Flower Of Scotland


Flower Of Scotland

£16.99


The Anthem "Flower of Scotland" was first used in a rugby context in 1990 against the English where the Scot's went on to win the then Five Nations Grand Slam. From then on, this song as become a mainstay of international rugby and a firm favourite. Now accompanied by fireworks and bagpipes - a fantastic spectacle if you're lucky enough to visit Murrayfield. This design is based on the Scottish national flower, the thistle and is the perfect Scottish rugby t-shirt for any fan in a Six Nations and World Cup year!

"O flower of Scotland, when will we see your like again, that fought and died for, your wee bit hill and glen, and stood against him, proud Edward's army, and sent him homeward, tae think again."

 

Our t-shirts are all high quality, heavyweight (200 g/m²) and 100% combed cotton. Featuring: 2.3cm knit collar, shoulder-to-shoulder taping, fine gauge knit, front coverseaming on collar and tubular body construction for shape retention

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Size Medium
Colour Navy

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