Rugby Polo Shirts

Rugby Polo Shirts. An outstanding collection of stylish polo shirts. The Ellis Rugby Polos range includes vintage international Rugby Union polos. Retro Six Nations. England Rugby. Also, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France, and Italy. In addition, the Rugby Championship teams. With Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Also, upcoming teams from the Rugby World Cup. With Canada, Samoa, Tonga, USA, and Fiji. In addition vintage British Lions polos.

In addition, we offer a vintage Rugby League range. Club teams include Hull FC, Wakefield Trinity, and retro Leeds Rhinos,  We offer classic Warrington Wolves, heritage Manly Sea Eagles, and retro Cronulla Sharks. International retro Rugby League World Cup polos. For Great Britain Lions, France Les Chanticleers. Also, New Zealand Kiwis, England Rugby League, and Australia Kangaroos.

Vintage Rugby Polo. Including Northampton Saints and London Irish. And New York Rugby League. Plus, rugby polos are inspired by the legends of the game. These Ellis Rugby garments are made from 100% pique Cotton. And are of outstanding quality.

  • Rugby-League-New-Zealand-Retro-Shirt-Polo-back Rugby-League-New-Zealand-Retro-Shirt-Polo-front
    The Rugby League New Zealand Retro Shirt Polo is inspired by the heritage of the Kiwis national teams. Great Britain Rugby League Lions had convincingly beaten the Australia Rugby League team by two tests to one in the Ashes Series. According to reports they were desperately unlucky not to make history and white-wash the Kangaroos having lost by a single point in the third test 18 points to 17.
  • Retro-France-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-back Retro-France-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-front
    Inspired by the former great French Rugby League teams. The 1951 French Rugby League tour of Australia and New Zealand was captained by Puig Aubert who played 28 matches in total, winning 21 of them in what is regarded as the high point in the history of Rugby League in France.
  • Wales-Rugby-Shirt-Polo-Vintage-Style-back Wales-Rugby-Shirt-Polo-Vintage-Style-front
    Our Wales Rugby Shirt Polo Vintage Style is  inspired by the great Wales Rugby Union players and teams of days gone by. Wales were looking a really strong team going into the 1971 Five Nations Championship. Beaten by Ireland in Dublin the previous year, they narrowly lost out to France (who they beat 11-6 in Cardiff) on points difference. The team had talented players and featured a backline that not only featured in the great Wales team of 1971. But also the majority of Test places in the famous British & Irish Lions Test team that defeated the ‘All Blacks’ in the 1971 series. The half backs were Gareth Edwards at Scrum Hall and Barry John at Fly Half. In the Centre was Arthur Lewis of Ebbw Vale alongside the great John Dawe. Ian Hall, the Aberavon player replaced Lewis in the Scotland game.
  • Retro-Ireland-Rugby-Shirt-Polo–Rugby-Union-back Retro-Ireland-Rugby-Shirt-Polo–Rugby-Union-front
    The Retro Ireland Rugby Shirt Polo is a Heritage Style garment, inspired by the Irish Rugby teams of the past.
    Ireland won their first ever Grand Slam in 1948. They secured the Five Nations Championship in the final game on the 13th March 1948 at Ravenhill Road, Belfast with a victory over Wales.
  • Cronulla-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-Vintage-1976-back Cronulla-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-Vintage-1976-front
    Roger Millward enjoyed a playing career which spanned from 1964-1980. He made his name with his hometown club Castleford. A move the Hull KR in 1966 resulted in him becoming one of Rovers’ all-time greats.
  • Manly-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-Mal-Reilly-Hall-of-Fame-back Manly-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-Mal-Reilly-Hall-of-Fame-front
    Malcolm Reilly was a trailblazer of the English game. As a player he won a host of honours, including Premiership victories for his club Manly in 1972 and 1973.
  • Wakefield-Trinity-1960-Shirt-Polo-Rugby-League-Neil-Fox-front
    Neil Fox enjoyed a career that spanned over 20 years during the 60s and 70s and is the all-time record points-scorer in the games history. He notched up over 500 appearances for Wakefield Trinity during their golden years.
  • Vintage-Old-Boys-Rugby-Polo-Shirt-1871-front
    The inspiration behind the Vintage Old Boys Rugby Polo Shirt 1871.
    The development of Rugby Football in the early years was due to ‘Old Boys’ forming football clubs once they’d left school and gone in to industry. This is evident with the formation of the game in 1871 with the majority of the founder clubs being made up from Old Rugbeians or Old Marlburians. The clubs came together in 1871 and the first job of the new organisation was to form a committee. This consisted of three former students of Rugby School, all from the legal profession. These were founding president was Algernon Rutter, along with two fellow Old Rugbeians, Edward Carleton Holmes and Leonard James Maton, who set to work on drafting the rules, 59 in all, a process that took five months. They were completed in June 1871.
  • Classic-England-Rugby-Shirt-Polo-Triple-Blue-front
    C.N. Lowe MC, DFC, an England Rugby international (18 tries, 25 caps), a 1st World War flying ace credited with nine victories, and supposedly the inspiration for W. E. Johns’ character “Biggles”
  • England-Rugby-Prince-Shirt-1936-Polo-Back England-Rugby-Prince-Shirt-1936-Polo-front
    Prince A. S. Obolensky was a Rurikid prince whose family fled Russia after the Russian Revolution of 1917, settling in London.
  • Vintage-Ellis-Rugby-Polo-XV-Retro-Shirt-Back Vintage-Ellis-Rugby-Polo-XV-Retro-Shirt-front
    The Vintage Ellis XV Polo Shirt. This Polo Shirt is inspired by the great William Webb Ellis. ‘Ellis XV’ embroidery features on this design. The early rules of rugby were usually decided by those participating before a game took place. A decision took place as to whether or not it was legal to run with the ball shortly before kick-off. The production of the first set of written rules took place in 1845. These rules were produced by the pupils at Rugby School. However people were playing many variations of Rugby at the time.
  • Varsity-Rugby-Union-Shirt-Polo-1872-back Varsity-Rugby-Union-Shirt-Polo-1872-front
    The inspiration for the design of our Varsity Rugby Union Shirt Polo is the annual Varsity Match is played between the universities of Cambridge and Oxford. The first game was staged in 1872. Twickenham Stadium has staged the games since 1921.

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