The Army Rugby Union

The Army play their home games in red shirts with the logo of, the letters ER under the crown and beneath the ER the letters ARU. The shirt features at Twickenham Stadium every year for the annual Navy V Army match. The Army also play against the Royal Air Force in the interservices competition.

British Letter Home Shirt
British Letter Home Shirt
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British 2015/16 Players Home Shirt
British 2015/16 Players Home Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
British Poppy Appeal Shirt
British Poppy Appeal Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
British 2016 Battle of the Somme Commemoration Rug
British 2016 Battle of the Somme Commemoration Rug
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
British Evermore Poppy Remembrance Day Shirt
British Evermore Poppy Remembrance Day Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
British Tower Of London Poppy Appeal Shirt
British Tower Of London Poppy Appeal Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
British 'Soldier First' 2016 Shirt
British 'Soldier First' 2016 Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
British 2016 IDRC Home Replica Shirt
British 2016 IDRC Home Replica Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
British 2015/16 Ladies Home Shirt
British 2015/16 Ladies Home Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
Battle Of The Somme 100th Anniversary Shirt
Battle Of The Somme 100th Anniversary Shirt
£60.00 from Kitbag
Army Rugby Union 2017 Official Remembrance Shirt By Samurai

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Samurai British Army Rugby Union "letters" Poppy Rugby Shirt Sz Small

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Samurai British Army Evermore Poppy Remembrance Day Rugby Shirt Top Sport

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Samurai Army Rugby Union Towers Poppy Shirt 2015

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British Army Rugby Shirt X-large Rare

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Rgj Waterloo Rugby Shirt, Ideal For Army Vnavy Rugby Game, Royal Green Jacket

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The Army Rugby Union was formed in 1906, the same year as the Navy. They are the constituent body responsible for administering the game throughout the British Army wherever it may be in the world. It is noted however that the earliest recorded game of rugby played in the Army was between a Cavalry XI and an Infantry XI at Balaclava on 27 March 1855.

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