HSBC Sevens World Series 2013/2014

The HSBC Sevens World Series tour comprises of nine distinct events throughout the season, across five continents.

Each individual tournament involves 16 teams – with the exception of the 24 team bonanza in Hong Kong – the 12 IRB sevens core sides and four other invited sides.

The nine tournament venues all have an individual character and offer something unique to players and fans. From the history-steeped Hong Kong tournament to the eminent Twickenham Stadium for the London Sevens, the landscape may change, but the competition is consistently fierce as teams pursue points for the series title.

Fan's festivals, beer tents, outrageous costumes, family areas, and continuous try-scoring action on the turf, is the recipe for fun for sevens crowds all over the world.

 

 

2013/2014 HSBC WORLD SERIES STANDINGS

Glasgow Sevens

 

The pool draw for the London Sevens has been confirmed for the final round of the HSBC Sevens World Series on 10-11 May 2014.

The Aussies have been drawn in Pool C alongside Japan, Spain and Fiji for the opening day of the London Sevens. Should Michael O'Connor's young side qualify for the Cup Quarter-Finals then they will likely face in-form Canada or Kenya.

 

Pool A

New Zealand

England

Argentina

Wales

Pool B

Canada

Kenya Samoa USA

Pool C

Fiji

Australia

Spain Japan

Pool D

Scotland

South Africa
France Portugal


Live Streaming

2013/2014 HSBC SEVENS WORLD SERIES

 

Australia sit in fifth spot in the 2013/14 HSBC Sevens World Series heading into the last round of the season. It was announced last week that Day One of the London Sevens at Twickenham is a 75,000 sell-out.

Fans can stream the action live from London by visiting irbsevens.com

Follow the Qantas Men's and Women's Sevens with updates on Twitter @Aussie7s

Australian Men’s Sevens fixtures in Twickenham, London on 10 May:
Australia v Japan - 7.06pm (EST)
Australia v Spain - 10.12pm (EST)

Australia v Fiji - 1.38am (EST)

 

Click here to see the full fixture. 

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