The Ireland national rugby union team or the IRFU have officially released their alternative change strip for the 2013-14 season.
Ireland have used the same Puma shirt template as the home jersey which boasts prints with the flags of the island’s four provinces on its upper inner back area. The colours of the Leinster, Ulster, Munster and Connacht provincial flags are included on its neckline taping.
Puma bought out its €40 million sponsorship contract with the Irish rugby union team earlier this year. The IRFU is now seeking a new kit provider with Canterbury rumoured to be PUMA’s likely successor.
Ireland are set to plaY Samoa on the 9th of November then Australia on the 16th and the All Blacks on the 24th of November.