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Rugby Collection

Rugby is a popular sport originating in London, England and is played in the United Kingdom and across Europe

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Background imageRugby Collection: Underhill Stadium Fine Art - Barnet Football Club

Underhill Stadium Fine Art - Barnet Football Club
Underhill Stadium was a stadium in Chipping Barnet, London, that was the home of Barnet Football Club between 1907 and 2013

Background imageRugby Collection: Eric Liddell celebrating his Olympic win at Edinburgh Univer

Eric Liddell celebrating his Olympic win at Edinburgh Univer
Eric Liddell, the 400m gold medallist at the 1924 Paris Olympic Games, crowned and chaired at Edinburgh University where he had studied science

Background imageRugby Collection: Sedburgh School, Yorkshire, LMS poster, 1923-1947

Sedburgh School, Yorkshire, LMS poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced for the London Midland and Scottish (LMS) railway from artwork by Norman Wilkinson

Background imageRugby Collection: Brentford Community Stadium Fine Art - Brentford Football Club

Brentford Community Stadium Fine Art - Brentford Football Club
Brentford Community Stadium is a stadium in Brentford, West London, that is the home of both Premier League club Brentford and Premiership Rugby club London Irish

Background imageRugby Collection: London Division XV vs. New Zealand, 24 / 10 / 1979

London Division XV vs. New Zealand, 24 / 10 / 1979
Rugby Union - 1979 All Blacks Tour of England, Scotland and Italy - London Division 18 New Zealand 21 London Division team group before kick-off at Twickenham on 24/10/1979. 15

Background imageRugby Collection: Twickenham Stadia Art - England

Twickenham Stadia Art - England
Oil painting of Twickenham, home of the Rugby Football Union(RFU), 1909 - current day. Capacity 82, 000. Original painting size 22" x 18" created in 2012 by D.J.Rogers

Background imageRugby Collection: Loftus Road Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Queens Park Rangers Football Club

Loftus Road Stadium Going to the Match Fine Art - Queens Park Rangers Football Club
Loftus Road is an all-seater football stadium in White City, London, which is home to Queens Park Rangers. On 7 June 2019

Background imageRugby Collection: London Welsh - 1972 / 3 RFU Club Knock-Out Semi-Final

London Welsh - 1972 / 3 RFU Club Knock-Out Semi-Final
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 RFU Club Knock-Out Competition - Semi-Final: London Welsh 15 Bristol 18 The London Welsh team group before kick-off at Old Deer Park on 14/04/1973

Background imageRugby Collection: The Haka: New Zealand rugby war dance, 1905

The Haka: New Zealand rugby war dance, 1905
The New Zealand rugby team singing their war song before the match against Wales at Cardiff on 16th December 1905. Wales went on to win a historic victory against the New Zealanders

Background imageRugby Collection: David Duckham makes a break for Coventry in the 1974 RFU Cup Final

David Duckham makes a break for Coventry in the 1974 RFU Cup Final
Rugby Union - 1974 RFU Club Knockout Cup Final - Coventry 26 London Scottish 6 Coventry captain David Duckham makes a break past the Scottish full back on the way to scoring two tries during the game

Background imageRugby Collection: Stone X Stadium - Saracens Rugby Union

Stone X Stadium - Saracens Rugby Union
Barnet Copthall is a sports venue on the Hendon-Mill Hill borders in London, which houses several complexes, including a local authority-owned swimming pool and gymnasium facilities

Background imageRugby Collection: Football Stadium - Gillingham FC - Priestfield Stadium Rainham End

Football Stadium - Gillingham FC - Priestfield Stadium Rainham End
Priestfield Stadium (popularly known simply as Priestfield and officially known from 2007 to 2010 as KRBS Priestfield Stadium and from 2011 as MEMS Priestfield Stadium for sponsorship purposes)

Background imageRugby Collection: The Railway Station Interior (South Platform), Rugby, Englan

The Railway Station Interior (South Platform), Rugby, Englan
The Railway Station Interior (South Platform), Rugby, Warwickshire, England. London & North Western Railway. Date: 1915

Background imageRugby Collection: Stamford Bridge Stadium - Chelsea FC

Stamford Bridge Stadium - Chelsea FC
Stamford Bridge is a football stadium in Fulham, adjacent to the borough of Chelsea in West London. It is the home of Premier League club Chelsea

Background imageRugby Collection: VS Rugby Football Club v Halesowen in the final of the FA Vase at Wembley Stadium

VS Rugby Football Club v Halesowen in the final of the FA Vase at Wembley Stadium, London. Gordon Beecham rushes to add his congratulations as Ian Crawley

Background imageRugby Collection: London Division front row prepares to scrum against the All Blacks in 1979

London Division front row prepares to scrum against the All Blacks in 1979
Rugby Union - 1979 New Zealand Tour of England, Scotland and Italy - London Division 18 New Zealand 21 The London front row prepares for a scrum at Twickenham

Background imageRugby Collection: Blackheath versus London Scottish Rugby match

Blackheath versus London Scottish Rugby match
A rugby match between Blackheath and London Scottish rugby clubs. The picture shows Harry Coverdale of Blackheath being collared at the end of a great run

Background imageRugby Collection: Gerald Davies - London Welsh

Gerald Davies - London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1976 Middlesex Sevens London Welshs Gerald Davies runs with the ball at Twickenham. London Welsh won that years tournament

Background imageRugby Collection: Peter Knight - Bristol

Peter Knight - Bristol
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 RFU Club Knock-Out Competition - Semi-Final: London Welsh 15 Bristol 18 Bristols Peter Knight makes a break, with teammate Alan Morley, right, and Welshs Gerald Davies

Background imageRugby Collection: Jim Shanklin and Elis Williams - London Welsh

Jim Shanklin and Elis Williams - London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 RFU Club Knock-Out Competition - Semi-Final: London Welsh 15 Bristol 18 London Welshs Jim Shanklin supported by Elis W. Williams at Old Deer Park. 14/04/1973

Background imageRugby Collection: Cliff Yorath - London Welsh

Cliff Yorath - London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1968 / 1969 season - London Welsh vs. London Scottish Cliff Yorath of London Welsh on the ball, with teammate John Dawes in support, far left, at Old Deer Park. 25/01/1969

Background imageRugby Collection: Navy Cut Medium Cigarettes, 1927

Navy Cut Medium Cigarettes, 1927
Players Navy Cut Medium cigarettes pull-out counter card depicting a caricature of a rugby player next to a pack of Medium cigarettes. The text reads " W.W

Background imageRugby Collection: JPR Williams - London Welsh

JPR Williams - London Welsh
Rugby Union - London Welsh vs. London Scottish London Welsh full back JPR Williams

Background imageRugby Collection: Craven Cottage Going to the Match - Fulham FC

Craven Cottage Going to the Match - Fulham FC
Craven Cottage is a football stadium in Fulham, West London, England, which has been the home of Fulham since 1896. The ground's capacity is 22, 384; the record attendance is 49, 335

Background imageRugby Collection: Rugby Match of the Season in the 1922 Five Nations Championship England versuse

Rugby Match of the Season in the 1922 Five Nations Championship England versuse Scotland at Twickenham, London The English team Unknown order John Middleton, Cyril Lowe, Edward Myers

Background imageRugby Collection: London Welshs JPR Williams chases Bristols Peter Knight

London Welshs JPR Williams chases Bristols Peter Knight
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 RFU Club Knock-Out Competition - Semi-Final: London Welsh 15 Bristol 18 Bristols Peter Knight is pursued by Welshs JPR Williams (#15) at Old Deer Park

Background imageRugby Collection: John Dawes - London Welsh

John Dawes - London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1970 / 1971 season - London Welsh vs. Abertillery John Dawes on the ball for London Welsh at Old Deer Park. 25/09/1970

Background imageRugby Collection: London Irish scrum-half Nick Briers prepares to pass - 1996 / 7 Courage League

London Irish scrum-half Nick Briers prepares to pass - 1996 / 7 Courage League
Rugby Union - 1996 / 1997 Courage League - London Irish 31 Bath 56 Irishs scrum half Nick Briers passes the ball away, with teammate Liam Mooney, left, and Baths Victor Ubogu, far left, at the Rec

Background imageRugby Collection: Gosforth face London Welsh in the 1977 John Player Cup semi-final

Gosforth face London Welsh in the 1977 John Player Cup semi-final
Rugby Union - 1976 / 1977 John Player Cup - Semi-Final: London Welsh 12 Gosforth 18 Gosforths John Hedley and Steve Gustard, centre, with teammates Duncan Madsen, left, and Colin White, right

Background imageRugby Collection: David Duckham makes a break for Coventry in the 1974 RFU Cup Final

David Duckham makes a break for Coventry in the 1974 RFU Cup Final
Rugby Union - 1974 RFU Club Knockout Cup Final - Coventry 26 London Scottish 6 Coventry captain David Duckham runs with the ball on the way to scoring two tries during the game at Twickenham

Background imageRugby Collection: Surrey - 1971 RFU County Champions

Surrey - 1971 RFU County Champions
Rugby Union - 1971 RFU County Championship - Final: Gloucestershire 3 Surrey 14 The Surrey Team Group before the game at Kingsholm. Back Row (left to right): J

Background imageRugby Collection: Ian McGeechan & Andy Ripley - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa

Ian McGeechan & Andy Ripley - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa
Rugby Union - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa - Border 6 British & Irish Lions 26 (17/7/1974) Ian McGeechan of the Lions makes a break, with Andy Ripley (right) in support

Background imageRugby Collection: Gareth Edwards - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa

Gareth Edwards - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa
Rugby Union - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa - Border 6 British & Irish Lions 26 (17/7/1974) Gareth Edwards of the Lions on the ball during the game in East London

Background imageRugby Collection: Andy Ripley - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa

Andy Ripley - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa
Rugby Union - 1974 British Lions tour to South Africa - SA Africans (Leopards) 10 British Lions 56 (9/7/74) Andy Ripley of the British Lions during the game in East London

Background imageRugby Collection: Mike Gibson - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa

Mike Gibson - 1974 British Lions Tour to South Africa
Rugby Union - 1974 British Lions tour to South Africa - SA Africans (Leopards) 10 British Lions 56 (9/7/74) Mike Gibson of the British Lions runs with the ball in East London

Background imageRugby Collection: Study room at Rugby School, 1967

Study room at Rugby School, 1967
An elaborately decorated study cubicle in Town House, Rugby School. Date: 1967

Background imageRugby Collection: Duke of Edinburgh presenting trophy at Rugby League final

Duke of Edinburgh presenting trophy at Rugby League final
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh presenting the trophy to the captain of Barrow after they had defeated Workington Town in the 1955 rugby league cup final. Date: 1953

Background imageRugby Collection: Andy Ripley - Rosslyn Park

Andy Ripley - Rosslyn Park
Rugby Union - 1974 / 1975 RFU Club Competition - First Round: Rosslyn Park 22 London Welsh 9 Rosslyn Parks Andy Ripley

Background imageRugby Collection: London Highfield v. Australia rugby advertisement

London Highfield v. Australia rugby advertisement
Advert for a rugby match between London Highfield and Australia, ( the Australians first match in London - under floodlight! ) held at White City Stadium on 22nd November 1933

Background imageRugby Collection: Rugby School, LMS poster, 1923-1947

Rugby School, LMS poster, 1923-1947
Poster produced by London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) as part of a series devoted to public schools in England. The poster shows a view of Rugby School which was founded in 1567

Background imageRugby Collection: Mike Roberts - London Welsh

Mike Roberts - London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1972 / 1973 RFU Club Knock-Out Competition - Semi-Final: London Welsh 15 Bristol 18 London Welshs Mike Roberts at Old Deer Park. 14/04/1973

Background imageRugby Collection: William Eldon Tucker, rugby player

William Eldon Tucker, rugby player
William Eldon Tucker (1872-1953), Bermuda-born rugby union player for Cambridge University, St Georges Hospital, Blackheath and England. He later qualified as a medical doctor. 1890s

Background imageRugby Collection: The Wales rugby team, 1905

The Wales rugby team, 1905
A team photograph celebrating the player of the Welsh rugby team, who beat the previously undefeated New Zealand by three points to nil in the cup final match on 16th December 1905. Date: 1905

Background imageRugby Collection: Rugby at Twickenham, London Army versus Navy The Army team Standing left to right G J Bryan

Rugby at Twickenham, London Army versus Navy The Army team Standing left to right G J Bryan, Lieutenant Thomas, Captain C A Barker, Lieutenant W H H Aitkin, Lieutenant G A P Saunders

Background imageRugby Collection: JPR Williams makes a break for London Welsh

JPR Williams makes a break for London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1975 / 1976 season - London Welsh vs. Llanelli JPR Williams makes a break for London Welsh with teammate Keith Hughes (beard) in support at Old Deer Park

Background imageRugby Collection: Alun Lewis - London Welsh

Alun Lewis - London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1976 / 1977 John Player Cup - Semi-Final: London Welsh 12 Gosforth 18 London Welshs Alun Lewis passes the ball back at Old Deer Park

Background imageRugby Collection: Tony Gray - London Welsh

Tony Gray - London Welsh
Rugby Union - 1968 / 1969 season - Richmond vs. London Welsh London Welshs Tony Gray

Background imageRugby Collection: Mervyn Davies scores for London Welsh in 1972

Mervyn Davies scores for London Welsh in 1972
Rugby Union - 1971 / 1972 season - London Scottish vs. London Welsh London Welshs Mervyn Davies runs round to score a try



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Rugby Collection

Rugby is a popular sport originating in London, England and is played in the United Kingdom and across Europe. The game involves two teams of fifteen players who compete to score points by carrying, passing and kicking an oval-shaped ball over the opposing team's goal line. The game is divided into two halves, each lasting 40 minutes with a break of 10 minutes between them. Rugby has become increasingly popular over the years due to its fast-paced nature and physicality and has also been adopted by many countries as their national sport or as part of their Olympic program. Rugby is now one of the most watched sports in Europe and continues to grow in popularity worldwide.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Rugby collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that capture the essence of this popular sport in London England United Kingdom Europe. Our collection features stunning images of rugby players in action on the field, as well as iconic moments from some of the most memorable matches ever played. Whether you are a fan of international rugby or local club games, there is something for everyone in this collection. From black and white photographs to vibrant color shots, each piece is expertly crafted to showcase the beauty and intensity of rugby. These high-quality prints make great gifts for sports enthusiasts or can be used to decorate your home or office with a touch of sporting history. With so many options available at affordable prices, it's easy to find the perfect piece for any space or occasion.
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What are Rugby (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Rugby art prints are a collection of high-quality, professionally printed images that capture the essence and excitement of Rugby as a sport. These prints showcase iconic moments, famous players, and historic matches from London, England, United Kingdom and Europe. The Rugby art prints available at Media Storehouse feature stunning photography and artwork that is perfect for sports enthusiasts or anyone who appreciates the beauty of this dynamic game. These prints are produced using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure exceptional image quality and longevity. They are available in a range of sizes to suit any space or decor style. Whether you're looking for an eye-catching centerpiece for your living room or office space, or simply want to add some sporting flair to your home decor, these Rugby art prints offer something for everyone. With their striking visuals and timeless appeal, Rugby art prints make an excellent gift idea for sports fans young and old alike. So why not browse our extensive collection today?
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What Rugby (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Rugby art prints that capture the essence of this popular sport in London, England, United Kingdom and Europe. From stunning action shots to iconic moments in rugby history, there is something for every fan of the game. You can choose from a variety of styles including black and white photography, colourful illustrations and abstract designs. Some popular options include images of Twickenham Stadium - home to English rugby - as well as portraits of famous players such as Jonny Wilkinson and Martin Johnson. There are also prints featuring international teams like Ireland, Wales and Scotland. Whether you're looking for a gift for a rugby enthusiast or want to decorate your own space with some sporting inspiration, we have plenty to offer. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials, these art prints are sure to impress any fan of the game.
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How much do Rugby (Sport London England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

As We offer a wide range of Rugby art prints, the cost varies depending on the size and type of print. The prices are competitive and affordable for all budgets. You can choose from various options such as framed or unframed prints, canvas prints, photographic prints, or fine art prints. Each option has its own unique price point based on the materials used and production process involved. The Rugby art collection features iconic moments in rugby history captured by renowned photographers from around the world. These images showcase some of the most memorable moments in rugby that fans will cherish forever. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with stunning artwork or searching for a perfect gift for a rugby enthusiast, we have something to offer at reasonable prices without compromising quality. You can expect fair pricing for high-quality Rugby art prints when shopping at Media Storehouse.
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We take great care in delivering your Rugby art prints to you. We use a reliable and trusted delivery service that ensures your artwork arrives safely and securely. Your print will be carefully packaged using high-quality materials to protect it during transit. We offer a range of delivery options to suit your needs, including standard delivery and express delivery for urgent orders. Our standard delivery service typically takes between 3-5 working days within the UK, while our express service can deliver your order within 1-2 working days. Once your order has been dispatched, we will send you an email confirmation with tracking information so you can keep track of its progress. If there are any issues with the delivery or if you have any questions about your order, our customer support team is always on hand to help.