domingo, 11 de diciembre de 2011

Guinness. Official beer to the irish rugby team / La cerveza del rugby irlandés.

English language at the bottom of this post).

La Dublin University fundó en 1854 el primer Club de Rugby organizado en Irlanda. Los estudiantes habían aprendido a jugar en las escuelas inglesas.  Otros clubs que fueron fundados en aquella época y todavía existen son: Wanderers (1869); Lansdowne (1873); Dungannon (1873); UCC (1874); Co. Carlow (1873); Ballinasloe (1875); NIFC (1868) y Queen's University (1869).
El primer partido internacional que jugó Irlanda tuvo a Inglaterra como contrincante, 20 jugadores por equipo, doce de ellos de Leinster. El primer partido de rugby a quince se celebró en 1877 y los primeros seleccionados de Munster fueron escogidos en 1879.
En este momento hay 60,000 jugadores de rugby en Irlanda. 56 clubs del Ulster; 71 de Leinster: 59 de Munster y 19 de Connacht. Además hay 246 escuelas de rugby, Ulster (107), Leinster (75), Munster (41) y Connacht (23). 50 clubs juegan en la National League.
La IRFU es la propietaria de Lansdowne Road (ahoraAvivaStadium)
http://posavasosderugby.blogspot.com/2011/05/lansdowne-road.html donde se juegan los partidos de rugby y futbol de Irlanda.
Fuente: http://www.irishrugby.ie/irfu/history/index.php
Guinness es la cerveza oficial de la Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) y patrocinador de la Guinness Series. La identificación de Guinness con el rugby es absoluta, basta pasear por la Ginness Storehouse para comprenderlo http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/Index.aspx. Antes ya he publicado sobre ello http://posavasosderugby.blogspot.com/2011/01/guinness-munster-leinster-proud-sponsor.html y http://posavasosderugby.blogspot.com/2011/06/2009-british-and-irish-lions-tour-to.html
Os muestro un posavasos que, a la vez es una declaración de principios y un anuncio de Guinness en el mismo sentido.


Dublin University, founded in 1854, was the first organised Rugby Football Club in Ireland. Students at the University had first learnt the game while at English Public Schools. Other clubs which were formed at the time and are still in existence include, Wanderers founded in 1869; Lansdowne (1873); Dungannon (1873); UCC (1874); Co. Carlow (1873); Ballinasloe (1875); NIFC (1868); Queen's University (1869).
Ballinasloe and Athlone amalgamated in 1994 to form Buccaneers.From 1874 to 1879 there were two Unions. The Irish Football Union had jurisdiction over Clubs in Leinster, Munster and parts of Ulster; the Northern Football Union of Ireland controlled the Belfast area. When the first International was played against England in February 1875, the teams were twenty a side and the Irish team included 12 players from Leinster and eight from Ulster. The first fifteen a side match was in 1877 and the first Munster players were chosen in 1879.
There are presently 60,000 (approx.) players in total in Ireland. 56 clubs are affiliated to the Ulster Branch; 71 to the Leinster Branch: 59 to the Munster Branch and 19 to the Connacht Branch. In addition there are 246 Schools playing rugby, Ulster (107), Leinster (75), Munster (41) and Connacht (23).
There is a National League of 50 Senior Clubs.
The Union owns grounds at Lansdowne Road (Now Aviva Stadium) at which International Rugby and Soccer matches are played. http://posavasosderugby.blogspot.com/2011/05/lansdowne-road.html
From: http://www.irishrugby.ie/irfu/history/index.php
Guinness is the official beer of the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) and sponsor of the Guinness Series. Guinness's identification with rugby is absolute. Just with a walk along the Ginness Storehouse you can understand it http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/Index.aspx.  already I have published on it http://posavasosderugby.blogspot.com/2011/01/guinness-munster-leinster-proud-sponsor.html and http://posavasosderugby.blogspot.com/2011/06/2009-british-and-irish-lions-tour-to.html
I show you a coaster that itself  is a declaration about Guinnes and rugby and a video in the same sense.

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