Scotland reveals Rugby World Cup kit

Scotland reveals Rugby World Cup kit

Scotland has today revealed its Rugby World Cup 2019 kit which features two unique tartan elements, connecting the team to both its home and the host country for the sport’s largest global showpiece.

The Scotland home kit is the traditional navy blue with the Scottish Rugby tartan featuring on the back and shoulders of the jersey and side-panelling of the navy shorts, paired with white socks.

To highlight Scottish Rugby’s strong ties with Japan and its long-standing relationship with the Japanese City of Nagasaki, which will host the arrival and acclimatisation camp for Scotland’s Rugby World Cup Squad ahead of the tournament, the Nagasaki tartan is displayed under the collar of the jersey.

Scottish Rugby signed a Strategic Alliance with the City of Nagasaki in 2016 and have made regular visits to the city to help support initiatives to promote the sport and the historic relationship with Scotland.

An U16 squad drawn from nine Schools of Rugby across Scotland toured Nagasaki only last year and the ties to the city date back even further after Scottish businessman Thomas Glover helped the industrialisation of the country based out of Nagasaki in the 19th century and became a household name in Japan.

The alternate kit changes from the current silver colouring to sky blue and again features both the Scottish Rugby and Nagasaki tartan. The shorts are also sky blue with tartan detailing and the socks are a combination of sky and navy blue.

Both kits have the Scotland logo embroidered on the left-hand side of the chest, with the Rugby World Cup logo sitting on the right-hand side and the new Macron ‘hero’ logo featuring in the centre. The Saltire returns on the left sleeve.

The kit is produced with the Macron-designed ARMEVO + Bodytex fabrics and brings back the Scottish Rugby tartan which featured on the extremely popular RWC 2015 kit. The Rugby World Cup jerseys are available in the Authentic Body fit jerseys (those worn by the players) and are also available in a replica jersey which is the carbon copy of the authentic jersey in a supporters fit.

Gianluca Pavanello, CEO of Macron said: “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.”

Scottish Rugby’s Chief Operating Officer, Dominic McKay said: “I’d like to thank Macron for their excellent work on Scotland’s 2019 Rugby World Cup shirt and kit.

“We naturally kept the traditional Scotland designs and also wanted to bring in new elements which reflected our relationship with both Nagasaki and a connection with our home country.

“I think the kit looks great and know our players and our fans will be wearing it with pride over the coming months as we once again take the thistle onto the international stage.”

Both kits can be pre-ordered exclusively at from Friday 19 July and goes on retail sale in the Scottish Rugby Store at BT Murrayfield store as of Friday 26 July. These same kits shall be available in all other official Scottish rugby retail stores across the globe from the 27 July.

The Scotland squad will have an open training session on the back pitches at BT Murrayfield on the afternoon of 26 July to coincide with the retail launch.

  • スコットランドはラグビーワールドカップキットを明らかにする







    代替のユニフォームは現在の銀色から空色に変わり、それもスコットランドのラグビーチームと長崎のタータンの両方が含まれています。 半ズボンもタータンディテールのある空色で、ソックスは空色と紺色の組み合わせです。








    両種のユニフォームは7月19日金曜日から "" で排他的に予約注文することができ、7月26日金曜日からはマレーフィールド・スタジアムのスコットランドラグビー店で小売販売が始まります。7月27日からは、世界中にあるスコットランドの公式ラグビー小売店で、両類のユニフォームを購入することが可能になります。


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