Your guide to following our Men's and Women's Sevens teams overseas this weekend

by staff

Fans of world-class Rugby Sevens are in for a treat later this week when the IRB Sevens World Series returns with both Qantas Australian Men's and Women's teams in action abroad over FOUR days.

The Australian Men's team are currently in New Zealand preparing for the Wellington Sevens looking to build on two outstanding displays in Dubai and Port Elizabeth in early December - performances that have catapulted the side into the top four spots in the HSBC Sevens World Series standings.

FOX SPORTS 2 will be broadcasting all of the Day One action live from Wellington from 9.50am AEDT on Friday, 6 February. FOX SPORTS 2 will show Day Two from 9.50am AEDT, with the telecast wrapping up at 7.35pm on Saturday, 7 February.

For the first time in a Sevens World Series event outside of Dubai, a Women's tournament will be broadcast live. Finals Day from the Sao Paulo Sevens will be broadcast live on FOX SPORTS 1 live from 5.00am, with Sean Maloney calling all of the action direct from the Arena Barueri stadium. Day One of the tournament will be streamed live via

Broadcast Details:

2014/15 HSBC Men's Sevens World Series from Wellington, New Zealand

Day One on 6 February - broadcast on FOX SPORTS 2 from 9.50am

Australia v Wales, Pool C, 10.42am (AEDT), 6 February

Australia v Portugal, Pool C, 1.36pm (AEDT), 6 February

Australia v Fiji, Pool C, 4.54pm (AEDT), 6 February

Day Two on 7 February - broadcast on FOX SPORTS 2 from 9.50am (AEDT)

2014/15 World Rugby Women's Sevens World Series from Sao Paulo, Brazil

Day One on 8 February- streamed via from midnight.

Australia v Brazil, Pool B, 12.22am (AEDT), 8 February

Australia v China, Pool B, 2.44am (AEDT), 8 February

Australia v Fiji, Pool B, 5.28am (AEDT), 8 February

Day Two on 9 February - broadcast on and FOX SPORTS 1 to broadcast the Women's competition from 5.00am.


Qantas Men’s Sevens Head Coach Geraint John has finalised his 12-man squad that will take to the field at the Wellington Sevens on Friday and Saturday.

Final squad: Cameron Clark, Tom Cusack, Allan Fa’alava’au, Con Foley, Pama Fou, Lewis Holland, Greg Jeloudev, Ed Jenkins, Nick Malouf, Sam Myers, Jesse Parahi, James Stannard