Grab these essential Rugby World Cup 2019 gifts and books and support your side as Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland take to the pitch!
Can anyone topple New Zealand from their winning streak, or will it be three in a row for the All Blacks? We don’t know, but we know someone who does – Warren Gatland’s tour diary will give you an insider’s look at the game.
And if you look a little further back in time, you can find out about The King’s Cup and the link between rugby and WWI.
Once you’ve taken a look behind the scenes, it’s time to get back to the present. Our selection of rugby team merchandise and fan favourites will see you through the contest from the first round to the finals.
GILBERT France rugby ball stress ball
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This foamy Official France Rugby Licenced Stress Ball is the perfect gift for rugby fans to take out their frustration during a tense game.
Rugby Revealed: Reaching Your Rugby Potential
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Get insider tips from this guide to playing rugby. It’s written from a coach’s point of view as well as a player’s, for a different perspective on techniques.
But don’t take our word for it, here’s what the guys in the know are saying:
“If you know someone who wants to kick like Johnny Sexton, tackle like Jamie Roberts, pass like Aaron Smith, scrummage like Cian Healy or control the breakdown like Steffon Armitage then this book shows them how.” intouchrugby.com
Gilbert New Zealand All Blacks Mini Rugby Ball Sponge Ball
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Gilbert’s compact, foamy rugby ball comes in at 14cm. That makes it ideal for indoors (mind the ornaments!) or throwing just for fun in the park.
Step this way for the Gilbert Australia Supporter Rugby Ball.
After the Final Whistle: The First Rugby World Cup and the First World War
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*Shortlisted for the 2016 Cross Sports Book of the Year award*
When Britain’s empire went to war in…
Real fans and history buffs shouldn’t miss out on this slightly different World Cup 2019 gift.
The King’s Cup was held in 1919 – exactly a century ago. It was a precursor to the world cup that brought the allies together in a new, more peaceful time.
Britain and France were joined by Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Canada for the landmark match at Twickenham. Remember them by finding out the real history of international rugby.
OPTIMUM doodleball kids dino land mini rugby ball box set
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And here’s a rugby gift for kids! Your own junior team will love this customisable rugby ball set.
This must-have merchandise is decorated with a roarsome dinosaur design. Just use the pens included in the set to colour them in!
In the Line of Fire
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New Zealander Warren Gatland is the Welsh team’s head coach for the Rugby World Cup 2019. But back in 2017, he led the British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand.
As Wales take on Georgia, Australia and Fiji, rewind to coach Warren Gatland’s New Zealand diary. You’ll get a front row seat for all the action.
Even if it’s not your team, Gatland’s journal is well worth reading for all the inner workings that you didn’t see on the TV coverage. It’s must-have Rugby World Cup 2019 reading.