The colors, styles and sizes are from every area that is covered by the rugby sport and perhaps a little beyond.
The Ireland range includes the Canterbury Ireland Home Jersey in green and white, the Canterbury Ireland training Jersey in blue, navy and white as well as the Canterbury Ireland Training Rugby Jersey in navy and green.
These jerseys are available in adult and children's sizes as well.
The Munster Range products are available in kids' jerseys, jackets, hoodies, t-shirts, tracksuits, shorts, caps and scarves and flags.
The red Munster Home Jersey and navy Munster away Jersey can both be great additional to your jersey collection.
The Six Nations Range Canterbury 6 Nations short sleeve navy jersey is quite a smart look and is also available in both the adult and children's sizes.
The London/Irish Range, Glasgow Range, Gloucester Range, Knights Range, Newcastle Falcons Range, Ospreys Range, All Blacks Range, France Range, Ulster Range, Leister Range, Connacht Range, Lions Range, Scotland Range, South Africa Range and Canterbury Range are all a part of the rugby jerseys that are available for purchase.
Many rugby jerseys are discounted deeply and can be ordered in a variety of sizes.
Couples can have matching jerseys or a group of fans who wish to support their range can order a rugby jersey for every fan in the group.
When it comes to similarities, there are very few but some do exist.
For the most part, no matter what range you wish to purchase a rugby jersey for, you can expect a certain level of quality and craftsmanship in the material and design.
Additionally prices are very similar but can be different depending on the style.
For example, some rugby jerseys are available with long sleeves.
Many rugby jerseys have new designs that came out in 2008 or will be coming out in 2010.
Most rugby jerseys are available in children's sizes, making the possibility of having the entire family in your favorite range jerseys quite easy.
There are 24 teams who participate in the Heineken Cup, which is also known as the European Rugby Cup.
This annual rugby union competition is represented by the nations of England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales.
The Heineken Cup is considered one of the most prestigious awards in the sport of rugby.
France and England can enter six teams.
Ireland and Wales can enter 3 teams.
Scotland and Italy can enter 2 teams.
The Heineken Cup originated in 1995 when the existing Five Nations Committee created an initiative that included all of the current countries as well as Romania.
Romania has not since participated in the competition.
The Heineken Cup competition accepts clubs from the Magners League, Guinness Premiership, Super 10 and the Top 14.
Not all clubs qualify for participation in the Heineken Cup.
Those clubs that do not qualify can participate in the European Challenge Cup.
The 2008-2009 Heineken Cup is the fourteenth edition and started in October 2008 and will end in May 2009 at Murrayfield in Edinburgh.