Northampton Saints Supporter Ball
The Gilbert Rugby supporters range offers unique designs for each of the teams going head to head in Gallagher Premiership Rugby this year.
Northampton Saints founded in 1880, has a strong history and over the years has contributed 19 players to the British and Irish Lions. The first Northampton player to captain his country in 1910 was Edgar Mobbs who was remembered for leading his unit into battle in World War I by kicking a rugby ball into No Man’s land. One of the greatest moments in club history was winning the 1999-2000 Heineken Cup final against Munster held at Twickenham.
Gilbert have designed the Northampton Saints Supporter Ball. Essential for the die hard fans, the Northampton Saints Supporter Ball makes the ultimate memento to spur your nostalgia of the clubs dynamic history into a whole new dimension.
Keep supporting through the thick and thin with the perfect ball to stand out in your home, or for backyard rugby with the family. With sizes available in 5 and 4, this makes a great present.
Famous Former Players
- Ben Cohen
- Matt Dawson
- Steve Thompson
- Paul Grayson
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