England Rugby League’s official kit supplier OXEN has restocked replica shirts in all sizes as all three teams – men’s, women’s and wheelchair – prepare for the RLWC2021 semi-final.
The Oxen have reported unprecedented demand and record sales for the New England line, thanks to the success of all three teams in the tournament to date. All three England teams topped their respective groups with 100% records; now they are just one step away from the World Cup final.
With all three England teams chasing World Cup glory, England fans now have more time to show their colors before on-pitch action by purchasing a replica kit. Stocks of the popular Ladies range, worn by supporters who roared on the women’s side in their thousands at Headingley and DW Stadium, have also been replenished.
Orders can be placed now at eliteprosports.co.uk
Lee Jenkinson, CEO of OXEN, said: “All three England teams have been outstanding so far and the whole country will be behind them going into the semi-finals. England fans in their thousands wore the shirt with pride during the tournament – and still may as the tournament reaches the knockout stages.
The commercial success of the New England kit is due in part to its new design.design – an exciting departure from tHe knows the all-white outfits worn in previous tournaments. The jersey incorporates a striking herringbone pattern, synonymous with the International Rugby League, the ‘We are Ready’ motif and a ribbed collar and cuff effect worthy of an international jersey.
RFL commercial director Mark Foster added: “It’s been an exciting journey for our England teams and supporters so far – and we want it to continue through to the final. The sight of thousands of supporters wearing proudly wearing their England jersey is a huge boost for the players on the pitch.We also thank our sponsors Betfred, Ronseal, REIGN Total Body Fuel, Selco Builders Warehouse and SportsBreaks.Com for their support.
This weekend, England men will face Samoa at the Emirates Stadium in London (Saturday, 2.30pm), England in wheelchairs will face Wales at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield (Sunday, 2.30pm) , while England Women take on New Zealand at the LNER Community Stadium in York on Monday (KO 7.30pm).