Rugby World Cup kits 2023: Every shirt ranked
Are you ready for the 2023 Rugby World Cup?
If so, you’ll be glad to know that teams have begun releasing their new shirts for the biggest rugby tournament.
With all the top international teams in rugby set to compete at the 2023 event, it’s time to get excited and start ranking these awesome rugby jerseys!
In this article, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best new Rugby World Cup replica shirts and giving our opinion on which one is the most stylish for rugby fans to pull on.
For those rugby fans going to France for the tournament, it's a chance to have a look and see if it's worth supporting a second side.
There are 20 nations competing at the 2023 Rugby World Cup, but who makes what shirts?
Here are all the manufacturers in a handy graph!
Italian brand Macron lead the way with 7 teams - Georgia, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Samoa, Scotland & Wales.
Following on from that comes Nike, producing official kit for Argentina, Fiji and South Africa, with the double acts of Canterbury (Ireland & Japan), Umbro (Chile & England).
There's one each from Asics (Australia) Adidas with the All Blacks Rugby World Cup jersey, hosts France and Le Coq Sportif, with BLK supplying Namibia.
We aren't suite sure yet who is making shirts for Tonga and Uruguay, but we will do our best to find out and stock them at Rugbystuff.com if possible.
Anyway, on with the rankings, so let’s take a closer look and see what makes each shirt unique!
The tournament hosts are first to launch their 2023 Rugby World Cup shirt, again in partnership with Le Coq Sportif.
A special weaving design is a first on a France rugby shirt, which almost looks like a variation on a tartan.
Matched with the classic white shorts and red socks, it's definitely going to look sharp on the rugby pitch.
With a home support packing the stands in the new blue colour inspired by the updated colour of the French flag, France are sure to be in with shot at a first Rugby World Cup win in this shirt.
Rugbystuff.com Ranking - 8/10
That's it for now! Only France have shown their hand so far, but keep checking back throughout the summer for updates.
We believe most Rugby World Cup shirts will be launched around July, with the tournament kicking off in September.
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