NEW DELHI: The Delhi Daredevils which had a dismal outing in the previous season had unveiled their brand new jersey for the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League with a tie-up with the country's largest online and mobile classifieds portal classified, Quikr.
The new jersey was unveiled in the presence of captain Kevin Pietersen, vice-captain Dinesh Karthik and coach Gary Kirsten.
Pranay Chulet, the CEO and founder of Quikr, said this will be a long-standing association with the GMR group, the owners of Delhi Daredevils.
The Delhi Daredevils squad with 23 players left for Dubai on Saturday evening. They will play their first match against Royal Challengers Bangalore on April 17 in Sharjah.
"Although I cannot talk about the details of the contract but we are hopeful that it will be a long-term association with Delhi Daredevils which will prove to be mutually beneficial to both the parties," Chulet said.