Premiership Rugby club London Irish have officially unveiled their new St.Patricks jersey that they will wear in their upcoming league clash against Northampton Saints on 28 March, 2020. The special strip has been made by BLK and designed by South African based LIRFC fan Jean-Luc Pienaar (from Stellenbosch, near Cape Town).
This St Patricks Party fixture will be Irish’s last at the Madjeski Stadium before they shift to Brentford in the 2020/21 season. Northampton were the first opposition club for this fixture when it began back in 2001. Continue reading
This is the new Saracens away shirt 2017/18, Sarries’ new alternate strip for the upcoming AVIVA Premiership season. The kit has been made by BLK, who have already unveiled a new home kit for the upcoming season. Continue reading
This is the new Saracens rugby shirt 2017/18, Sarries’ new home kit for the upcoming 17/18 AVIVA Premiership rugby season. Made by BLK, the new Sarries jersey was officially revealed on July 20, 2017. The club finished third in the 2016/17, losing in their semifinal to Exeter, but made up for it by successfully defending their European crown Continue reading
This is the new Connacht rugby shirt 2017/18, Connacht’s new home strip for the upcoming Pro14 season. Made by BLK, Connacht’s new 17/18 home kit was officially unveiled on 19 July, 2017. The club finished a disappointing 8th in the 2016/17 Pro12 season Continue reading
Click here to see the new Kiwis RL Macron jersey- worn v Kangaroos in May 2017
New Zealand’s national rugby league team will wear Macron at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup after the Italian firm inked a three year contract to replace BLK. The new Macron Kiwis jersey will be released soon, with the Kiwis first set to wear the uniform in their ANZAC test in May 2017.
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