Newcastle Falcons Keyring
The Gilbert Rugby supporters range offers unique designs for each of the teams going head to head in Gallagher Premiership Rugby this year.
Founded in 1877 by a group of old boys from Durham School, Newcastle Falcons were originally known as Gosforth Football Club and played in the school colours of green and white hoops up until the 1990s.
In 1995, Newcastle United Football chairman Sir John Hall backed the club and it became the first fully professional rugby union in the world. With this, they changed their original kit to black and white stripes and went onto win the premiership title in 1997-1998.
Introducing the Newcastle Falcons Keyring. Keep your favourite team with you throughout the day with the Newcastle Falcons Keyring. A great light weight, portable accessory to show your dedication to the club and the game.
If you are after a gift for a Newcastle fanatic, the keyring is perfect.
Famous Former Players
- Jonny Wilkinson
- Tim Stimpson
- Matthew Tait
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