30, 2019
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Crusaders Chief Executive, Colin Mansbridge confirmed last week the logo would appear where possible as soon as possible, but that did not include the 2020 playing strip.
The team's jerseys will only include the '"Crusaders" word mark.
The Crusaders have a new major sponsor, with BNZ remaining on board but no longer holding naming rights, or featuring on the front of their kit.
Meanwhile, the Chiefs used prop Angus Ta'avao to reveal their new kit a few days after the team started pre-season training.
The Hurricanes have said that their 2020 home jersey represents the actual Wellington wind readings from the 2016 calendar year, the year they won their one and only title.
The Hurricanes 2020 home jersey represents the actual Wellington wind readings from the 2016 calendar year. 2016 was a monumental year for the Hurricanes after they were crowned Super Rugby champions for the first time. @SuperRugbyNZ— Hurricanes Rugby (@Hurricanesrugby) November 30, 2019
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The Blues have revealed that their 2020 jersey has been designed to represent and acknowledge the “seam of talent” that runs deep within the Blues region. A region that produces a third of all registered rugby players in New Zealand.
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