History of the brand


Sports d’époque est une marque française fondée en 2007 par deux frères passionnés de sport. C’est à partir de la lecture d’un livre sur l’histoire du rugby qu’ils font le constat suivant : les maillots d’époque sont beaux, authentiques et ont tous une histoire à raconter… impossible cependant d’en trouver !

C’est ainsi tout naturellement que Sports d’époque a adopté pour logo les deux anneaux entrelacés, inspiré par le symbole de l’USFSA (Union des sociétés françaises de sports athlétiques) porté au début du siècle dernier par les athlètes français.

ressusciter des maillots
oubliés qui ont pourtant
marqué l’histoire.


Aujourd’hui , la marque propose aussi une gamme de produits « inspirés » au style moderne ou classique qui intègrent des éléments de l’histoire du sport, via des broderies, des matières ou des coupes d’époque.


Our production is located in France and Portugal

We worked hard to develop high quality products: the design, the cut, the stitch, the colours… Attached to authenticity that lays deep in the brand DNA, we indicate the place where our products are manufactured, France or Europe.

This choice allows us to guarantee the best quality and a short manufacturing circuit. We have selected our partners for their know-how and have been working with them since the first day of our adventure. We are therefor proud to contribute to the development of this exceptional know-how in Europe.

In Portugal, we work with a family business located north of Porto. Our partner has a long history of working for major ready-to-wear brands. The company has a specially strong expertise and inimitable know-how in circular knit products, a key element that ensures the exceptional quality of our t-shirts, polo shirts and sweatshirts.

In France, we mainly produce our Authentic Jerseys in the factories that originally made these famous jerseys in the last century! Based on real jerseys from the beginning of last century, we have developed with our French partner a unique and exceptional knitwear by its quality and weight. All operations - dyeing, knitting, cutting, embroidery and shaping - are carried out in the workshop, only the thread is imported.