On the 26th July 2019, Scotland released their 2019/20 Home and Away rugby shirts to the public with a special supporters open day at BT Murrayfield.
The new jerseys have seen Macron bring back the Scottish Rugby tartan, first featured on the 2015 Rugby World Cup shirts, which were a massive hit with fans.
As ever, the Scotland home kit is navy blue, with navy shorts and white socks. The shorts also feature tartan panels to the side, along with a white Scottish Rugby crest, and the new Macron 'hero' logo.
It's the alternate shirt that is all change - moving from last year's silver effort to a light blue for this season. The shorts for the away kit are also light blue, again with tartan panels, and the socks are a mixture of light and navy blue.
On bodyfit and replica shirts, the tartan is across the shoulders and on the cuffs of the sleeves, while the classic cotton long sleeve and short sleeve jerseys have tartan panels to the sides.
All styles feature a collar which, when worn up, shows the tartan on the underside.
“Scottish Rugby and the Scotland squad are delighted take this chance to showcase the new kit for the forthcoming campaign, which will be complemented by BT’s new and simplified logo in the Summer Tests, Six Nations and summer tour." Dominic McKay, Scottish Rugby Chief Operating Officer.
The RWC 2019 shirt is produced with no sponsor, but the top that will be worn during the Rugby World Cup warm-up matches against France and Georgia, and throughout the 2020 Six Nations and summer tour features the new simplified logo of BT, principal partner to Scottish Rugby.
“Scotland was the first international team we designed for in rugby and we are very proud to have the opportunity to create the shirt which will represent the country at this year’s Rugby World Cup.
“We have a very positive relationship with Scottish Rugby as demonstrated by our recent long-term contract extension and this design has been developed hand in hand with our partners to bring together all the respective elements combined with our leading performance fabrics.” Gianluca Pavanello, Macron CEO.
All the latest Scotland kits, training ranges and leisure wear can be ordered online at Rugbystuff.com now, as well as in-store at First XV.
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