England fans believe new World Cup jersey has been accidentally leaked - Ruck

England fans believe new World Cup jersey has been accidentally leaked

Fans of England Rugby are growing increasingly anxious as they eagerly anticipate the release of new kits for the upcoming 2023 World Cup.

Their concerns have been sparked by the availability of a key ring on the official England Rugby store, leading them to speculate whether it could potentially be the design for the World Cup jerseys.

The key ring, shaped like the team’s jersey, has prompted discussions among supporters. The website describes it as a stylish accessory that allows England Rugby fans to display their passion for the game wherever they go.

One fan expressed their thoughts, suggesting, “Could this inadvertently be the unveiling of our World Cup kit?”

Another supporter commented with a hopeful tone, “I sincerely hope not,” while yet another added, “It wouldn’t surprise me if this turns out to be the actual design.”

If you’re interested, you can view and purchase the keyring here.

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England World Cup fixtures:

England have been drawn in Pool D for Rugby World Cup 2023 – alongside Japan, Argentina, Samoa and Chile.

England will begin their RWC 2023 campaign against Argentina in Marseille on Saturday 9th September.

All kick-off times are shown in UK & Ireland time (with local time in brackets).

England v Argentina: Stade Vélodrome, Marseille. Saturday 9th September 2023. Kick-off: 8:00pm (9:00pm local)

England v Japan: Stade de Nice, Nice. Sunday 17th September 2023. Kick-off: 8:00pm (9:00pm local)

England v Chile: Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille. Saturday 23rd September 2023. Kick-off: 4:45pm (5:45pm local)

England v Samoa: Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille. Saturday 7th October 2023. Kick-off: 4:45pm (5:45pm local)

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