Warriors launch retro range

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Warriors launch retro range

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1990-92 shirts and vests available in Store.

Legends Steve Hampson and Sean O’Loughlin model the new range.

Shirts priced at £44.99 and vests priced at £24.99. Click HERE to buy now!

Wigan Warriors are delighted to launch the 1990-92 retro range – now available to buy in Store.

As we all eagerly await the arrival of the Club’s 2022 home and away shirts to celebrate the 150th year, we are pleased to unveil a further nod to our illustrious history.

There are home cherry and away blue designs available along with vests in the same design.

Club legends Steve Hampson and Sean O’Loughlin were on hand to model the 1990-92 shirts. Hampson was part of the Wigan team during those years as he won numerous Championships, Challenge Cups and the World Club Challenge, whilst O’Loughlin played in the kits in 1992 for the Under-11s Wigan Schools RL Town Team.

The shirts are priced at £44.99 and vests at £24.99. Buy yours today in-person at our Club Store (open 10am-4pm Monday-Saturday) at Robin Park Arena or online HERE.

After high demand from fans for retro shirts, there are hopes this 1990-92 range is just the start of a larger retro range planned throughout the Club’s 150th year.

Make it Wigan in 2022 and celebrate our 150th year with a Wigan Warriors season ticket. Supporting Wigan is about more than just going to a game. It’s about something bigger, something special. It’s about playing our own individual role in helping the Club succeed. Buy your season ticket today. Click HERE for all the details.

https://wiganwarriors.com/blog/2021/11/ ... tro-range/
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