HSBC Sydney 7s

  • Event Holder
    Sydney Sevens
  • Date
    01 Feb 2019 - 03 Feb 2019
  • Time
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Admission Price
    Families General Admission $142.75
  • Location
    Moore Park, NSW


Countdown to event!

2019-02-01 09:00:00 2019-02-03 17:00:00 Australia/Sydney HSBC Sydney 7s The HSBC Sydney 7s, secured by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW, will take place again in February this year. Moore Park, NSW Sydney Sevens


Categories

Event
  • Community
  • Sport
Target Demographics
Age
  • 0 - 15 Years
  • 16 - 39 Years
  • 25 - 54 Years
  • 16 - 54 Years
  • 55+ Years
  • Families
Gender
  • Both Male/Female
Target Regions
  • Within 3 hours drive
  • New South Wales

Sponsorship Benefits

The ARU confirmed its decision to move the Sevens to Sydney in March 2015, to be hosted at the 45,500 capacity Allianz Stadium. In 2016, 16 teams played at the inaugural Sydney 7s - Argentina, Australia, Canada, England, Fiji, France, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Samoa, Scotland, South Africa, USA and Wales, with World Rugby inviting one additional country from the Pacific Islands.

Event Background

Sydney will be the fourth Australian city to host a leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series when the carnival heads back to these shores on the weekend of 3-5 February 2017.

The Harbour City follows in the rather large footsteps of Brisbane, Adelaide and the Gold Coast as fans of all different cultures and allegiances from across the globe descend on Sydney.

Ballymore Stadium in Brisbane hosted Australia's first-ever World Series leg in February 2000, the hosts only pipped by a magical try from Fijian legend Waisale Serevi in the dying moments as the Pacific Islanders won the Cup Final.

After a one-year hiatus, Ballymore once again hosted a World Series leg, this time in February 2002. Richard Graham and Cameron Pither were among the try scorers as the Aussies defeated trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand for what is still the green and golds solitary triumph on home soil.

Ballymore hosted a leg once again a year later before the a three-year gap which then saw the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) take the round to Adelaide, hosted at the iconic Adelaide Oval.

It was in South Australia that the event remained for five years (2006-2010) before the Australian leg headed north to Queensland once again and the glitter strip of the Gold Coast. Robina Stadium was home to the Australian leg of the Sevens World Series for four years between 2011-2014, the home side's best performance being a runners-up berth in October 2013.

The ARU confirmed its decision to move the Sevens to Sydney in March 2015, to be hosted at the 45,500 capacity Allianz Stadium. In 2016, 16 teams played at the inaugural Sydney 7s - Argentina, Australia, Canada, England, Fiji, France, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Portugal, Russia, Samoa, Scotland, South Africa, USA and Wales, with World Rugby inviting one additional country from the Pacific Islands.

Event Details

To be hosted at the 45,500-capacity Allianz Stadium in Sydney's Moore Park, the event will host to the top-ranked Men's and Women's Rugby Sevens nations in the world in a weekend of free-flowing, fast-moving, colourful action.

From the Golden Aussies, to the Flying Fijians, the mighty Kiwis and the speed-deamons of the USA – the Sydney7s will guarantee a weekend not to be missed.

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