Rugby Australia have today announced a new four-year partnership with M.J. Bale who will be the official clothier of Australian Rugby until at least the end of 2022.
M.J. Bale will kit out the Qantas Wallabies, Buildcorp Wallaroos, Junior Wallabies, Qantas Australian Men’s and Women’s Sevens as well as Australian Referees with all of their off-field uniforms.
A proudly Australian-owned and operated company, M.J. Bale will also work with Qantas Wallabies captain Michael Hooper to design a special customised blazer for this year’s campaign.
M.J. Bale Chief Executive & Founder Matt Jensen said: “We are extremely proud to be dressing the Qantas Wallabies, as well as the Australian men’s and women’s representative rugby teams across all formats of the game.
“We’re passionate about the Wallabies, and passionate about Australian Rugby. We feel this is the perfect time to get behind the Wallabies and do what we can, at least in a tailoring sense, to contribute to the team’s success on the field,” Jensen said.
Rugby Australia Chief Executive Raelene Castle said: “We’re thrilled to welcome M.J Bale on board. Matt and his team are some of Australia’s biggest Rugby fans and their enthusiasm has been infectious.
“M.J Bale’s quality is truly second-to-none and I’m looking forward to seeing our national teams proudly represent Australia, and M.J. Bale, on the world stage,” Castle said.
Headquartered in Sydney, M.J Bale operates nearly 60 stores across Australia. The brand is considered an expert in Australian merino wool and maintains close working relationships with local woolgrowers. They are now the official clothier for the Australian Rugby sides and the Australian Test cricket side, as well as high performance teams across soccer and AFL