Watch: All Blacks reveal poppy jersey to commemorate Armistice Day against England

With tomorrow's Test between England and the All Blacks at Twickenham falling on the weekend of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, both sides will take to the field wearing poppies to remember those who gave their lives during the First World War.

Armistice Day, celebrated on November 11, commemorates the end of World War One, celebrating the treaty signed between the Allies and Germany.

As tribute, the All Blacks' jersey for tomorrow will feature a poppy on the right shoulder, remembering those on both sides to fall in battle.

The Duke of Sussex will also be present at the Test and will lay a wreath on the pitch to honour the occasion. 

The All Blacks will pay respect to the 100-year anniversary at Twickenham tomorrow. Source: 1 NEWS


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