London Wasps Rugby Team – A Brief History

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London Wasps were formed 1867 and turned professional (along with many other clubs) in 1999 and compete at Rugby Union. Wasps have enjoyed tremendous success over the years and have a large following of dedicated fans.

Wasps play their home games at Adams Park but have previously ran out in front of crowds at Finchley Road and Loftus Road. Since turning professional they have also played some of their games away from their home ground in locations including the Ricoh Arena in Coventry and Twickenham, the home of English rugby.

In recent years they have won many of the major honours available to RFU teams, including the Heineken Cup, the English championship and the Powergen Cup. They continue to be a major force in the RFU and consistently provide the English national side with some its best players.

Recent heroes include Phil Vickery, Danny Cipriani and Paul Sackey. However, the best and perhaps most decorated player that Wasps have if former England captain and World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio who has been a massive influence on their success, as well as becoming one of the few real household names in rugby.

The Wasps rugby shirts and black with yellow trim for the home jerseys and yellow with black trim for the change kit. These colours have never changed in their entire history, meaning that the Wasps kits are a strong and traditional rugby image.

Undoubtedly Wasps are one of the strongest names in British rugby and with the big names associated with the club, nobody would be surprised to see this continue for long into the future.

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