These are the new Wales RWC jerseys 2015, Wales’ new home and away tops for Rugby World Cup 2015. Warren Gatland’s side are in the Group of Death at this year’s RWC, with England, Australia and Fiji also in the same group as the Welsh.
The new Welsh RWC 2015 shirts have been made by Under Armour, and were officially unveiled on 8th August, 2015, on the eve of Wales’ friendly against Ireland. Continue reading
These are the new Namibia RWC 2015 jerseys, Namibia’s new home and alternate kits for Rugby World Cup 2015. Made by Canterbury, the new Namibian 2015 rugby shirts were officially unveiled at the Maerua Mall in the city of Windhoek on July 17, 2015.
Saracens flanker Jacques Burger, also Namibia captain, and Sharks No.8 Renaldo Bothma were present at the unveiling of the new tops. Continue reading
These are the new Argentine RWC 2015 shirts, Argentina’s new home and away/alternate jerseys for the upcoming 2015 Rugby World Cup in the United Kingdom. Los Pumas’ RWC jerseys have been made by Nike and were revealed before their opening game of the Rugby Championship against New Zealand in Christchurch.
Argentina will be looking to replicate their performance from the last World Cup held in the Northern Hemisphere- 2007, when they finished third in France. Continue reading
These are the new Japan RWC kits 2015, Japan’s home and away tops for Rugby World Cup 2015. Made by Canterbury, Japan’s RWC 2015 uniforms were officially unveiled in the second week of July 2015.
The Brave Blossoms are in Group B for RWC 2015 alongside South Africa, Samoa, Scotland and the United States. Key players include Michael Leitch, the Chiefs eigthman, Fumiaki Tanaka, the Highlanders scrumhalf and hooker Shota Hourie, the former Rebels No2.
Japan’s new Rugby World Cup 2015 home shirt features red and white stripes, while the alternate/away kit is blue in colour Continue reading
This is the new Ireland RWC shirt 2015, the Irish national rugby union side’s Rugby World Cup uniform, made by Canterbury. The new Irish RWC strip was officially unveiled on July 14, 2015 and features the country’s traditional green shirt, white shorts and green socks combo.
Ireland, Six Nations winners in 2013 and 2014, will be heavily fancied to top Group D which also includes France and Italy. Finishing first will potentially see Joe Schmidt’s side play a quarterfinal tie against Argentina Continue reading