Win tickets to see Lions play Japan

Canterbury, official kit supplier to the British & Irish Lions, is giving away two tickets to the Vodafone Lions 1888 Cup between the British & Irish Lions and Japan.

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Former Lions captain Sam Warburton in the new strip

Fans will also be able to get their hands on a huge range of Canterbury’s official British & Irish Lions apparel – with prizes being given away every hour on Friday, June 25, ahead of the match at Murrayfield on Saturday, June 26.

To take part, fans will need to crack the clues shared on Friday morning via Canterbury’s social channels:

Canterbury is the official kit supplier to the British & Irish Lions

The tickets and clothing will be located in a series of special lockers in the Sports Direct Store on Princes Street. Once they have solved all the clues, fans need to head into store armed with the results to crack the padlock code and find out what they have won.

Prizes will be available every hour between midday and 6pm.

Canterbury has been committed to the game of rugby for 117 years and is currently team kit supplier to Ireland, Japan, and USA.

Their range of British & Irish Lions products is the Lions’ largest ever collection, including three times as many women’s products as ever before.

Canterbury has been committed to the game of rugby for 117 years

As well as being the official apparel partner for the British & Irish Lions South Africa tour in 2021, Canterbury is the title sponsor of the Lions Origin Clubs through its partnership with the Lions, celebrating those clubs which have helped develop a British & Irish Lion.

Saturday's match against Japan at Murrayfield will feature a restricted crowd of 16,500 spectators – the biggest attendance for a rugby match in the UK in 16 months. With tickets in hot demand, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to bag yourself a pair for the final clash before the Lions head off to South Africa.

For your chance to be part of the biggest rugby crowd in the UK since the 2020 Six Nations, and to get your hands on the fantastic prizes on offer, follow Canterbury on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – and look out for clues on Friday, June 25.