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The Cape Town leg of the 2018/19 HSBC World Sevens Series will take place between 8 and 9 December‚ governing body World Rugby confirmed on Friday.
It will be the third time the South African leg of the series will be staged at the Cape Town Stadium and in both previous events over 100 000 fans attended the games‚ making the Mother City leg the most supported stop on tour.
Cape town Sevens Fixtures
SAT DEC 8 2018
HSBC Cape Town Sevens Series 2018
SAT DEC 8 2018
HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019 – Cape Town
Match 1 SCOTLAND vs CANADA ; kick off 10:15
Match 2 AUSTRALIA vs WALES ; kick off 10:37
Match 3 FIJI vs FRANCE ; kick off 10:59
Match 4 ENGLAND vs KENYA ; kick off 11:21
Match 5 ARGENTINA vs SPAIN ; kick off 11:43
Match 6 USA vs JAPAN ; kick off 12:05
Match 7 SOUTH AFRICA vs SAMOA ; kick off 12:27
Match 8 NEW ZEALAND vs ZIMBABWE ; kick off 12:49
Match 9 SCOTLAND vs WALES ; kick off 13:36
Match 10 AUSTRALIA vs CANADA ; kick off 13:58
Match 11 FIJI vs KENYA ; kick off 14:20
Match 12 ENGLAND vs FRANCE ; kick off 14:42
Match 13 ARGENTINA vs JAPAN ; kick off 15:04
Match 14 USA vs SPAIN ; kick off 15:26
Match 15 SOUTH AFRICA vs ZIMBABWE ; kick off 15:48
Match 16 NEW ZEALAND vs SAMOA ; kick off 16:10
Match 17 CANADA vs WALES ; kick off 16:57
Match 18 AUSTRALIA vs SCOTLAND ; kick off 17:19
Match 19 FRANCE vs KENYA ; kick off 17:41
Match 20 ENGLAND vs FIJI ; kick off 18:03
Match 21 SPAIN vs JAPAN ; kick off 18:50
Match 22 USA vs ARGENTINA ; kick off 19:12
Match 23 SAMOA vs ZIMBABWE ; kick off 19:34
Match 24 NEW ZEALAND vs SOUTH AFRICA ; kick off 19:56
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The dates for Dubai’s biggest sporting party of the year have been announced with the annual Dubai Sevens set to take place at the aptly named Sevens on the weekend of November 29 – December 1.
The Dubai tournament is the first leg of the HSBC World Rugby Men’s Sevens Series, which next season also doubles as a qualifying competition for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for both the Men and Women’s teams.
South Africa are the defending Men’s Series champions, pipping Fiji for the title after defeating England in Paris to win the final leg of the 10-round series.
While Olympic champions Australia are the reigning Women’s Series champs, after narrowly holding off a superb New Zealand Black Ferns team in Paris.
Both South Africa and Australia are also the Dubai defending champions.
The men’s and women’s Series in 2018 saw record-breaking fan engagement figures with more than 120 million video views, a 60 per cent increase on 2017.
The 2018/19 will be hotly contested as 15 core men’s teams and 11 core women’s teams compete for their respective titles, and with the series acting as the principal route for qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, it promises to be even more competitive than usual.
The 2018/19 series welcomes Japan’s men and China’s women as core teams after they won the Hong Kong qualifier in April.
This season, the Women’s Sevens Series increases to six rounds with USA hosting the new opening round in Glendale, Colorado, on 20-21 October, 2018.
Rounds two and three are combined events alongside the men’s series, in Dubai on 29-30 November, and Sydney on February 1-2, before standalone events in Japan, on April 20-21 and Langford, Canada, on May 11-12.
The Women’s Series 2018/19 will culminate in Paris, May 31 – June 1.
The men’s Series will again be contested across 10 rounds from November 2018 to June 2019.
The series opens in Dubai before teams move on to Cape Town in South Africa the following week.
In the New Year, teams will travel to Hamilton, New Zealand, on January 26-27 before both men’s and women’s teams are welcomed to Sydney, Australia, for three days of action packed rugby sevens from 1-3 February.
The fifth and sixth rounds will be hosted in Las Vegas, USA, on March 1-3 and Vancouver, Canada, on March 9-10, before teams travel to Hong Kong on April 5-7 and Singapore on April 13-14 for rounds seven and eight respectively.
The penultimate round of the series will take place again in London on May 25-26 with Paris hosting the finale on June 1-2.
“As we enter an Olympic Games qualifying year, the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series promises to again be highly competitive as both men’s and women’s teams look to secure their place, via the world series, at Tokyo 2020,” said World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont.
“Rugby Sevens has seen record growth in awareness in recent years with its inclusion in the Olympics having a profound effect on the sport, attracting an estimated 30 million fans globally.
“The series continues to capture the imagination of global audiences with record-breaking fan engagement figures of over 120 million video views recorded this year.
“The World Series is truly one of Rugby Sevens’ flagship competitions and we are looking forward to watching teams once again compete at the highest level not only for the coveted world series title, but also Olympic qualification.”
As it has in the past two seasons‚ the Cape Town Sevens is the second stop on the 10-city World Series‚ that starts in Dubai a week earlier.
The Blitzboks are the defending World Series champions‚ although they only reached the semi-finals in Cape Town last season.
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