01 HSBC SINGAPORE RUGBY SEVENS
Rugby Sevens is played on a full-size pitch by teams of seven players. The games are much shorter in duration compared to the traditional 15's rugby, with each half lasting seven minutes.
With fewer players and shorter games, on-pitch battles are fast and furious are there is more space for the players to express themselves, which deliver more excitement for fans. Fancy dress has become synonymous with Rugby Sevens with rugby-themed games and kid-friendly activities a common sight around the stadium for everyone to embrace and celebrate the sport. With a carnival atmosphere, Rugby Sevens provides an enjoyable and fun experience for every member of the family, rugby fan or not.
New Zealand has by far been the dominant force in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, which was inaugurated in 1999, winning 12 out of the 19 seasons. However, other teams such as Fiji, USA, Australia and defending champions, South Africa, have emerged as forces to be reckoned with.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Here is an overview of the frequently asked questions about this event. If you have any queries that you don’t see below then please get in touch via chat. Just click the red message icon in the bottom right hand corner of this page.
At what age is a guest required to have a ticket?
What are the different ticket types?
“Adult” is age 18 and above as determined by their age on 10 October 2020.
“Youth” is age 4-18 years (inclusive) as determined by their age on 10 October 2020.
“Family package” is made up of at least two adults and two youths.
What will the Singapore Sevens schedule look like?
For 2020, gates open at 830am on Day 1 and 10:30 am on Day 2, with first kick-offs an hour after gates open.
The final match of Day 1 is scheduled to end at 7:55 pm while the tournament is scheduled to end at 7:28 pm on Day 2.
Is there re-entry to the event?
What can and can’t I bring into the Stadium?
Where are the designated smoking areas?
Entertainment Spectators at the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens Series 2019 were treated to world class rugby action and awesome music entertainment over the two days! Rugby fans danced and partied to international acts like Smash Mouth and Broadway’s Rock of Ages band.
The all-new Singapore Sevens Splash Party also featured live performances by local artistes like Joshua Simon, Glen Wee, Joie Tan, Astronauts, m1ld1fe and Leandra!
Apart from the National Stadium, Clarke Quay Fountain Square was also bouncing with a fantastic line-up of home-grown bands taking to the stage at the Music After 7s. All in all, it was a music extravaganza at the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens where fans were treated to a seamless mix of sports and entertainment, and we can’t wait for the next edition!