Our Saskatchewan Roughriders-inspired art print was created to honour the history of one of Canada's and North America's oldest franchises. The Roughriders were founded in 1910 as the Regina Rugby Club and have maintained their organization integrity since making them the third-oldest professional football club in existence today. Only the Arizona Cardinals and Toronto Argonauts are older.
The origin of the Roughriders name is somewhat disputed. Some say the North-West Mounted Police were known as Roughriders while others claim the name came from western Canadian troops that rode cavalry in the Spanish-American war. Either way, today's Roughriders name is the pride of one the of the CFL's most diehard fan bases.
Our 'Saskatchewan Roughriders-Inspired Football Art Print' celebrates the history of Canada's brand of football and what it has meant to its fan base and the nation. For over 150 years, football has played a prominent role in Canadian sports culture and teams from Regina have been major contributors. Our Saskatchewan Roughriders art print ties in the legacy of the team colours and uniforms to their home city with an antique map of Regina creating a unique collector piece for any Rider-Nation faithful, CFL, or football fan in general.
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