London Irish Keyring
The Gilbert Rugby supporters range offers unique designs for each of the teams going head to head in Gallagher Premiership Rugby this year.
London Irish Rugby Club was first formed in 1898 by a group of Irishmen living in London. The original aim of the club was to create a home away from home, for Irishmen residing in London to meet and relax whilst away from their home country.
In 2012 London Irish moved into their new £12 million, 63 acre training complex which was named as a Rugby World Cup training facility and hosted Wales and Fiji in the group stages.
Introducing the London Irish Keyring. Never lose track of your keys again with this vibrant keyring, perfect for the biggest rugby fanatics. Modelled on the London Irish Replica ball, a keyring like this is ideal for showing support whilst having a great accessory for your training bag or keys, get yours now!
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Choosing the perfect rugby ball? Gilbert have got your back.
If you are unsure of what size rugby ball is for you, use our simple size guide to find your ideal rugby ball based on your age.
Do the balls arrive inflated?
No- the balls come deflated. Choose from one of our ball pumps and add this to your order!
What are rugby balls made from??
Traditionally rugby balls were made from pigs bladders, but today they are made from rubber.
What size rugby ball do i need?
Use our size guide above to work out which rugby ball is suitable for you based on your age.
How do I care for my rugby ball?
Head over to our blog specifically designed to help you make the most out of your rugby ball.