IRELAND HAVE released a new kit ahead of their tour of New Zealand.
The Men’s and Women’s team replica jerseys are available through the IRFU’s Official Sports Retail Partner Intersports Elverys, in store and via Elverys.ie, and on Canterbury.com
The kit will be worn for the whole of the 2022/23 season, which includes the Six Nations and the Autumn Series.
A range of training wear for all fans of the game has also been unveiled
According to a quote on the IRFU website, 'the new jerseys represent the strength and unity of Irish players, fans and supporters against tough competitors, as both the Men’s and Women’s teams prepare for key test matches this summer.'
The @IrishRugby Home Kit is available from the 23rd of June through the IRFU’s Official Sports Retail Partner Intersports Elverys, in store and via https://t.co/Rlu17Y3GQ5#MadeStronger #TheHeartOfSport @canterburyNZ — Intersport Elverys (@Elverys) June 23, 2022
The @IrishRugby Home Kit is available from the 23rd of June through the IRFU’s Official Sports Retail Partner Intersports Elverys, in store and via https://t.co/Rlu17Y3GQ5#MadeStronger #TheHeartOfSport @canterburyNZ
— Intersport Elverys (@Elverys) June 23, 2022
The Ireland men's team will get to test out their new attire against the Maori All Blacks on 29th June, when the side head to New Zealand for the summer series this month.
Ireland plays the All-Blacks in the following game in Eden Park on 2nd July and will also get a chance to show off the new jersey.
Head of Global Sports Marketing at Pentland Brands, Simon Rowe said: “This kit marks the ninth year of our partnership with the IRFU, and we’ll be with the Irish fans cheering on the teams in Japan and New Zealand as they look to show the world that Ireland is ‘Made Stronger’.
Head Buyer – Team Sports, Intersport Elverys, Philip Staunton said: “The Made Stronger mantra of this season’s range is a great reflection of the hard work and strength that is at the core of our relationship with Canterbury and the IRFU.
We pride ourselves on being the local sports store in communities across Ireland and being the appointed destination where a young supporter picks up their first Irish Rugby jersey is a responsibility Intersport Elverys doesn’t take lightly.
The exciting tours this summer will hopefully inspire more kids to dream of wearing the Irish jersey one day. We have great confidence the latest offering will deliver a diverse and desirable range of options for all supporters with a pulsating year on the horizon beginning in New Zealand and Japan.”
The new Ireland Rugby range is available from Elverys.ie, in store and on Canterbury.com.