Canada have revealed their brand new Rugby World Cup 2019 jerseys that they’ll wear for their campaign in Japan this September. While the official RWC jerseys have yet to be officially unveiled, Canada wore the non-tournament version last month.
The new jerseys, much like all the other Canterbury jerseys we’ve seen for this World Cup cycle sport the slightly V-d collar, contrasting shoulder panel and striking slashes of colour around the bottom of the jersey.
In Canada’s case the home shirt is red (of course) with maple leaf pattern on the shoulders and maple leaf grip material, it also has a rubberised 3D injection moulded crest, and white accents.
The change shirt keeps the same basic pattern, complete with myriad maple leafs and Canadian flag on the left sleeve, but goes for moody black as the primary colour with striking red accents on the sleeves and body.
Canada will wear their RWC2019 jerseys for the first time when they take on Italy in their opening match of the World Cup on 26 September 2019. Check out all the new RWC2019 jerseys in our full round-up here.