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Queens House R.F.C. T-Shirt


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The Queen’s House R.F.C. T-Shirt. A classic design including subtle Ellis Rugby branding. The Ellis Rugby branding features on the arm of this T-Shirt.

Queen’s House R.F.C. was established in 1867. This took place due to the co-operation of the brothers Rowland and Edward Hill as well as the families of Hewitt and Fry, all of which were living in Greenwich.

The club was named after the famous Queen’s House in Greenwich where Rowland Hill was born. The team wore a white jersey with the blue crown.

Queen’s House Rugby Football Club was one of the twenty-one founding clubs of the Rugby Football Union. However, no representatives from Queen’s House were successful in the election for Rugby Football Union committee members.

Queen’s House was one of the most difficult clubs in London to beat. This is proven as London Scottish were unable to defeat Queens House in five attempts.

The early 1880’s saw many of the clubs key players leave either through retirement or emigration. The disbanding of Queens House R.F.C. took place in 1884 while the club was still at its best after the loss of most of the main players. During the the clubs short time three different players represented England in international Rugby games.

Manufactured from ‘soft touch’ cotton. The Queen’s House R.F.C T-Shirt features stylish print on the front as well as matching herringbone trimmed side vents. In addition this T-Shirt features velvet tape on the neck opening and a woven ‘21 Club label’ sewn to hem.

This T-Shirt is available in sizes M – 2XL. In addition the T-Shirt is available in the following colours: Black, Red, Navy, Sky Blue and Marl Grey.


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Black, Marl Grey, Sky Blue, Red, Navy

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