Maillot Chemise England 1910

Rugby Jersey Shirts, 100% cotton jersey

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3 reasons for choosing this jersey

  • The jersey shirt, easy to wear, is a novel and unique product.
  • The elegance and style of a casual chic cardigan, with the original knitted quality and the embroidered rose of the 1910 England team! 
  • Sold in a gift box with a sticker detailing the shirt's history, written in association with the French Sports Museum.

Delivery costs

France 7,00 € - Offert à partir de 150 €
European Union 15,00 €
Other countries 30,00 €

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England 1910

Here is the rose that pricked the French during the first edition of the Five Nation’s tournament.

1910 saw the inclusion of France in this competition which until then had been reserved for the 4 Anglo-Saxon countries.
The Five Nation’s tournament begun on the 1st of January 1910 and was played until the 28th of March.

On the 3rd of March 1910, for their first home match before 8 000 spectators at the Parc des Princes, the French lost to the English 3 to 11... An honorable score for the French whose game was still evolving, as their captain Marcel Communeau remembered later.

No roses without thorns... The French suffered 11 defeats in the Five  Nation’s tournament before winning a match against England in 1927 at the Yves du Manoir stadium in Colombes!


  • Hand-made in France
  • 100% cotton jersey
  • Original 12 gauge knitting machine
  • The embroidered rose of the 1910 England team
  • Sizes : S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL, 4XL
  • Color: Marine
  • Sold in a gift box with a hang tag detailing the shirt's history

Cleaning instructions

Machine washable at 30°C inside out, wash with like colours, risk of disgorging, gentle ironing, machine drying not recommended.

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