Canterbury Unveil New Ireland Rugby Home and Alternate Jerseys

New look.

Canterbury, the official kit partner to Irish Rugby, has revealed the new Ireland Rugby Home and Alternate jerseys that will be worn throughout the 2020/21 season.

The new jerseys deliver a never seen before “look and energy” to both player and supporter. The home jersey blends a classic green with a subtle but striking block pattern representing strength, power and unity.

The ‘bio lime’ alternate jersey demands attention, embodying youth, vibrancy and energy while also featuring the block pattern that is synonymous with the new range. On closer inspection an energy pulse ripples through the jersey, a fresh design for a new era of Irish Rugby.

The jerseys and training range will be available on August 20th from, in store and on The jerseys will be available in Test (as worn by the players), Pro and Classic Replica fits across men’s, women’s and junior ranges.

Canterbury is also delighted to announce that a Women’s team replica jersey will be launching in October, in time for the rescheduled 2020 Six Nations fixtures and can be pre-ordered for women and kids today on This launch is part of a wider push on women’s products as fans can also expect to see an expanded women’s team training range to be available.

The Canterbury kit has been put through a gruelling testing process in the lab as well as on the field by elite and grassroots teams across Ireland, the UK and New Zealand.

Ireland Rugby Player and Canterbury Ambassador, Robbie Henshaw said:

“Canterbury has once again produced a kit that is stylish, functional and comfortable. A good jersey needs to look good on and off the pitch, for players and fans alike. This jersey does just that, and I cannot wait to be back on the pitch wearing it when representing my country.”

The new Ireland Rugby range is available from, in store and on When you purchase the new home or alternate jersey from Intersport Elverys, in-store or online, €5 will be donated to their new charity partner, The Irish Youth Foundation – which is entirely committed to levelling the playing field between children living in disadvantage and their peers in Ireland.

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