As the Official Timekeeper of England Rugby, Bremont have teamed up with England star, Tom Curry who became the youngest player to start an international for England in 90 years when he made his senior bow in Argentina on the 2017 summer tour.

Considering only the great Jonny Wilkinson has been a younger debutant for England Tom is clearly in fine company. The Sale Sharks flanker had a breakthrough season in 2016/17 Tom was on the full international radar and made his Twickenham bow in an uncapped game against the Barbarians in May 2017. As a player who continuously puts his body on the line in every game Tom truly epitomises the term ‘Tested Beyond Endurance’.

Discover 'The Rose' Collection

The Bremont Rose, based on the iconic ALT1-C, is the first watch in Bremont’s range to aptly state ‘England’ on the dial as opposed to ‘London’ at 6 o’clock. The brushed steel chronograph features two sub-dials subtly embossed with the symbolic England Rose, combined with blued steel hands and a beautifully contrasting red chrono second hand, a nod to the St George’s Cross.




England Rugby

Official Timekeeper

Bremont is delighted to be Official Timing Partner to both England Rugby and Twickenham Stadium in a collaboration that celebrates shared values of durability, precision and technical ability. Through the new partnership, Bremont will be delivering all of Twickenham stadium’s official time-related match day content, including branded match clocks around the stadium. In addition, Bremont has produced a series of special edition mechanical chronometers named 'the Rose' for both fans and players.