New Official NRL Supporter Gear

Kick Off The New Season In Style: New Official NRL Merchandise

5th March 2020

Footy fanatics: brace yourselves. The 2020 kick off is almost upon us.

Whether it’s a fun night at home watching from the couch with family or a crazy afternoon cheering on with mates amongst the crowds, footy season brings fans together. And with our official NRL merchandise at everyday affordable prices, what better way to show allegiance to your favourite team this season!

With a total of 16 teams in the league there are a lot of colours to cover; and our official NRL jerseys do just that. From the maroon hues of the Brisbane Broncos to the blue and gold tones of the Parramatta Eels, our authentic jerseys will ensure you do your favourite team proud.

Fashioned in the signature colours of each club with their team crest printed on the chest, you’ll be able to replicate what the boys wear on the field thanks to our authentic jerseys. Layer on a fleece hoodie or jacket when the weather takes a turn for the worse and grab a pair of pyjamas or a dressing gown to showcase your allegiance year-round.

Whether you’ve been following footy for years or are just starting to get the kids involved in the family’s favourite sport, there’s something to suit everyone with our NRL supporter gear. Babies, kids, men and women, shop styles now and get the family game-ready for the 12th!

Want To Know More About The Sport?

Heralded as one of Australia’s favourite sports, Rugby League was invented in Britain in 1895 and gained popularity in Australia in 1906 due to the arrival of Dally Messenger. The son of a sportsman with friends and family in high places, Messenger joined the professional rugby league team being formed in Sydney, New South Wales.

New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL) and Queensland Rugby League (QRL) began building club competitions from 1908, evolving into the National Rugby League (NRL) competition encompassing 16 teams we have today. Rugby league has since held its position as the premier winter sport throughout NSW and QLD and has thus been shaping Australian culture for over 100 years now.