Better Than Nike? Stunning Le Coq Sportif France 2019 Rugby World Cup Kits Released

Wednesday, 21 August 2019
While zapping through TV, we came across a preparation match for the 2019 Rugby World Cup between France and Scotland. However, while we are usually not interested in rugby, the kits of the France Rugby National Team directly caught our attention.

The France 2019 Rugby World Cup kits are made by Le Coq Sportif, who have been making their kits since 2018. The jerseys that Les Bleus will wear at Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan as well as brand new crest that will debut in the tournament have been released in June 2019.

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The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be the ninth Rugby World Cup, and is to be held in Japan from 20 September to 2 November.

New FFR (France Rugby Federation) 2019 Logo

The new France Rugby Federation logo is part of a whole new, much more classy identity of the federation. It puts the rooster to the center stage of the crest.

Old logo used on the kit vs new logo

France 2019 Rugby World Cup Home Jersey

A stylish look based on the brand's 2019 jersey template that is also used for football kits, the new FFR logo boasts a very stylish look in blue and white. The large red stylized cockerel stands out on the left chest.

The FFR 2019-2020 home kit also comes with the new crest, which is a significant departure – ditching the traditional golden cockerel in favour of a stylized red one, and ditching any word mark on the jersey entirely. The old logo had been used for decades -the new one is actually a throw back to the cockerel used on some of the earliest France rugby jerseys.

On the sides of the shirt is a white / red French flag panel.

White shorts and socks complete the FFR 2019 uniform.

France 2019-2020 Rugby Away Kit

The FFR 2019-2020 away kit is very clean - it is almost all-white with a blue insert on both sides of the kit.

The FFR 2019-2020 kits retail at 90 Euro, respectively.

What do you think of the France 2019 Rugby World Cup jerseys? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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