Polo Match 1987
Polo Match 1987

The history of the productMATCH 1987


Opposition to its creation came from British rugby federations who feared it would put an end to amateurism. These fears proved to be correct as rugby union became professional in 1995. This first competition was held jointly in New Zealand and Australia. Only sixteen teams were invited. The first final in the history of the World Cup was held at the Eden Park in Auckland. The French are opposed to the New Zealanders. It is a one-way match. In front of 46 000 spectators, the French, after their sparkling victory over the Australian Wallabies one week earlier, are far less flamboyant on this decisive day. The final score is 29 to 9. David Kirk, captain of the All Blacks, is the first player to receive the William Webb Ellis Trophy.


Polo Match 1987

Short sleeves polo 

Made in Portugal
Size :

Référence : M23017-RETRO BLUE

The 1987 match short sleeve polo shirt is made of an uncompromising premium jersey cotton (100% cotton)

We claim a local and sustainable production! Design created in France, polo made in Portugal

For this reference, we propose a polo with a straight cut and contrasted collar

Embroidery of flags on the heart and bicentenary patch in cotton twill printed and applied on the back

The polo integrates a tricolor inside lining

Embroidered ring patch on the right sleeve, the first emblem of French sport

The product is pre-washed to avoid shrinkage and fading

Polo sold with its historical card, signature of the brand!

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

Free delivery depending on your country.
Articles can be returned within 30 days.
Express delivery available.

Made in Europe

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.