Overmach Rugby Parma Jersey's
Rugby Parma, full name Rugby Parma F.C. 1931 s.r.l. also known as Overmach Rugby Parma is an Italian club founded in 1931. The club is the senior one of 2 based in the town or Parma the other being SKG Gran Rugby who along with Parma play in the top Italian league. Rugby Parma has roots with the local University and until 1946 it was tied to the faculty.
Rugby Parma play their home games in the Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi which is entered via the second side street to the right of viale Piacenza in the city of Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy.
Parma Rugby Shirts
Parma play their home games in kit comprising yellow and blue striped shirts, blue shorts and yellow and blue striped socks. To date the shirt has not been worn by many known names outside Italy except for: Roland de Marigny and 2 Welsh players, Geoffrey Thomas Cartwright and Royston Williams.
The club has not achieved any high honours in Italy apart from their place in the super league since winning the Italian Championships in 1950, 1955 and 1957. They did have a momentous moment of fame though when beating Newport Gwent 24-15 for a Heineken Cup playoff place that meant they qualified for the season 2006-7 Cup.