Edinburgh Jersey

Edinburgh play their home games in black shirts with red flashes on the arms,black shorts and socks, the away strip shirt is white with red flashes. The colours have been pulled on by some notable Scottish players such as: Duncan Hodge, Nathan Hines, Brendan Laney, Scott Murray, Chris Paterson, Simon Taylor, Mike Blair, Marcus di Rollo, Ally Hogg and Hugo Southwell.

2016/17 Home Replica Shirt
2016/17 Home Replica Shirt
£58.00 from Lovell Rugby
2016/17 Players Home Test Shirt
2016/17 Players Home Test Shirt
£86.00 from Lovell Rugby
2016/17 Home Kids Replica Shirt
2016/17 Home Kids Replica Shirt
£50.00 from Lovell Rugby
2016/17 Alternate Replica Shirt
2016/17 Alternate Replica Shirt
£58.00 from Lovell Rugby
Macron RFU 2016/17 Away Shirt Junior - Red -
Macron RFU 2016/17 Away Shirt Junior - Red -
£42.00 from JD Sports
Macron RFU 2016/17 Away Shirt - Red/Black - M
Macron RFU 2016/17 Away Shirt - Red/Black - M
£60.00 from JD Sports
Macron RFU Home 2016 Shirt Junior - Black - K
Macron RFU Home 2016 Shirt Junior - Black - K
£42.00 from JD Sports
Macron RFU Home 2016 Shirt - Black - Mens
Macron RFU Home 2016 Shirt - Black - Mens
£60.00 from JD Sports
Edinburgh Rugby 2003/2004 Away Shirt

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Edinburgh Rugby Shirt Size Xl Kooga "excellent"

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Edinburgh Rugby 2003/2004 Home Shirt

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Edinburgh Rugby Rhino Top / Shirt Size Med 38 - 40"

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Edinburgh Rugby Away Shirt Camo Slim Body Fit Ss Adult Size (uk M ) - (eu L)

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Scottish Rugby Shirt Mens Edinburgh 62 High Design Grey And Navy Large

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Edinburgh Gunners were originally founded in 1872, but as the modern professional outfit came into existence in 1996. For 2001-02 season they were amalgamated with Border Reivers, this being dropped the following season and until 2005-6 they were Edinburgh Rugby. They then were called Edinburgh Gunners until September 2006 when they again reverted to Edinburgh. They are one of three Scots sides in the Celtic League with Border Reivers and Glasgow Warriors the other two.

Edinburgh play their home games in Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh EH12 5PJ. Although the stadium has a capacity of 67,500 they usually only open the West Stand, however Heineken Cup home games could increase the demand for tickets especially as they have a good home record in the competition. Edinburgh's best achievement to date has been to make the final of the 2003/4 Celtic Cup and to make it out of the group stages of the 2003/4 Heineken Cup.

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