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England League Jersey

As with the majority of other sports, England wear a white shirt with red, white shorts and red socks for their home games. The shirt has been pulled on by many famous players and we have listed a few of our favourites for you here: Shaun Edwards, Andrew Farrell, Ellery Hanley, Joe Lydon, Roger Millward, Martin Offiah, Jason Robinson and Garry Schofield.

League 2016/17 Home Kids Replica Sh
League 2016/17 Home Kids Replica Sh
£45.00 from Lovell Rugby
League 2016/17 Home Replica Shirt
League 2016/17 Home Replica Shirt
£55.00 from Lovell Rugby
England Rugby League Shirt Size L Red

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France Rugby League Match Worn Shirt Jersey Maillot Porté V England Angleterre

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London Broncos England Rugby League Match Worn Shirt Jersey Not Brisbane

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England 2015 World Cup Home League Rugby Shirt Isc Jersey Size Adult M

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England Rugby League Training Shirt Isc Large Sean Oloughlin Wigan

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Lancashire England Rugby League Match Worn Shirt Jersey Not Australia

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Wakefield Trinity England Rugby League Match Worn Shirt Jersey V Catalan Dragons

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Signed England Rugby League Shirt 2016 4 Nations Squad

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St Helens England Rugby League Match Worn Shirt Jersey Not Nrl Australia

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Child's England Rugby League Shirt Size 1

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Match Worn England Academy Rugby League Shirt 2005

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England Rugby League Replica 2011 Boys Rugby Shirt

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England Rugby league who are nicknamed the Three Lions played their first international match against a combined Scots and Welsh team on the 5th April 1904 in Wigan, losing 3-9. The team historically use the Wembley Stadium as their home venue, even though the majority of fans come from the Midlands and North of England.

England were represented in the World Cups in 1975, 1995 and 2000 and the World Sevens in 2002 and 2003. Their best results in the World Cup were as runners up in 1975 and 1995. Most matches involving England were not given test status as English players represented Great Britain. However from 2008 each of the home nations will have their own teams and GB will only be formed occasionally in the same way as the Rugby Union Lions touring team. England had automatic qualification to the 2008 World Cup.

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