- Captain – Mominul Haque
- Head coach – Russell Domingo
- Representing – Bangladesh
- Team color – Dark Green
- Sponsorship – BRAC Bank
Also known as the Tigers, the Bangladesh Cricket Team is an amazing team that is administrated by the BCB – the Bangladesh Cricket Board. Team India is the full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with One-Day International (ODI), Test a Twenty20 International(T20I) status.
In November 2000 against India in Dhaka, they played their first Test match, making them the tenth Test-playing nation. Bangladesh’s official debut into international cricket came in the 1979 ICC Trophy in England. Bangladesh played its first ODI match, against Pakistan in the Asia Cup on 31 March 1986. Bangladesh has a record for most consecutive losses in Tests, that is 21, between 2000 and 2002 and 23 ODIs, between 2001 and 2004.
After becoming a full member of the ICC, for its first ODI, Bangladesh had to wait until 2004 to win since the 1999 World Cup. The team was on the losing side by Zimbabwe, who also took participation in Bangladesh’s maiden Test victory in 2005 and by secured a draw in the second matchmaking Bangladesh winner of their first Test series. Bangladesh toured the West Indies for two Tests in 2009, by winning both teams secured their first overseas Test series victory.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is a responsible governing body for the Bangladeshi cricket team and the sport in the country. The BCB is looking after for maintaining grounds and promotion of the sport.
BCB was founded in 1972 as the Bangladesh Cricket Control Board. Its first rule was implemented in 1976. In January 2007, the board changed its name by dropping “control” from its title. The government of Bangladesh appoints the president of the BCB. The board is responsible for controlling the team’s sponsorships.
The telecommunications company, Grameen phone has sponsored the men and women’s national teams since 2003. Between 2007 and 2011 they invested US$1.8 million for the development of sport in the country.
The Board established an academy to encourage the development of young and inexperienced players in 2006. Players were paid about $1,000 for each Test they played and $500 per ODI in 2005.
Bangladesh wears cricket whites, being the BCB logo on the left chest and the sponsor’s logo on the right chest in Test cricket. Fielders also wear a dark green cap or a white wide sunhat.
The helmets are in dark green. The BCB logo on the chest and the sponsor’s logo on the center and “BANGLADESH” written underneath in red letters in the limited-overs cricket. During ICC tournaments, Bangladesh wore an olive-green uniform with yellow accents and a horizontal stripe with tiger-stripe on the chest.
The Bangladesh national cricket team has the finest cricketers in the team, and the team has made it’s country proud always. We wish the country, and the team good luck for the future matches. We hope they will play with the same power.