World Rugby Sevens World Series I Global professional rugby competition


Started in 1999, the HSBC Sevens World Series is an annual elite-level competition series between nations, whose top professional rugby players compete against each other throughout the year for the World Series Title.  National Teams compete for the HSBC Sevens World Series title by accumulating points based on their finishing position in each of the nine series tournaments. Beginning in 2012, Japan will become the ninth stop on the world tour. HSBC Sevens World Series is sanctioned by the International Rugby Board (IRB). USA Sevens is the US-based tournament that is owned and operated by USA Sevens LLC. Played on the same size field as traditional 15 a-side rugby, sevens rugby is played with only seven players per team. In addition to a keen understanding of how the game is played, pure speed and athleticism are the foundation for the sevens rugby standout. The game is played with non-stop action, thrilling attacks and game saving tackles. The USA Sevens debuted at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles, California in February 2004, marking the first time the United States ever hosted an official IRB event of this magnitude and world importance. The tournament is now held in the party capital of the world, Las Vegas. With 16 Nations, 44 Games and 3 days of incredible days of action, USA Sevens is fast becoming one of the most exciting sporting events in the United States. The tournament has continued to see a massive increase in attendance for the past several years.

Results and Schedules
Round 1Dubai1-2 Dec 2017
Round 2Cape Town9-10 Dec 2017
Round 3Wellington26-27 Jan 2018
Round 4Sydney3-4 Feb 2018
Round 5USA (Las Vegas)2-4 Mar 2018
Round 6Vancouver10-11 March 2018
Round 7Hong Kong6-8 April 2018
Round 8Singapore28-29 April 2018
Round 9London2-3 June 2018
Round 10Paris9-10 June 2018
Dates & Times

Fri., Mar. 2, 2018

Gates Open: 2:00pm

  • Women's Exhibition Match: 2:30pm
  • First Men's Match: 3:00pm
  • Highlights: Pool Rounds 1 & 2

Sat., Mar. 3, 2018

Gates Open: 10:00am

  • First Match:11:30am
  • Highlights: Men's Pool Rounds & Quarterfinals

Sun., Mar. 4, 2018

Gates Open: 10:00am

  • First Match:11:00am
  • Last Match: 5:00pm
  • Highlights: Finals
Stadium Capacity36,000
Past Champions
  • 2005:New Zealand
  • 2006:England
  • 2007:Fiji
  • 2008:New Zealand
  • 2009:Argentina
  • 2010:Samoa
  • 2011:South Africa
  • 2012:Samoa
  • 2013:South Africa
  • 2014:South Africa
  • 2015:Fiji
  • 2016:Fiji
  • 2017:South Africa

FormatOlympic style Rugby Sevens: two, seven minutes halves with two-minute intervals for pool and knock-out matches.

03/04/2018 04:30 PM
USA 28 Argentina 0
03/04/2018 04:00 PM
Fiji 26 South Africa 21
03/04/2018 03:35 PM
New Zealand 17 Australia 12
03/04/2018 03:10 PM
France 26 Canada 19
03/04/2018 01:56 PM
Samoa 28 Spain 7
03/04/2018 01:34 PM
Argentina 12 South Africa 10
03/04/2018 01:12 PM
Fiji 7 USA 19