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England 7s Fixtures for Rugby World Cup Sevens


By England Sevens
July 19 2018

Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 in San Francisco will see new standards in sevens fan-engagement thanks to an exciting programme of innovations announced by World Rugby. Reflecting a sport that has attracted a fan-base of 33 million in the USA, the Rugby World Cup Sevens fan-engagement strategy aims to bring fans closer to the action in stadia, at home and on the move, serving both avid fans and rugby first-timers. With rugby sevens a proven driver of fan growth, and the recently-concluded men’s and women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series attracting over 100 million video views, San Francisco 2018 will be the most content-focused, digital-first global rugby event of the year, and will feature:

Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018

AT&T Park, San Francisco

RWC 7s 2018 -3

Friday 20th July

21:01      KENYA - TONGA    

21:23      CANADA -PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

21:45      FRANCE -JAMAICA  

22:07       WALES - ZIMBABWE

22:29      SAMOA - UGANDA

22:51      RUSSIA - HONG KONG

23:13      JAPAN - URUGUAY

23:35      IRELAND - CHILE

 

Saturday 21st July

03:03     SCOTLAND - WINNER M1

03:25     ARGENTINA - WINNER M2

03:47     AUSTRALIA - WINNER M3

04:09     ENGLAND - WINNER M5

04:31     NEW ZEALAND - WINNER M6

04:53     FIJI - WINNER M7

05:15     SOUTH AFRICA - WINNER M8

05:37     USA - WINNER M4

 

 

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England 7s Fixtures for Rugby World Cup Sevens
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19/07/2018 08:20
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