Polo Serjeant G.

 100% cotton, Short sleeves

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89.00 €

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Made in PT

3 reasons for choosing

  • This casual polo shirt in tribute of Serjeant Gallaher, sports and heroes of WW1
  • The quality of the mesh
  • Sold in a gift box 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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One Heroes, one Story : Serjeant Gallaher

Born in Ireland in 1873, Dave Gallaher was an emblematic 15 a side rugby player.

He was Captain of the NEW Zealand team 27 times !

He was captain of the very first «Originals» tour of the British Isles, France and North America. The «Originals» managed an almost perfect tour with only one defeat in 30 matches! The Europeans were captivated by their game and their Haka that was discovered during this famous rugby tour.

In 1906, the captain Gallaher also became Auckland team head coach and then Head coach for the New Zealand national team. He was a strapping man physically and a great teacher.

Gallaher was a Sergeant during the second Boer war (1899-1902) in South Africa and he decided to fight again when the First World War broke out. He found himself in Belgium the 4th October 1917 and died in combat during the terrible Passchendaele battle. He died a hero and was buried in the cemetery in the Flemish town of Poperinge.


  • Polo shirt , 100% cotton drop needle
  • Classic cut
  • 3 buttons front panel
  • Short sleeves
  • Side slits
  • Badges on the heart and both sleeves
  • Colour : Black
  • Made in Europe  
  • Adult sizes : S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL  
  • Sold in a gift box with the history of the jersey

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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