Bremont is the official timekeeper of England Rugby and celebrated with a watch – The Bremont Rose.
The Bremont Rose
The Bremont Rose was launched in early 2020 and is based on the iconic ALT1-C. It is the first watch from Bremont that states “England” on the dial as opposed to “London” at 6 o’clock. The 43mm brushed steel case features two sub-dials embossed with the symbolic England Rose. The white dial combined with blue steel hands and a red chronograph second is a nod to St George’s Cross. The caseback reveals the words “Swing Low” in tribute to the famous Twickenham anthem “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”. The rotor with its engraving of the England Rose is visible through the transparent caseback.
Official Timekeeper of England Rugby
As of 2020, Bremont will be the Official Timekeeper of England Rugby for a 5-year partnership. Bremont will be delivering all of Twickenham stadium’s official time-related match day content, including Bremont match clocks around the stadium.
Tom Curry – The Ambassador
Bremont has teamed up with Tom Curry as an official Bremont Ambassador. Tom plays as a flanker for the Sales Sharks rugby team who compete in the English Gallagher Premiership. Tom is credited with being the youngest player to start an international for England in 90 years when he made his senior bow in Argentina in 2017. Since making his debut, he has shone for England, including getting all the way to the final of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, and he is now highly regarded as one of the best flankers in the world.