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Widnes Vikings Rugby League Jersey

Widnes Vikings play their home games in strip of white and black shirts, with black shorts and socks. The away strip is often red and black shirts with the black shorts and socks. Probably one of the most famous local names to don the shirt was Doug Laughton.

Widnes Vikings Rugby League 2011 Home Strip Replica Jersey / Shirt Size Xxxl Vgc

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Official Widnes Vikings Rugby League Shirt Kooga Size Xl Great Condition

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Widnes Vikings Rugby League Jersey / Shirt Size Xl

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Widnes Vikings Rugby League 2013 Away Strip Replica Jersey / Shirt Size Small Vg

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1990-1992 Widnes Vikings Rugby League Shirt Adult Medium (19885)

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Widnes Vikings Rugby League 2011 Away Strip Replica Jersey / Shirt New With Tags

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4/5 Widnes Vikings Adults L 1992 Rare Retro Rugby League Shirt Jersey

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Widnes Vikings™ Matchworn Shirt 20w 27l Xl Super Rugby League

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Widnes Vikings Adult Medium Kooga Rugby League Shirt Jersey Top Super League O

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Widnes Vikings 1997 Home Super League Rugby Shirt Adult 42/44"

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1995 1996 Widnes Rugby League Away Shirt Adults Xl Vikings Top

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2002 Widnes Vikings Player Issued Haggerty Rugby League Shirt Adults Xxl

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Widnes Vikings are a professional rugby league club based in Widnes, Cheshire. They play in the National League One. The club was originally formed in 1873 and they play their home games in the 13,000 capacity Halton Stadium, Lowerhouse Lane, Widnes, their home since 1884. The club nickname is the Chemics' after the main industry in Widnes.

Before Super League they were one of the stronger teams in British rugby league, winning the Championship in 1977-78, 1987-88 and 1988-89, the Challenge Cup in 1929-30, 1936-37, 1963-64, 1974-75, 1978-79, 1980-81 and 1983-84 as well as the Premiership in 1979-80, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1987-88, 1988-89 and 1989-90. However have generally struggled since then. They were dubbed "Cup Kings" after going to Wembley nearly every year in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The club went into administration in October 2007 but has since been purchased by Steve O'Connor.

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