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Harlequins Rugby Club, also known as Harlequins or Quins, is a professional rugby union club based in Twickenham, London, England. The club was founded in 1866 and is one of the oldest rugby clubs in England.
Harlequins is a member of the Gallagher Premiership, the top tier of rugby union in England, and plays its home matches at The Stoop, a 14,800-capacity stadium in Twickenham. The club has a rich history and has won several major domestic and European titles.
One of Harlequins' most famous achievements was winning the European Rugby Challenge Cup in the 2020-21 season, which was their first major trophy in almost a decade. The club has also won the English Premiership title once, in the 2011-12 season.
The club's emblem is a quartered design consisting of four colors: blue, red, green, and white. This has become a recognizable symbol for the club, and their distinctive playing style is characterized by fast, attacking rugby.
Over the years, Harlequins has produced several notable players who have gone on to represent their countries at the highest level, including England's Mike Brown and Chris Robshaw, Wales' Jamie Roberts, and Ireland's Conor O'Shea.
The Harlequins rugby shirt is a distinctive and recognisable piece of sportswear currently made by Castore, featuring the club's quartered design consisting of four colors: blue, red, green, and white. The design is based on the traditional Harlequin costume, which is associated with the Italian Commedia dell'arte theatrical tradition.
The colors and design have remained largely consistent throughout the club's history, although there have been occasional variations, such as a predominantly white away shirt or a shirt with a more stylised version of the quartered design.