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“The All Blacks. The History of an Invincible Jersey”

Date and time: Wednesday, 18 October 2017. 05:30 PM h.

Place: “Antigua Rula” Exhibition Hall, Gijón (Calle Claudio Alvargonzález, 32).

The exhibition will be open to the public for a month. Admission to the opening by invitation only.

Steve Tew, CEO of the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZR), and members of the All Blacks will open an exhibition with material reflecting highlights in the history of the world’s most successful national rugby team via the evolution of their sportswear. The exhibition will feature emblematic pieces such as a 1905 Originals jersey (the Originals were the first official All Blacks team to tour the Northern Hemisphere), a 1926 unbeaten Invincibles jersey, and a jersey worn by Farah Palmer, the captain of the Black Ferns at the 1998 World Cup. The Webb Ellis Cup, commemorating the victory of the All Blacks in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, will also be on show at the “Antigua Rula” Exhibition Hall. Visitors to the exhibition will also be able to experience up close –via virtual reality– the feeling of being on the field while players perform the haka.

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