The Rugby World Cup is right around the corner, and there has never been a better time to stock up on merchandise.
Whether you’re heading to England to watch it live or watching in your local pub, it’s great to wear your team colours when you cheer them on. We’ve rounded up some of the best places online to buy Rugby World Cup jerseys, merchandise, memorabilia and more. May the best team win!
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Are you supporting the Australian Wallabies?
It’s been sixteen years since the Wallabies last hoisted the Rugby World Cup but, as always, the team is heading into the tournament as a strong contender.
Are you supporting New Zealand?
The defending champs, the All Blacks are always a team to watch, but can they lift back-to-back cups by winning in England? Grab the best All Blacks gear at the links below.
Are you supporting England?
Winner in 2003 and finalists in 2007 England is always a threat, and as hosts the team will have some amazing support.
Are you supporting South Africa?
Another rugby powerhouse, South Africa will be entering this tournament with high hopes. If you’re cheering on the Springboks then be sure to do it in the latest gear.
Are you supporting Ireland?
With the tournament being held in England, you can bet the Irish will be one of the best-supported sides at the tournament. But whether you’re live at the game or watching at home you can get all your fan gear here.
Are you supporting Wales?
It has been a while since Wales was in the top three at the Rugby World Cup –- 1987 to be exact. Can the team overcome its dry spell? Your support will surely help.
Are you supporting France?
France has made it to three Rugby World Cup finals and never walked away with the trophy. Can France end the heartbreak and take the cup back to Paris this year?
Are you supporting Argentina?
The quietly impressive Argentinean team is one that no one wants to face. The team hasn’t made it to a final yet, but with a couple of wins at the right time, who knows what it’s capable of?
Are you supporting Scotland?
The passionate Scots will be pouring south of the border to cheer on the boys. Scotland hasn’t had much luck in World Cups past, but will be looking to reverse that trend this year.
Are you supporting Samoa?
For such a tiny island Samoa creates a lot of great rugby players. The team will be hoping that its size and impressive athletic ability will be enough to keep it in step with the world’s best in England.
Are you supporting Italy?
The Italians haven’t made it to the quarter-finals yet, but are always a fun team to watch. Especially watch out for games against any European rivals as they are always feisty affairs.
Are you supporting Namibia?
Not a well known rugby powerhouse, Namibia has all of the physical tools of the great South African teams. However, poor management and underdeveloped facilities has held the team back in the past. Hopefully this tournament will make some big players on the world stage.
Are you supporting Fiji?
Another South Pacific rugby-mad nation that has a history of producing outstanding players. It’s hard to say how many Fijians will make the long trip to England to watch the tournament but they’ll be staying up late to see if their team goes beyond the quarter-final spot they earned in 2007.
Are you supporting Romania?
Perennial underdogs Romania has competed in every single Rugby World Cup since the tournament was founded in 1987. Romania has struggled to put the wins together, but this time will be eager to break new ground.
Are you supporting Canada?
Canada’s best Rugby World Cup finish was a quarter-final loss in 1991. It has a strong and physical team that doesn’t mind a bit of rough and tumble, but will that be enough to take it beyond the quarters in 2016?
Are you supporting Japan?
The Cherry Blossoms have competed at every Rugby World Cup since 1987, but in that time the team has only managed one win. This came against Zimbabwe in 1991, though in recent years progress has been made and this Japan team will be looking to break its losing streak in England.
Are you supporting Georgia?
One of the world’s fastest-growing rugby nations, Georgia has been steadily climbing the ladder of the world’s best teams. Today Georgia is ranked in the top 15 and will be expecting to beat its tournament best in 2016.
Are you supporting Tonga?
In the 2011 tournament the Ikale Tahi recorded a historic win against the French, but subsequent losses meant the team didn’t make it to the quarter-finals. This is a confident team though, who’s not afraid of going toe-to-toe with the best in the world.
Are you supporting the USA?
The US is not as strong in rugby as you might expect, but with interest in the sport growing and the American attitude towards sport and competition it might only be a matter of time before the Eagles become the team to beat.
Are you supporting Uruguay?
This year will mark Uruguay’s third appearance at the Rugby World Cup finals having ranked in 1999 and 2003. The 12-year drought has hurt the team a little, and with England, Wales and Australia in the same group, Uruguay is in for a tough tournament this year.