These are the new Stade Francais kits 15/16, Stade’s new home, away and third rugby strips for the upcoming Top 14 season. The new Stade tops, made by new kit partner Asics (replacing Adidas), were officially unveiled on August 4, 2015.
Stade won the 2014/15 Top 14 title, beating Clermont in the final.
In true Stade fashion, Asics have come up with a set of funky uniforms.
The new Stade Francais 2015/16 home rugby shirt is blue with pink lightning detailing, and takes inspiration from the Notre Dame Cathedral. Continue reading
Japanese brand Asics have added Stade Francais to their list of major partnerships after inking a deal to supply kits beginning the 2015/16 season. Stade are the second major French Top 14 club to wear Asics jerseys after Castres. Asics also currently supply uniforms to both the South African and Australian national rugby union teams, as well as the Australian cricket team.
So what happens to the “distinctive” pink jerseys that Stade have become so famous for in the last few years? Continue reading
These are the new Bordeaux rugby jerseys 2014/15, Union Bordeaux Begles’ new home, alternate and third kits for the Top 14 season. The new UBB rugby shirts have been made by Kappa.
Bordeaux had a great 2013/14 Top 14 season, finishing 8th in the league with 64 points, two behind Castres who took the final playoff spot, and one behind Stade. Continue reading
These are the new jerseys for Top 14 club Aviron Bayonnais, their new shirts for the 2014/2015 Top 14 season. The new Bayonne shirts have been made by Kappa. Bayonne finished 10th in the 2013/14 season, only three points above relegated Perpignan, but not too far from 6th place Castres either ( 12 behind them)
Bayonne have unveiled three jerseys for this season (home, away and third in serial order). They are however yet to find a permanent sponsor after the end of their earlier deal with Affelou Continue reading
These are the new Toulon rugby shirts 2014/15, the new home and away uniforms for French giants Rugby Club Toulonnais. The kits have been made by Burrda, and will be worn by the likes of Carl Hayman, Bakkies Botha, Juan Smith, Leigh Halfpenny and Drew Mitchell in the upcoming Top 14 season.
Toulon won the Top 14 last season, topping it in the regular rounds and also winning the playoff final against Castres. They also won the Heineken Cup, beating Saracens in the final.
While the home shirt remains red, Toulon have gone for a grey alternate strip this season, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is what appears to be the new Racing Metro 92 rugby jersey for the upcoming 2014/15 Top 14 season. The new Racing rugby kit has been made by Kappa and features minor changes from the last jersey Continue reading
These are the new Stade Toulousain kits 2014/2015, Top 14 club Toulouse’s new home, away and third shirts for the upcoming season. Made by BLK Sport, who take over from Nike following the latter’s decision to gradually withdraw from rugby, the uniforms were officially unveiled on July 21st, 2014 by the club.
The new Toulouse home rugby shirt 2014/15 is the black one in the pic below, with red set to serve as the away/alternate shirt and white the third/European jersey. The likes of Luke McAlister and Schalk Ferreira are seen modelling the new Stade Toulousain strips. Continue reading
These are the new Stade Francais rugby shirts 2014/15, SF Paris’ home and away kits for the upcoming Top 14 season. Stade finished 7th in the 13/14 Top 14 season, but narrowly missed out on a spot in the playoff to 6th place Castres, who finished a single point ahead. The new Stade rugby uniforms were officially unveiled by Adidas France on 15th July, 2014.
Stade Francais’ new home kit 14/15 contains pink and black flashes of lightning on a predominantly white background. The away top is an interesting one, with Adidas incorporating Paris’ Iconic Eiffel Tower Landmark onto the shirt, as can be seen in the pictures below. Continue reading
This is the new Montpellier home rugby jersey 2014/2015, MHRC’s new home shirt for the upcoming Top 14 season. Montpellier finished second in the regular 13/14 season, just one point behind eventual winners Toulon, but lost to Castres in the semifinals.
Montpellier have continued their association with Puma, and the kit is here seen modelled by the likes of Rene Ranger and Francois Trinh-Duc Continue reading
French giants Stade Toulousain have decided to part company with Nike and have penned a new kit deal with BLK beginning the 2014/15 season.
Toulouse are the latest high profile team to be outfitted by BLK, who are also partners with the Qantas Wallabies, Kiwis ( NZ national rugby league), Brumbies, Reds, Connacht and the Natal Sharks.