Light up this winter’s lockdown with a Rugby Ball Light! We know that winter can be tough. Especially during lockdown, and when the rugby season isn’t quite going as planned. But there is a way to add light to the darker months.
Brighten up your home
The Rugby Ball Light is the perfect way to brighten up a home. Whether you want to send a gift to a rugby fan, or you just want to treat yourself to something special. A replica of the world famous Gilbert Rugby ball, the Rugby Ball Light has been designed specifically for rugby fans, both young and old.
Designed for Rugby Fans
You also have plenty of designs to choose from! We have lamps that are specifically designed for fans of England, Wales and Scotland rugby. For our international friends, we also have lamps for Wallabies and Springbok fans too. Not a fan of those teams? No worries! We have the Original Rugby Ball Light, in a super stylish black and gold design. It’s the perfect option for anyone who’s rugby mad, and for fans who can’t wait for 2021’s Rugby World Cup, Six Nations or the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Season.
Designed in Twickenham, the home of England rugby, the Rugby Ball Light is a high quality lamp. It’s 4-piece construction duplicates the structure of a full size rugby ball. The ellipse trim colours and team logo look brilliant lit up, but even when the lamp is not switched on.
So whether you’re looking to brighten up your home office, den or bedroom, or looking for a night light for a younger rugby fan, Rugby Ball Light is the perfect gift for anyone who loves rugby.
Fancy a lockdown laugh?
Missing sport and fancy a laugh during lockdown? We’re loving rugby commentator Nick Heath’s comedic take on life during lockdown. Nick has commentated on international and club rugby for all major broadcasters for competitions such as the Rugby World Cup, Rugby Championship, Six Nations, Champions Cup and Gallagher Premiership. During lockdown he has been turning his attention to adding sports commentary to real life. We particularly like “Two Lonely Men In A Park’ – which I think has been all of us trying to keep fit during lockdown.