EQUIPMENT & DRESS CODES
The players are required to bring their own rugby wear (jersey, shorts, socks and boots). Please be aware that weather conditions have a huge impact on the training pitch and that depending on the time of the year and/or rainfall, plastic or metal studs (or even running shoes) are highly encouraged for safety reasons. Players are also asked to bring their gum shield as the team practices some real match situation during training.
Note: there is no specific colours to wear.
ON MATCH DAYS
Since its foundation in 1959, the club has always made a great deal of efforts to flawlessly preserve the French traditions on and off the pitch. As a result, the team outfit has the same colours as the traditional France team (i.e. red socks, white shorts, blue jersey). It is the players' responsibility to bring their own shorts and socks (as per the club's colours) for the game as well as other personal belongings such as gum shields, towels, shower gel, etc. If you need to get a white pair of shorts and some red socks, you can get the club's official shorts and socks on the Tacklebag website below.
Note: Jerseys will be provided on the day
The match subs are also to be paid by all players on the day
Post-game receptions & social events
In order to convey our French heritage, the club asks all players to wear the LFRC shirt and tie after each games and during the official events organised by the social committee. Other than being a form of respect for the opposition and the referee, the post-game outfit shows the players' dedication to the team and contributes to building a prestigious club.
Note: The club's beret goes well with the shirt and tie and is a good ice breaker to talk to the ladies during the events. Everyone likes a smartly dressed frenchman with a nice smile.
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