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Welcome to the all-new WRU Online Store, the official online store for the Welsh Rugby Union and the home to an extensive selection of authentic Welsh rugby union merchandise.
Ready to deliver the best in Welsh Rugby Union products, the WRU Online Store is open around the clock to help Wales rugby fans support the Welsh national team, at the autumn internationals,the 6 Nations and the Rugby World Cup Japan 2019.
Show your pride and passion with our selection of Welsh rugby jerseys and other replica kit, as well as Welsh Rugby Union training kit, Wales anthem jackets and WRU leisure wear.
Pick up the same Under Armour gear worn by your favourite Wales internationals players.
Wear the crest and colours that inspired all-time Welsh rugby legends Sir Gareth Edwards, JPR Williams, John Dawes, Mervyn Davies, JJ Williams, Gerald Davies, Phil Bennett, Jonathan Davies, Ieuan Evans, Neil Jenkins, Gareth Thomas and Shane Williams.
From The Knoll to Sardis Road, the Arms Park and beyond, the roar of Y Ddraig Goch can be heard across the nation - and we’re proud to share in your passion for the national team.
With Bread of Heaven, Men of Harlech, Sosban Fach and Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau enough to make the hairs on your neck stand up, the WRU Online Store will get you battle ready for every crunch international - helping support the boys against the best the IRB has to offer.
Whether tackling the Springboks, the Wallabies, the All Blacks or whoever else dares enter the dragon’s lair, fans can show their colours with our top selection of Welsh rugby scarves, while the site is also home to a host of WRU gift ideas and Welsh Rugby Union accessories.
With purchasing and delivery even easier than ever, we are pleased to offer fast delivery on all products, and offer a variety of payment methods and currencies.
In addition, our flagship WRU Store on Westgate Street in Cardiff is kicking off 2018 with a brand-new image; ready to meet your matchday needs in the shadow of the Principality Stadium, as the pride of Wales set their sights on Triple Crown and Grand Slam glory.