Stade Francais Keyring
The Gilbert Rugby supporters range offers unique designs for French rugby clubs this year.
Stade Francais is a well-known rugby club located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Compared to other historic clubs, Stade Francais is relatively new, being founded in 1995 by the combining of Stade Francais and CASG Paris. After struggles in 2011, the club was reborn in 2015 and won three games in a row and went onto win the Top 14.
Introducing the Stade Francais Keyring. A great vibrant accessory to attach to your training bag or keys, the Stade Francais keyring should be on every fans wish list.
If you are looking for the perfect gift for a true Stade Francais supporter, this keyring will not only ensure they never lose track of their keys again, but guarantee they are always supporting their favourite club.
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