Dubai Sevens: How to watch

Tue, 01/12/2015, 01:00 am
by AAP

Want to keep track of our sevens teams in Dubai but not sure how? We’ve got you covered.


Qantas Australia’s Women’s Sevens team are looking to take the Dubai crown for the second time in three seasons and better their runner-up finish of 2014-15, as their Olympic run begins.

The Women’s Sevens competition kicks off on Thursday night (AEDT), with Australia’s first game at 8:48pm.

Australia’s women face Spain, Japan and England in their pool, before the finals day on Thursday morning (AEDT).

The deciding women's matches will be broadcast on FOX Sports One 501, starting with highlights of the quarter-finals and semi-finals. LIVE coverage will begin with Plate Final at 11:30 pm AEDT, with the Cup final at 12:30am Saturday morning AEDT.

For any matches not broadcast on FOX, you can watch the live stream of every game at


Qantas Australia’s Men’s Sevens team wants to start its Olympic year off with a strong performance in Dubai, welcoming three new faces into the side for the first round.

The Men’s competition starts on December 4, with the first match against Kenya at 6:36pm AEDT on Friday night, before matches against Wales (10:20pm AEDT) and England (3:42am AEDT).

Every Day One men’s match will be broadcast LIVE on FOX Sports One 501 from 3:50pm AEDT, including the three Aussie games.

The Cup quarter-finals will be available through the red button option on Foxtel from 5:58pm-7:30pm AEDT on December 5 with the rest of the finals broadcast LIVE on FOX Sports One 501, from 8:30pm AEDT.

Qantas Australian Men's Sevens fixtures in Dubai, UAE, 4-5 December

Broadcast LIVE on FOX Sports One 501 from 3:50pm AEDT

Australia v Kenya, Pool D, 6.36pm AEDT (4 December)

Australia v Wales, Pool D, 10.20pm AEDT (4 December)

Australia v England, Pool D, 3.42am AEDT (5 December)

Qantas Australian Women's Sevens fixtures in Dubai, UAE, 3-4 December

Live stream:

Australia v Spain, Pool C, 8.48pm AEDT (3 December)

Australia v Japan, Pool C, 11.44pm AEDT (3 December)

Australia v England, Pool C, 2.41am AEDT (4 December)

Day Two streamed LIVE via broadcast on FOX Sports One 501 from 11:00pm AEDT Friday December 4.

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