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27 Oct 2023

England Rugby League to Continue Successful Partnership with SKINS Compression UK

England Rugby League to Continue Successful Partnership with SKINS Compression UK

England Rugby League will continue the successful partnership with SKINS Compression UK for the next year starting at this year’s Autumn Internationals.

SKINS will be Official Compression and Recovery Partner for the England teams, as they were in the Rugby League World Cup last year.

SKINS are the pioneers of compression sportswear with their goal being to help every athlete perform to their best.   The garments wrap and protect your muscles which helps the players work harder, for longer and recover faster.  It’s the edge every athlete needs to achieve their personal best. It’s the edge professional athletes rely on to beat the competition.

Chris Beaumont, SKINS Compression Sales and Marketing Manager said:

“We help athletes of all levels perform better by knowing what pressure to apply and where to apply it on the body.  This naturally enhances blood circulation and limits damage during training and playing from muscle vibration, ultimately  leading to quicker recovery time.”

“We are very excited to extend our partnership with England Rugby League and help give the players that added advantage to play at this elite level.

Jodie Cunningham, the captain of England Women, said:

“It’s fantastic for the girls to be part of this partnership with SKINS as we prepare to face Wales this autumn. As the standard of Women’s and Girls’ Rugby League has developed in recent years, the need for the best possible training gear has also increased – and SKINS compression technology is the best we could have.”

Jack Welsby, the St Helens superstar who became England’s youngest captain in the first Test against Tonga last weekend, added:

“We’re always looking for an extra edge, especially at the end of a long and tough Super League season, and SKINS compression technology will give us that through this historic series against Tonga.”