• The England 1871 Vintage Navy T-Shirt, a navy T-Shirt featuring a detailed applique rose crest as well as subtle Ellis Rugby branding. The rose crest applique features on the chest of this garment with the Ellis Rugby branding on the arm.
  • Inspired by the great Scotland Rugby teams. The first international rugby football game resulted from a challenge issued in the sporting weekly Bell’s Weekly on 8 December 1870 and signed by the captains of five Scottish clubs, inviting any team “selected from the whole of England” to be played under the Rugby rules.
  • Inspired by the former great Irish Rugby teams. 1875 was to feature Ireland’s first international Rugby game. In 1948, inspired by tactician and fly-half Jack Kyle, Ireland beat France in Paris, England at Twickenham and a 6–0 win over Scotland at Lansdowne Road to clinch their first ever Five Nations Grand Slam.
  • 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 ‘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.
  • 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 Varsity T-Shirt in sky. 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).
  • 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 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 Vintage Invitation XV T-Shirt. The 1800s saw the creation of invitation rugby teams. William Percy Carpmael, had been part of the Cambridge team which had undertaken a tour of Yorkshire in 1884. Inspired by the culture behind short rugby tours he organised his first tour in 1889, which was followed by an 1890 tour with an invitational team calling themselves the Southern Nomads.
  • Inspired by the former great Welsh Rugby teams. Rugby Union took root in Wales in 1850, when Reverend Rowland Williams became Vice-Principal at St David’s College, Lampeter, where he introduced the sport. The first Welsh club, Neath was formed in 1871.
  • 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).