Canterbury and the Irish Rugby Football Union have today announced the renewal of their Official Kit partnership for a further four years.
The new agreement sees Canterbury’s continued support of Irish Rugby with the Senior Men’s, Senior Women’s, Under 20s and 7s national teams stepping out in Canterbury kit at all major events until 2024.
As part of their commitment to get more people involved in rugby, Canterbury is also supporting the development of the women’s game through its new sponsorship of ‘Canterbury Give it a Try’; an IRFU grass roots initiative for girls.
The eight-week programme is designed to give girls, aged between 8 and 14, the opportunity to learn how to play rugby in a fun and safe environment.
JOIN THE RUCK
LIST | England’s five WORST jerseys of all-time
Feast your gaze on these horrible England eyesores from down the years…
1. Sevens – 2013
Getting a bit more adventurous with this kaleidoscopic cornea burner from the England Sevens team. Thes multi-coloured front seems reminiscent of a dance-floor in a cheesy 70’s disco club. Extraordinary.