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Rugby Sevens

  1. Bournemouth 7s Festival 2017

    Bournemouth 7s Festival 2017
    Taking place on 26th, 27th & 28th May 2017 (Bank Holiday Weekend) this year will be the 10th Anniversary of Bournemouth 7s! To celebrate there will be New Arenas, a New Vets Cup (Over 35s) and much more this year! What is Bournemouth 7s? Bournemouth 7s has become the World’s Largest Sport & Music Festival and is fast approaching its...
  2. HSBC London Sevens Festival 2017

    HSBC London Sevens Festival 2017
    It's nearly time for the HSBC London Sevens Festival! If you are a Rugby fan then I'm sure this date is already in your diary! Saturday 20th May - Sunday 21st of May at Twickenham grounds! HSBC is there a theme? Well the actual event is touch and go! You can wear what you want fancy dress wise - there is...
  3. Twickenham HSBC World Rugby 7's

    Twickenham HSBC World Rugby 7's
    The London 7’s is an annual rugby sevens tournament which is going to be held at Twickenham on the 21st -22nd May 2016, London. The Game is popular at all levels with amateur and club tournaments throughout the summer months. Rugby sevens (seven-a-side) is one of the most well distributed forms of rugby and continents such as Africa, Asia, Europe and America have taken a particular shine to the sport. The 2015-16 seasons kicked off in Dubai on 4th-5th December 2015 and will visit 5 new destinations, Cape Town, Vancouver, Singapore and Paris. London will be the last major tournament for many of the nations before they Travel to Rio to compete at 2016 Olympic Games. In 2009 England made a momentous comeback in front of 35,000 fans beating New Zealand with a score in the final second of overtime. Come on England! Twickenham Stadium Twickenham is a stadium in Twickenham, south west London, England. It is primarily a venue for rugby union and hosts England's home test matches, You wouldn’t think that this well-known stadium started off as a cabbage patch but that's exactly what it was before the RFU (Rugby Football Union) purchased the land for just over £5,500 in 1907. The first game was played in 1909 - a battle between local sides Harlequins and Richmond - and here we are, over 100 years later, still going strong. Continue reading →

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