The Webb Ellis Jersey
The Webb Ellis Jersey, made in England, is named after the Reverend William Webb Ellis, who as a young boy was reputed to have invented the game of rugby.
In 1823, while a pupil at the illustrious Rugby School, Webb Ellis supposedly picked up the ball and ran with it during a football match.
The actual trophy awarded to the winners of the Rugby World Cup is even called the ‘Webb Ellis Cup’.
The jersey, in ‘Navy & Yellow’ hoops, proudly sports the Stanley Biggs Aero Club crest on the left chest.
Our Jerseys are 50% cotton and 50% polyester, with woven cotton collar and twin needle stitching on hems.
The Aero Club Badges are 100% Wool.
Wash at 30 degrees.
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