New Ireland Sevens Jersey 2017-18 | Canterbury Irish 7’s Kit World Series 2018

Ireland’s sevens rugby program hasn’t quite received the same attention that their fifteen member counterpart does, but they did their nation proud by reaching the semifinals of the 2018 London Sevens in their first appearance at the tournament since 2004 (they were an invitational team at the Sevens).

The Irish sevens jersey has been made by Canterbury Continue reading

New Leinster Rugby Adidas Jersey Deal- Five Year deal to make kits beginning 2018-19

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

New England Rugby Sevens World Cup Kits 2018- English Alternate 7’s Strip 2018-19 Canterbury

These are the new England sevens rugby kits 2018/19, England’s new home and away rugby shirts for the ongoing HSBC Sevens Series. Made by Canterbury and officially released on March 27, 2018, the new England sevens uniforms 18/19 will make their debut in next week’s Hong Kong Sevens.

Both England 7’s shirts feature the St.George cross pattern (dark grey and pink on the home jersey and bright pink on the away top).

These will also serve as England’s uniforms for the rest of the 2017/18 HSBC Sevens Series as well as the 2018 Rugby Sevens World Cup Continue reading

New Cheetahs Rugby Pro14 Jersey 2017- Canterbury Southern Kings Pro14 Kit

Here are the new Cheetahs and Southern Kings’ shirts for their inaugural Pro14 seasons, as revealed in today’s launch in Dublin. Both kits have been made by Canterbury. Prima facie, they appear to be pretty much the same ones that they were worn when both teams played in Super Rugby.

The Cheetahs and the EP Kings were axed from Super Rugby as part of a restructuring exercise to reduce the 18 team competition to a 15 one, and the two clubs have moved north to join the Pro12. Continue reading