Lions Super Rugby Jersey

The team play their home games in strip of white shirts with a red end to the sleeves and flash down either side and emblem of a growling big cat. The shirt has not been worn to major honours but has seen 2 semi-finals in the Super 12's era.

Canterbury The British & Irish Lions Rugby Shirt Jersey - Size: Large

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Rugby Shirt British Lions Size Large White And Blue (think It’s The 2005)

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Adidas British Lions 2005 Rugby Training Shirt. Size L. Chest 44"

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Canterbury The British & Irish Lions Mens Rugby Jersey - Size Large

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Adidas The Lions British And Irish Rugby South Africa 2009 Rare Training 1/4 Zip

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British Lions 2005 Adidas Red Rugby Training Shirt. Uk Men's Size Large

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Adidas Australia 2013 "the Lions" Boys Red Rugby Collared Shirt Jersey Age 11-12

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Mens The Lions New Zealand 2005 Adidas Blue Red Rugby Shirt Uk Mens Large

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V635 Mens Adidas Red The Lions New Zealand 2005 Tour Rugby Shirt Uk Xl Eu 54

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V79 Mens Adidas Green The Lions S.africa 2009 Tour Rugby Shirt Uk M Eu 50

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Adidas South Africa 2009 The Lions Rugby Shirt - Large - (63c)

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Z523 Mens Mens Adidas White The Lions S.africa 2009 Tour Rugby Shirt Uk L Eu 54

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The Lions are a South African Rugby Union team competing in the Super 15 competition. They are based in Johannesburg, and have always been centred around the Lions (Johannesburg) union, drawing players from that union since the inception of the competition as Super 12 in 1996. Currently, they also draw players from the Leopards (North West Province) and Pumas (Mpumalanga Province) unions.

The Lions play their home games in the 60,000 capacity Ellis Park, Corner of Currey and Staib Street, Doornfontein, Johannesburg, 2028. The stadium is also one of the homes to the Springboks the South Africa national side.

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