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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.

  • 1962-Rugby-League-Ashes-Great-Britain-Polo-Shirt-front
    The Hall of Fame Great Britain 1962 Rugby League Jersey. A Vintage style Polo made from 100% Cotton and featuring a design inspired by the 1962 Great Britain Ashes Test win down under. Available in Billy Boston & Neil Fox style.
  • 1995-Rugby-World-Cup-Mandela-Pienaar-Polo-front
    The movie ‘Invictus’ based on the 1995 Rugby World Cup starred Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon. The poem ‘Invictus’, did provide much solace to Mandela during his imprisonment on Robben Island. But it wasn’t Invictus that he gave to Pienaar just before the tournament. Rather, it was Theodore Roosevelt’s ‘The Man in the Arena’. “The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood”
  • British-&-Irish-Polo-Shirt-Retro-Ecru-Navy-Back British-&-Irish-Polo-Shirt-Retro-Ecru-Navy-Front
    British & Irish Shirt Polo Heritage Shirt Red Navy is inspired by the history of the British Isles Rugby Lions tours.
    In 1924, the British & Irish rugby team hadn’t toured South Africa for fourteen years and rugby was only just getting back to normal after the First World war. England had dominated the Five Nations Championship and they won seventeen games and drew one from 1920 to 1924. It therefore was strange, that only four members of the England 1924 Grand Slam side and six England full caps were chosen for the trip.
  • British-&-Irish-Shirt-Polo-Heritage-Shirt-Red-Navy-Front
    The British & Irish Shirt Polo Heritage Shirt Red Navy is inspired by the history of the British Isles Rugby Lions tours.
    In 1924, the British & Irish rugby team hadn’t toured South Africa for fourteen years and rugby was only just getting back to normal after the First World war. England had dominated the Five Nations Championship and they won seventeen games and drew one from 1920 to 1924. It therefore was strange, that only four members of the England 1924 Grand Slam side and six England full caps were chosen for the trip.
  • 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”
  • 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.
  • England-International-Rugby-Shirt-Vintage-Polo-back England-International-Rugby-Shirt-Vintage-Polo-front
    England’s first international match was against Scotland on Monday 27th March 1871. Scotland won this match played in front of a crowd of 4,000 people at Raeburn Place, Edinburgh. A subsequent international took place at the Oval in London on 5th February 1872 which saw England gain revenge and defeat Scotland.
  • England-Rugby-1995-Shirt-Polo-Grand-Slam-front

    An Introduction to the England Rugby 1995 Shirt Polo Grand Slam

    England Rugby 1995 Shirt Polo Grand Slam is inspired by the great team of 1995 led by Will Carling..

    Read More England Rugby 1995 Grand Slam

    The England team of 1995 was one of the finest teams to wear the famous Red Rose. The squad included the nucleus of the successful 1991 and 1992 Grand Slam teams with Rob Andrew, Jerry Guscott, Rory Underwood, Brian Moore, Jason Leonard, Tim Rodber and Dean Richards. But, they’d added fresh blood to the line-ups with the likes of Mike Catt, Tony Underwood, Kyran Bracken, Victor Ubogu, Martin Johnson and Ben Clarke. All led superbly by Will Carling. Continued...
  • England-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-1975-World-Cup-Front
    Manufactured by Ellis Rugby, the England Rugby League Shirt Polo 1975  is the finest shirt with high-quality fabric. Inspired by the England Rugby League World Cup team of 1975. England started their tournament against France at Headingley. It was a comfortable 20 points to 2 victory. Keith Fielding crossed for two tries with Roger Millward and Mick Morgan scoring the others. Hooker John Grey added four goals. Victor Serrano was the lone French scorer with a penalty goal.
  • 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.
  • Hull-FC-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-1958-back Hull-FC-Rugby-League-Shirt-Polo-1958-front
    Johnny  Whiteley was part of the Hull FC team from 1956 that won the league championship when Colin Hutton kicked a last-minute penalty in the final against Halifax at Maine Road, Manchester. In the 1958 final Johnny Whiteley dominanted the forward exchanges with Workington. He had a hand in all three second-half tries, including a 30 yard sprint for one himself in the victory over Town.
  • Leeds-Rugby-League-Shirt-1957-Heritage-Polo-front
    In November 1952 Lewis Jones signed for Leeds for a record £6,000. In 1956-57 he scored a record 496 points. Leeds also reached Wembley with Jones playing Centre. They beat Barrow 9-7 in the Challenge Cup Final before a crowd of 76,318. This season was a great success for Leeds and as well as the Challenge Cup, they also won the Yorkshire League competition.

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