Cardiff Blues

Not surprisingly Cardiff play their games in kit that matches their name. The home strip is light blue shirt with dark blue piping, blue shorts and socks. The away is all white with dark blue strips under the arms. The shirt even in it's short life has been worn by top names a few of them being: Jonah Lomu, Iestyn Harris, Craig Quinnell, Rob Howley, David Young, Neil Jenkins, Xavier Rush, Rhys Williams, Tom Shanklin and Robert Sidoli.

2016/17 Alternate Pro Shirt
2016/17 Alternate Pro Shirt
£55.00 from Lovell Rugby
2016/17 Kids Alternate Pro Shirt
2016/17 Kids Alternate Pro Shirt
£45.00 from Lovell Rugby
2016/17 Kids Home Pro Shirt
2016/17 Kids Home Pro Shirt
£45.00 from Lovell Rugby
2016/17 Home Pro Shirt
2016/17 Home Pro Shirt
£55.00 from Lovell Rugby
2016/17 3rd Pro Shirt
2016/17 3rd Pro Shirt
£55.00 from Lovell Rugby
Alternate Pro Shirt 2015/16 White
Alternate Pro Shirt 2015/16 White
£27.00 from Kitbag
Canterbury Away 2016 Shirt - White - Mens
Canterbury Away 2016 Shirt - White - Mens
£55.00 from JD Sports
Canterbury Third 2015/16 Shirt Junior - G
Canterbury Third 2015/16 Shirt Junior - G
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Canterbury Third 2015/16 Shirt - Gold - M
Canterbury Third 2015/16 Shirt - Gold - M
£55.00 from JD Sports
Third Pro Shirt 14/15 Kids
Third Pro Shirt 14/15 Kids
£19.99 from Kitbag
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Cardiff Blues (Gleision Caerdydd) were formed in 2003 although their roots go back much further. It is one of the four new Welsh professional clubs, there were five but Celtic Warriors disbanded in 2004. The club play in the EDF Energy Cup and the Heineken Cup or European Challenge Cup depending on previous season results as well as the Celtic League.

The Blues home ground is a famous old name in rugby circles Cardiff Arms Park, Westgate Street in Cardiff. The ground was the home of Welsh rugby for many years until the building of the Millennium Stadium and it is one of the largest capacity stadiums available for club rugby.

Cardiff Blues have a fantastic heritage with the original Cardiff Club having been formed in 1876. The club has been positioned at the pinnacle of Welsh Club rugby for many years but recent highlights are: Heineken Cup Runners-up 1996, Welsh Cup winners: 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1994 and 1997, Welsh League champions 1995 and Welsh/Scottish League winners 2000.

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