Following on the heels of their new release for the French national rugby union team, Le Coq Sportif have unveiled their new home kit for Racing 92 (formerly known as Racing Metro). The new home rugby strip was released on 11 July, 2018.
Racing finished 2nd in the regular 2017/18 Top14 season but were upset by Castres in the semifinals.
It appears that the club crest is at the bottom, with plenty of sponsors on the front of the jersey Continue reading
French Top 14 side Union Bordeaux Begles today (June 7, 2018) unveiled a new principal sponsor in the form of Arkea, who have inked a five year deal to appear on the front of UBB’s new shirts.
One of UBB’s new 2018/19 kits was also revealed on this occasion. UBB will be outfitted by Canterbury this season, with the latter replacing Kappa.
Bordeaux finished 10th in the 2017/18 Top 14 season Continue reading
Here is Toulon’s new 2018/19 kit, French Top 14 giants RC Toulonnais’ new shirt for the upcoming French rugby season.
The new Toulon kit has been made by Hungaria Sport but the club have not officially said whether this black and red jersey will serve as the club’s new home shirt (widely speculated to be), or an away kit. Continue reading
These are the new Stade Francais shirts 2018/19, SF Paris’ new home, away and third kits for the upcoming top 14 season. Made by Asics, the new Stade rugby shirts were officially revealed to the public on May 16, 2018.
Stade had a very poor 2017/18 season, finishing a lowly 12th in the 14 team competition. Sergio Parisse and his teammates are here seen modelling the new SF Paris 18/19 uniforms Continue reading
These are the new Toulouse rugby shirts 2016/17, Stade Toulousain’s new home, away and third kits for the upcoming Top 14 season. Made by BLK and here modelled by Thierry Dusautoir and his teammates, the new Toulouse rugby jerseys were officially unveiled on August 1, 2016 Continue reading
These are the new Toulon rugby shirts 2016/17, RCT’s new uniforms for the upcoming Top 14 season. Made by new kit partners Hungaria Sport, who have inked a deal with the club to replace Burrda, the new strips were officially revealed on July 1, 2016.
Hungaria Sport have revealed three uniforms- red home, black away/alternate and white third. The likes of Mathieu Bastareaud, Guilhem Guirado and James O’Connor are here seen modelling the new Toulon rugby tops Continue reading
French second tier rugby club Colomiers have inked a three season deal with O’Neills that will see the latter replace Kappa as shirt partners. The new Colomiers O’Neills shirt deal was officially revealed to the public on May 3, 2016.
O’Neills are not new to ProD2- they also have Tarbes on board with them Continue reading
French giants Toulon have inked a new kit deal with manufacturer Hungaria Sport that will see the latter make uniforms for RCT beginning the 2016/17 season. It’s a big coup for Hungaria Sport, who were very prominent in France in the 70’s and are looking to revive past glories in the current market.
The announcement was formally announced by RCT honcho Mourad Boudjellal and Hungaria president Pierre Arcens.
Hungaria have been aggressively pursuing new contracts in the French domestic market and have already brought La Rochelle (five season deal beginning 2016/17) and football club Reims on board
The deal means the end of Toulon’s current shirt deal with Burrda Continue reading
French giants Stade Toulousain, like their BLK outfitted Pro12 counterparts Ospreys, have also been given a special “Bat jersey”. The new Toulouse Batman jersey will be worn in their upcoming games against RC Toulon and Ulster. Continue reading
These are the new Montpellier rugby jerseys 2015/16, Montpellier Herault Rugby’s new home, away and third kits for the 15/16 Top 14 season. All three strips have been made by Puma, with the club giving supporters an option to vote for the third jersey in the first week of September.
The results of the poll saw the black and gold top, worn by Anthony Tuitavake here, win with 50% of the votes. The predominantly blue shirt is the principal home shirt, with the other set to serve as the alternate kit.
Montpellier are currently coached by Jake White and will have a large Southern Hemisphere contingent joining them after the World Cup, with the likes of Bismarck du Plessis, Pierre Spies, Nic White, Jesse Mogg and Jacques du Plessis linking up with their former boss. Continue reading