Chiefs release 2013 Investec Super Rugby jersey
chiefs.co.nz and allblacks.com 10 Dec 2012 Chiefs Rugby
The words Counties Manukau, Waikato, Thames Valley, King Country and Bay of Plenty are side by side on the collar with the team’s proud koru design – which also featured on their 2012 tournament-winning jersey now debossed into the chest of the jersey.
“The teams were keen to add the names of their provincial unions and catchment areas to the jerseys as a tribute to their roots, and to their support base,” says AJ Moriarty, adidas Pacific Merchandise Manager -Rugby.
As another reward for being a part of the Chiefs family in 2013, all Chiefs 2013 season members who order a 2013 Chiefs replica jersey through the Chiefs website or office will receive a 15% discount.
Buyers are advised to hold onto their jersey receipts and tags for exciting adidas competitions that will be launched at the beginning of the Investec Super Rugby season.
For people wanting to try on merchandise for sizing before ordering on line they can head to any leading sports store or call into the Chiefs offices between 9 – 5pm weekdays at Ruakura Research Centre in Hamilton.
Membership packages vary with the Premier Membership for the ultimate rugby fan including entry into Chiefs home games, Waikato ITM Cup games and the All Blacks test against Argentina in September 2013.
Chiefs Season Memberships for the six Investec Super Rugby round robin games are expected to be in hot demand for Christmas presents and are available from as little $65 for adults or $30 for kids 14 and under (kids 4 years and under are free on the knee).
To order your Chiefs jersey click here or to purchase your Chiefs season membership and go in the draw to win prizes visit www.getinnow.co.nz.
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