QUEEN’S HOUSE 1871 RUGBY SHIRT
The Queen’s House 1871 rugby shirt is made with a heavyweight slub cotton which gives the shirt a hard wearing yet soft and comfortable finish.
This heritage ‘old school’ shirt combines vintage colour dyes with a distressed wash to produce a nicely worn-in look and feel.
The number 12 is sewn on to the back of the shirt.
Heavy duty slub cotton to give it a pre-worn feel
Embroidered Queen’s House logo
Embroidered 1871 detailing on the back of the neck
Number 12 sewn on the back of the shirt
Two rubber button placket
Made in Portugal
QUEEN’S HOUSE F.C.
Founder member of the Rugby Football Union.
Founded in 1867.
The club was named after Queen’s House in Greenwich.
Queen’s House played on Blackheath Common and changed at the Duke’s Head in Dartmouth Row, Blackheath.
They were the only London club never to have been beaten by London Scottish.
Queen’s House disbanded in 1883.
All our rugby shirts are folded with tissue paper and come with a swing tag in a Black&Blue 1871 cotton drawstring bag.
As we hate too much packaging waste, the drawstring bag comes in useful as a laundry bag when travelling or simply to store your plastic bags in the car ready to use when shopping.
Postage for the shirts are determined at the checkout page.