The Australian Rugby Sevens side will be looking to end New Zealand’s domination of the Commonwealth Games when they travel to Glasgow to compete in the Games in June 2014.
Coach Michael O’Connor’s Rugby Sevens squad broke a 12-year drought and achieved Australia’s best-ever result at a Commonwealth Games when they claimed silver in Delhi in 2010, after pushing four-time champions New Zealand all the way in the gold medal decider.
Ibrox Stadium will host a total of 45 games across two days of competition where 16 teams will strive to secure Gold for their country.
Tickets to the Rugby Sevens at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games can be purchased at tickets.glasgow2014.com
With first-class sightlines and an intense, intimate atmosphere, Ibrox Stadium will heighten the drama of the Rugby Sevens competition at Glasgow 2014.
Built in 1899, Ibrox, home of the renowned Rangers Football team, is the third largest football stadium in Scotland and is steeped in history. From David Beckham to Elton John, Ibrox Stadium has hosted the world’s elite in its all-seated capacity of 51,082.
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