Ryder Cup :: show your support for Europe

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European Ryder Cup fans can now proudly wear the blue and gold of their continent in support of Paul McGinley’s men thanks to launch of the Ryder Cup official fan clothing range.


The release features specially designed items in European blue and navy with gold trim to reflect the colours of the European flag. A men’s polo, a ladies polo, a sweater and jacket have all been designed for the European support to wear on home soil.

Paul McGinley lends a hand in Ryder Cup design


The man who will lead Europe’s finest against the Americans at Gleneagles, Paul McGinley, hopes the range he helped design will sea of ‘blue around the course’.

“The Official Fan Range offers people the opportunity to get behind the team in a really colourful way,” said the Irishman. “I want the fans at Gleneagles to be vocal and passionate and I genuinely believe the range will go a long way to creating that atmosphere.
"I was thrilled to have had the support to bring this idea to life." - Paul McGinley

“You can just imagine seeing a sea of blue around the course. The positive atmosphere will only help our players - I know this from experience. It can be inspiring to see your home fans getting right behind you.

“I was thrilled to have had the support to bring this idea to life. They even let me have a say in the design, I just hope it is something the fans coming to the match will enjoy wearing.”

The range is available to buy from euroshop.rydercup.com, has been developed by Ryder Cup Europe and its official retail partner, Kitbag.

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