Rugby shopping Fashion and merchandise

Racing 92 - Tuffery Jeans

The ultimate rugby experience must be rounded off with an engraved rugby souvenir. All professional clubs in the region have opened specialised shops, where supporters can continue to indulge in their passion by sporting their team's colours. These shops sell polos, shorts, shoes, scarves, flags and everything else you could possibly need to be a top fan. 

Club shops 

  • Stade Toulousain has three shops in Toulouse where you can buy official club merchandise and flaunt its red and black colours:
    at Toulouse Blagnac Airport, at Stade Ernest-Wallon, and in the city centre (75 rue Alsace Lorraine).
  • The Montpellier club shop can be found at the GGL stadium.
  • The Castres club shop is located at 19 Rue Frédéric Thomas.
  • USAP has two shops in Perpignan: one at Stade Aimé Giral, and one in the city centre at Quai Vauban. You can also purchase a Catalan Dragons of Perpignan rugby league shirt at the Galaries Lafayette department store or Stade Gilbert Brutus.
  • The Association Sportive Biterroise Hérault (ASBH) shop on Rue du 4 Septembre in Béziers is home to the "camelou" (the word for "camel" in the local dialect), the club's mascot and the town's totemic animal since at least the 4th century.
  • Montauban also has a club shop at 188 Rue Léo Lagrange, while Carcassonne has two: one at 32 Rue Antoine Marty, and one at the stadium on matchdays. 

Did you know?

In 2019, the Paris-based rugby club Racing 92 entrusted L’Atelier Tuffery, France's oldest jeans manufacturer, with the task of creating a denim fabric trouser line for its players to wear away from the stadium. Coincidentally, this company was founded in 1892, the year that Racing 92 won the inaugural French domestic rugby championship.  

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Ballons de rugby en bois © Pierre Armengaud

© Pierre Armengaud

Rugby balls made from fine wood

The master artisanal cabinetmaker Pierre Armengaud uses all kinds of fine wood derived mostly from sustainable sources.

In 2004, Pierre Armengaud set himself apart by making "wooden rugby balls" and personalised sports trophies.

Located at the Moulin de la Jalousie in Belpech, Aude department, Armengaud's workshop is open to the public. It is the only nationally recognised business to specialise in this particular themed market.  

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For foodies 

The Chocolaterie Artisanale de Larra is a traditional chocolate shop close to Toulouse that sells real-sized chocolate rugby balls. 

You can even see how chocolate is made during a live demonstration.  

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Customised T-shirts  

The Narbonne-based designer Stéphanie Marinesse makes unique, rugby-themed clothing. Her most notable creations are a collection of "femme de rugbyman" ("rugby player's wife") T-shirts sold under the brand "15 août" (15 August).  

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Maillots de rugby © divineidyl

© divineidyl