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Rugby Sevens Returns to Twickenham Stadium in June


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Rugby Sevens Returns to Twickenham Stadium in June

From 2-3 June, London will be a Rugby mad house....

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Watch the England Sevens team on home soil for the first time since their bronze medal win at the Commonwealth Games.

The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series returns to Twickenham on 2-3 June to celebrate two days of international rugby.

Rugby Sevens Returns to Twickenham Stadium in June 

Rugby is the name of the game, but London is this event’s theme. The penultimate leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series will celebrate the iconic city alongside the world-class sport with a weekend full of gourmet street food, live music and entertainment for the whole family.

‘The HSBC London Sevens 2018 aims to offer a fresh, new look with even more for our loyal rugby fans to enjoy while encouraging new audiences to join in the spirit of this unique event. The tournament builds fantastic bonds between international crowds and, with the varied activities at this year’s event, we are striving to offer something for everyone to enjoy at the ultimate sporting event of the summer.’ – Steve Brown, CEO, England Rugby

Due to high demand for tickets last year, there will be 50,000 tickets available per day, giving rugby enthusiasts and newcomer crowds the chance to take part in the two day event.

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The HSBC London Sevens will be the only chance to watch England in action on the hallowed turf at Twickenham before they compete in the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco in July.

The full line-up and match schedule is available at World Rugby.

‘This season has already seen the England Sevens travel to some incredible locations around the world to represent their country, but nothing can beat playing at a home tournament in front of friends, family and incredible home fans. The feeling of running out onto the pitch at Twickenham, regardless of whether you’re making your debut or whether it’s your tenth time, is so special and it means a huge amount to the players to have such strong support in the stands.’ – Head of England Sevens, Simon Amor,

For tickets and more information, click here.

When & Where: 2-3 June 2018. Twickenham Stadium, Whitton Rd, Twickenham TW2 7BA

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