• 2012 Melbourne Rebels Away Super Rugby Shirt

  • 2012 Melbourne Rebels Away Super Rugby Shirt (L)
  • 2012 Melbourne Rebels Away Super Rugby Shirt (L)
  • 2012 Melbourne Rebels Away Super Rugby Shirt (L)
  • 2012 Melbourne Rebels Away Super Rugby Shirt (L)
  • 2012 Melbourne Rebels Away Super Rugby Shirt (L)

2012 Melbourne Rebels Away Super Rugby Shirt (L)


$65.00 USD

Condition: 9/10 Superb

Size: Adult's Large

Chest Measurement: 42-44 Inches / 107-112 CM

Manufacturer: Kooga

Colour: White, navy & red trim

Material: Polyester

Seasons: 2012

Player: N/A

Patches: Super Rugby


Official Kooga Melbourne Rebels away rugby shirt from the 2012 season. Complete with Super Rugby patch printed on the sleeve.

Although this jersey is essentially the same design template as the shirt worn by the Rebels in the previous 2011 season, this updated version featured sponsors on the collar (the 2011 version was plain).

Condition of this original rugby shirt is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).

The ownership licence was handed to Harold Mitchell's consortium on 5 January 2010. The following day the ARU announced restrictions on the Rebels, gagging the franchise from announcing their signings from other Australian Super rugby team players until 1 June 2010. The Melbourne Rebels and the Rugby Union Players Association threatened legal action and successful had the embargo moved to 15 March. 

Rod Macqueen was appointed Head Coach, and Director of Coaching, 12 January. Macqueen is former coach or the winning World Cup Wallabies, and is a former Brumbies administrator. Damien Hill, three time Shute Shield Sydney University coach, became Macqueen's assistant. Former Western Force CEO Greg Harris was appointed general manager, Football Operations.

Brian Waldron was initially appointed CEO, but resigned in April after being implicated in salary cap rorting while CEO of the Melbourne Storm. Auditor were called to examine Waldron's signings to ensure, as Wilson put it, "[Rebels] procedures are in accordance with the [ARU] protocols."

Pat Wilson, a former CEO of the Manly Sea Eagles and NSW Waratahs, and former ARU general manager of high performance became interim CEO in April, until Ross Oakley was appointed in September. Oakley is a former AFL CEO and current CEO of the Victorian Rugby Union. Mitchell said he expected the Rebels to retain Wilson in some capacity.

In September 2011 Oakley stood down from the Rebels and was succeeded by Steven Boland as CEO. The Rebels announced the succession plan, citing Boland's credentials as an executive at Visy and Veolia, and his presidency of the Parramatta Rugby Club during its rebuilding phase.


‹ See more Melbourne Rebels Rugby Shirts.

$65.00 USD

  • UK shipping in 2-3 working days from £2.95
  • Worldwide shipping 5-10 working days from £6.95
  • Tracked & Signed Delivery available worldwide
  • Special Next Day Delivery available for UK (order before 12pm)

If you have any questions regarding delivery or payment we would be happy to help. Contact us here.