Rugby Jersey Collection

Find all of our Rugby Jerseys in one place. The Rugby Jerseys Collection is home to all of our quality vintage style Ruggers. Inspiration for the design of each Jersey has been drawn from the wonderful game of Rugby Football. Inspiration for the designs of our Rugby Jerseys range from individual players to entire squads. This includes players such as C.N. Lowe and the Great Britain Rugby League World Cup squad of the late-1980s.All of our Rugby Jerseys are manufactured from 100% Cotton.

  • Australia-Rugby-League-Shirt-Vintage-Kangaroo-Jersey-Front
    Inspired by the former great Australian Rugby League teams. The 1968 Rugby League World Cup champion team was one of the countries finest, captained by Johnny Raper and included the likes of Graeme Langlands, Bob Fulton, Artie Beetson and Ron Coote.
  • Australia Rugby Union Shirt Back Australia-Rugby-Union-Shirt-Vintage-Front
    The Australia Rugby Union Shirt Vintage is designed in the memory of the team. The team played its first game against the British Lions touring team in Sydney back in 1899. Played at the Sydney Cricket Ground the Wallabies won by 13–3, but the Lions won the remaining three Tests. The team number of the team members is six players Queensland players and nine players from New South Wales. The team wore maroon jerseys when playing in Brisbane, Queensland. Also, wore blue shirts when matches were held in Sydney, New South Wales. The page was the Australian Coat of Arms in place of the usual emblems of each colony.
  • Canada Rugby Union Shirt Back Canada-Rugby-Union-Shirt-Vintage-Heritage-Style-Front
    As Canada’s two main languages are English and French, it has long been influenced by not only the Commonwealth, but the French rugby community. As early as 1902, a Canadian XV toured the British Isles. And in 1908, the British Columbia rugby union team travelled to California to play the All Blacks.
  • Cornwall Rugby Union Shirt Back Cornwall-Rugby-Union-Shirt-Vintage-Front
    Cornwall won their first ever County Rugby Championship back in 1908 when they defeated Durham County by 17 points to 3.  
  • England-Rugby-1923-Shirt-1924-Grand-Slam-main

    An Introduction to the England Rugby 1923 Shirt 1924 Grand Slam

    The England Rugby 1923 Shirt 1924 Grand Slam is inspired by the great teams of 1923 and 1924 led by Dave Davies and Wavell Wakefield.

    Read More England Rugby Grand Slam 1923

    Captained by Dave Davies, the Pembroke born Fly Half who opted to represent England, rather than his native Wales. He led them in to the 1923 Five Nations Tournament as joint favourites. Their first game of the campaign was ironically against the 1922 champions Wales at Twickenham. In a tight game forward Leo Price crossed for a try, but Gwilym Michael’s try for Wales cancelled out the lead. The game was finally won when wing Alastair Smallwood added a drop goal to make the final score 7 points to 3.
  • England-Rugby-1991-Shirt-1992-Grand-Slam-back England-Rugby-1991-Shirt-1992-Grand-Slam-front

    An Introduction to the England Rugby 1991 Shirt 1992 Grand Slam

    The England Rugby 1991 Shirt 1992 Grand Slam is inspired by the great teams of 1991 and 1992 led by Will Carling.

    Read More England Rugby Grand Slam 1991

    The England team of 1991 was one of the finest teams to wear the famous Red Rose. They began their Five Nations campaign against Wales at the Cardiff Arms Park on the 19th January. Although there was only one try scored by by Back Row Forward Mike Teague, England dominated possession and Simon Hodgkinson kicked seven goals to win comfortably 25 points to 6. Continued...
  • England Rugby Shirt Vintage Triple Blue Back England-Rugby-Shirt-Vintage-Triple-Blue-Front
    The Triple Blue Rugby jersey. A vintage inspired design incorporating a quartered crest containing the English Rose and symbols celebrating C.N. Lowe’s military achievements.
  • Great Britain Rugby League Shirt 1962 Back Great-Britain-1962-Rugby-League-Shirt-Front
    Great Britain 1962 Rugby League Shirt inspiration; “1962 was a great side. Even the Australians said it was the best side for years. We wrapped up the Ashes in the second test at Brisbane with a 17-10 win despite losing Alex Murphy early on which was a blow but Poynton came on and did very well. In the third, we were robbed. We were 17-11 up and had Mick Sullivan and Derek Turner sent off. We were penalised under the posts for 17-13 then they went in at the corner and converted to win by a point and the game didn’t even kick off again. We would have been the only ever side to win a series 3-0 in Australia. However, that tour was the highlight of my career. To captain an Ashes winning side down under was fantastic.” – British captain Eric Ashton. Hall of Fame Great Britain 1962 Rugby League Jersey. A Vintage style Jersey made from 100% Cotton and featuring a design inspired by the 1962 Great Britain Ashes Test win down under. Available in either Billy Boston or Neil Fox style.
  • Great-Britain Rugby League Shirt 1958 Back Great-Britain-Rugby-League-Shirt-1958-Shirt
    In the 1958 Ashes Series, Great Britain lost the first test 25-8 to the Kangaroos in Sydney.
    In the second test, the Lions were inspired by captain Alan Prescott who played on until the end despite breaking his right arm in just the 3rd minute of the game, Great Britain leveled the series at 1–all with a 25–18 win over Australia in Brisbane. The injury ended Prescott's tour as a player. At half time, Prescott was offered a pain killing injection but refused, telling team manager Tom Mitchell "I just can’t come off, Tom. We would be two men short. We have got to win, so I had better help the boys". Great Britain also lost Dave Bolton with a broken collar bone after just 17 minutes.
  • Heritage-England-Rugby-Shirt-1871-Front
    There are three possibilities as to why the English Rugger jerseys originally featured the now famous red rose symbol.
    The first can be traced back to the Tudor rose (sometimes called the Union rose). This is the traditional floral heraldic emblem of England and takes its name and origins from the Tudor dynasty. Henry VII brought the end of the 'Wars of the Roses' between the House of Lancaster and the House of York. Henry’s mother was Margaret Beaufort from the House of Lancaster; in January 1486 he married Elizabeth of York to bring all factions together and adopted the Tudor rose badge conjoining the white rose of York and the red rose of Lancaster. Therefore, the English rose is not red, but half red and half white. However, subsequent monarchs (such as Elizabeth I) continued to be associated with the red rose because they were descended from the House of Lancaster.
  • Hull FC Rugby League Shirt Front Hull-FC-1956-Rugby-League-Vintage-Shirt-Front
    Johnny Whiteley MBE signed for Hull F.C. in 1950 for free. Rather than offering Johnny a signing-on fee he was promised a place in the squad the following game. He played 15 seasons for Hull making 417 appearances and scoring 156 tries and 2 goals for at total of 472 points. In his time with Hull, he was never dropped. He was selected for Great Britain squad while at Hull for the 1954 Rugby League World Cup in France. However he did not participate in any of the four matches, with Dave Valentine playing as loose forward in all four matches.
  • Hull-KR-Rugby-League-Shirt-Wembley-1980-Front
    An Introduction to Hull KR Rugby League Shirt and it's inspiration. The 1980 Challenge Cup was the first Hull Cup final derby. It had supporters from the East and West of the city making the trip to London. Hull Kingston Rovers defeated Hull 10-5 at Wembley before a crowd of 95,000. The game made national headline with the BBC Coverage  and big local news in the Hull Daily Mail.