Ladies’ Series increments to six rounds
2019 Series frames the important course for Olympic capability in front of Tokyo 2020
World Rugby has declared the calendar for the people’s
HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019.
Rugby sevens keeps on drawing in worldwide groups of onlookers and break new ground. The people’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2018 saw record-breaking fan commitment figures with in excess of 120 million video sees, a 60 percent expansion on 2017.
The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019 will be fervently challenged as 15 center men’s groups and 11 center ladies’ groups go after the title, and with the arrangement going about as the key course for capability for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, it guarantees to be indeed very aggressive.
VIEW 2019 SERIES SCHEDULE
This season, the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series increments to six rounds with USA Rugby facilitating the new opening round in Glendale, Colorado, on 20-21 October, 2018.
Rounds two and three are consolidated occasions close by the men’s arrangement, occurring in Dubai on 29-30 November, 2018 and Sydney on 1-2 February, 2019 preceding independent occasions in Japan, on 20-21 April and Langford, Canada, on 11-12 May. The HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series 2019 will come full circle in Paris, 31 May-1 June.
The men’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series will again be challenged crosswise over 10 rounds from November 2018 to June 2019.
The arrangement opens in Dubai on 30-1 December, 2018, preceding groups proceed onward to Cape Town in South Africa the next week.
In the New Year, groups will venture out to Hamilton, New Zealand, on 26-27 January, 2019 preceding the two people’s groups are invited to Sydney, Australia, for three days of activity stuffed rugby sevens from 1-3 February.
The fifth and 6th rounds will be facilitated in Las Vegas, USA, on 1-3 March and Vancouver, Canada, on 9-10 March, before groups travel to Hong Kong on 5-7 April and Singapore on 13-14 April for rounds seven and eight separately.
The penultimate round of the arrangement will occur again in London on 25-26 May with Paris facilitating the finale on 1-2 June.
World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont stated: “As we enter an Olympic Games qualifying year, the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series guarantees to again be exceptionally aggressive as the two people’s groups hope to anchor their place, through the world arrangement, at Tokyo 2020.
“Rugby sevens has seen record development in mindfulness as of late with its incorporation in the Olympics profoundly affecting the game, pulling in an expected 30 million fans all around. The arrangement keeps on catching the creative energy of worldwide gatherings of people with record-breaking fan commitment figures of more than 120 million video sees recorded for the current year.
“The world arrangement is genuinely one of rugby sevens’ leader rivalries and we are anticipating watching groups by and by contend at the most elevated amount for the desired world arrangement title, as well as Olympic capability.”
Leanne Cutts, HSBC Group General Manager and Group Head of Marketing, stated: “As a long haul accomplice of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, we can take incredible pride in the work we’ve finished with World Rugby to help convey the record development and extension the diversion has appreciated in late seasons.
“The people’s amusements on the pitch are more awesome than any time in recent memory. With energizing competitors, stunning aptitudes and interesting identities, we immovably trust rugby sevens is as engaging as any game out there. With the game’s second Olympics now seemingly within easy reach in 2020, there are huge chances to connect much more new players, fans and nations.”
The 2019 arrangement likewise respects Japan’s men and China’s ladies as center groups after they won the Hong Kong qualifier in April.
|ROUNDS||MEN’S DATES||WOMEN’S DATES|
|Colorado, USA||20-21 October, 2018|
|Dubai, UAE||30 November-1 December, 2018||29-30 November, 2018|
|Cape Town, South Africa||8-9 December, 2018|
|Hamilton, New Zealand||26-27 January, 2019|
|Sydney, Australia||2-3 February, 2019||1-3 February, 2019|
|Las Vegas, USA||1-3 March, 2019|
|Vancouver, Canada||9-10 March, 2019|
|Hong Kong, Hong Kong||5-7 April, 2019|
|Singapore, Singapore||13-14 April, 2019|
|Japan||20-21 April, 2019|
|Langford, Canada||11-12 May, 2019|
|London, England||25-26 May, 2019|
|Paris, France||1-2 June, 2019||31 May-3 June, 2019|