Violent Soho Give Back To Their Community, Partnering With A Local Junior Rugby League Club

Violent Soho have designed limited edition rugby jersey, with all proceeds going to Easts Mt Gravatt JRLFC.
Our eclectic team of writers from around Australia – and a couple beyond – with decades of combined experience and interest in all fields.

Rugby league really is the heartland of Australia.

In what is believed to a first for junior sports in Australia, Queensland rockers Violent Soho have partnered with their local, junior rugby league club, East Mt Gravatt Eagles, to produce an exclusive piece of merchandise – with all profits going to the club.

The limited edition jersey features the famous Violent Soho blazing skull logo, embellished with rugby league headgear and a mouthguard on the front. While the reverse is emblazoned with the number 4122, the South Brisbane postcode Violent Soho fans have come to recognise so well.

Since 1978, Easts Mt Gravatt JRLFC have called Allan Innes Field in Mansfield their home ground. It's but a stone's throw of Mansfield Tavern, the venue Violent Soho hail as their own home ground.

Easts Mt Gravatt vice-president Daniel Giuffrida says the club are thrilled with the exclusive jersey as well as the fact all four band members have registered as club volunteers.

Violent Soho released their fifth studio album, 'Everything Is A-OK', in April.

Let's Socialise

Facebook pink circle    Instagram pink circle    YouTube pink circle    YouTube pink circle

 OG    NAT

Twitter pink circle    Twitter pink circle