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Cotton Division ready to scrum down for Rugby World Cup 2023

Cotton Division has confirmed that World Rugby – via its master licensee IMG – has appointed it as official licensee for apparel and accessories for the Rugby World Cup 2023.

The tournament will kick off in France on 8 September 2023 and will be the first to be played in Europe since 2015.

Cotton Division will develop complete apparel collections across Europe and the UK. Categories include daywear, socks, nightwear, underwear and a full range of accessories.

“This is a great collaboration and the team is extremely excited about the opportunity,” commented Sandeep Narayan, president of Cotton Division. “Our head office is based across the road from Stade de France, where the opening game between France and New Zealand will be played. We know how passionate the rugby fans are across Europe and we will be delivering some great products.”

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