Irish Pro14 club Leinster have announced a new kit deal with Adidas that will see the German manufacturer make kits beginning the 2018/19 season. Leinster’s current manufacturers are Canterbury, who also supply uniforms to the Irish national rugby team after taking over the contract from Puma a few years ago.
The switch also means that both Leinster and Munster, easily Ireland’s most popular club rugby teams, are now with Adidas. The likes of the All Blacks, France and Manchester United (soccer) are also currently outfitted by Adidas Continue reading
Following on from the release of their grey away jersey for the 2017/18 season, Munster Rugby have officially unveiled their new home shirt for the 17/18 Pro 14 season. Continue reading
This is the new Munster rugby away shirt 2017/18, Munster’s new alternate jersey for the upcoming Pro14 season. Made by Adidas, Munster’s new away kit was officially unveiled on 10 July, 2017 by the club.
The predominantly dark-grey jersey design takes inspiration from the battle armour worn by Munster’s ancient kings, with a subtle antler-themed tapestry present within Continue reading
The French rugby jersey will have a new major sponsor beginning this weekend’s Six Nations game against Italy- the Altrad Group. France’s rugby shirt will now carry the words “Soutenu par Altrad” (Supported by Altrad)- a nod to the group that own Top 14 outfit Montpellier.
The FFR’s agreement with the Altrad Group is till the end of 2017. The shirt currently already carries “France 2023” in a reference to France’s bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
The Altrad France rugby sponsorship deal leaves football as the only major sport in France which does not have a sponsor logo on the national team’s jersey.
Check out the integration of the Altrad Group on the shirt below Continue reading
This is the new Germany rugby kit 2017, German rugby’s new home shirt for the 2017 season. Made by sportswear giants Adidas, who have taken over from BLK (Germany wore BLK in their famous win over Romania last month), the new Germany rugby jersey debuted over the weekend (March 4, 2017) in the side’s 34-29 win over Belgium in Offenbach. Capri Sun, the brand owned by Heidelberg born German billionaire Hans Peter Wild, who has been a great supporter of the national rugby union side, remain sponsors Continue reading