RWC 2019 Juggling Balls
Gilbert are proud to have been chosen as the official ball supplier for Rugby World Cup 2019. Between 20th September and 2nd November 2019, the world’s 20 best rugby playing nations will compete in Japan for rugby’s ultimate prize. This is the first time a RWC has been hosted in Asia and the tournament is sure to be bigger and better than ever.
Gilbert have created the perfect gift idea leading up to the RWC, introducing the Juggling Balls. Designed with the Official Match Ball patterns and the RWC event mark, the Juggling Balls are fun memorabilia for every adult or child.
The Juggling Balls come in a box of three and are small and light so can be easily transported. Their smooth surface allows for a swift motion when learning the ultimate skills.
Don’t miss out on the best way to support the RWC this year, get the Juggling Balls and learn a new party trick today!
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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?
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