T-Shirt Collection

  • England 1871 Rugby T-Shirt Navy Front
    The 1871 rugby union match between Scotland and England played on 27 March 1871 was the world’s very first international rugby union match. The match was played at Raeburn Place, Edinburgh in front of 4,000 spectators
  • Ellis Rugby Vintage England Rugby T-Shirt Back Image Ellis Rugby Vintage English Rugby T-Shirt Front Image
    Inspired by the great England Rugby teams. Over the years the English rugger shirt has rarely changed since the teams inception back in 1871, featuring a plain white shirt with the famous red rose on the left chest.
  • The Hall of Fame Great Britain 1958 Rugby League T-Shirt Back Image The Hall of Fame Great Britain 1958 Rugby League T-Shirt Front Image
    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.
  • The Man in the Arena T-Shirt Back Image The Man in the Arena T-Shirt Front Image
    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”
  • New York Rugby League Navy T-Shirt Back Image New York Rugby League Navy T-Shirt Front Image
    The branding of New York Rugby League is as iconic as the City itself and includes a number of references to the city within its design.  The colors of the flag derive from the early flag of the Netherlands, the country that first settled in the area in 1625.
  • New York Rugby League Orange T-Shirt Back Image New York Rugby League Orange T-Shirt Front Image
    The branding of New York Rugby League is as iconic as the City itself and includes a number of references to the city within its design.  The colors of the flag derive from the early flag of the Netherlands, the country that first settled in the area in 1625.
  • Old Boys T-Shirt Back Image Old Boys T-Shirt Front Image
    The Old Boys Rugby T-Shirt. A vintage design inspired by the ‘Old Boys’. Featuring on the design is the ‘Old Boys’ Crest as well as Ellis Rugby branding. 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.
  • The Triple Blue T-Shirt in Navy Back Image The Triple Blue T-Shirt in Navy Front Image
    The ‘Triple Blue’ T-Shirt in navy. A classic design incorporating many symbols to celebrate C.N. Lowe as well as Ellis Rugby branding. The symbols to celebrate C.N. Lowe are located in a quartered Crest on the front of this T-Shirt. Ellis Rugby branding and the vintage Cambridge Lion feature on the arms of this garment.
  • The Triple Blue T-Shirt in Sky Back Image The Triple Blue T-Shirt in Sky Front Image
    The ‘Triple Blue’ T-Shirt in sky. A classic design incorporating many symbols to celebrate C.N. Lowe as well as Ellis Rugby branding. The symbols to celebrate C.N. Lowe are located in a quartered Crest on the front of this T-Shirt. Ellis Rugby branding and the vintage Cambridge Lion feature on the arms of this garment.
  • The Flying Prince T-Shirt in Grey Back Image The Flying Prince T-Shirt in Grey Front Image
    Inspired by the legend of Alexander Obolensky, “The Flying Prince”. The design of the Flying Prince T-shirt comprises of the vintage Oxford crown along with English Rose appliqué. Prince A. S. Obolensky was a Rurikid prince whose family fled Russia after the Russian Revolution of 1917, settling in London.
  • The Flying Prince T-Shirt in Navy Back Image The Flying Prince T-Shirt in Navy Front Image
    Inspired by the legend of Alexander Obolensky, “The Flying Prince”. The design of the Flying Prince T-shirt comprises of the vintage Oxford crown along with English Rose appliqué. Prince A. S. Obolensky was a Rurikid prince whose family fled Russia after the Russian Revolution of 1917, settling in London.
  • Varsity T-Shirt in Navy Back Image Varsity T-Shirt in Navy Front Image
    The Varsity T-Shirt in Navy. A classic inspired design containing the vintage Oxford Crown as well as the vintage Cambridge Lion. The history of The Varsity Match extends back to early 1872. It was a year after the first ever rugby international (Scotland v England).