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Tickets and for full details for the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series

Premiership Rugby can today confirm that tickets for this summer’s Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series have now gone on sale.

The series will kick off in Wales with the opening matches at the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park, the four Welsh Pro teams going head-to-head in an exciting afternoon of summer derby rugby. Tickets for all venues can be bought by clicking here 

The Series will continue at Gloucester Rugby on Thursday 20 August with the Series Final eight days later at the Twickenham Stoop and 

The only 7s competition in which all 12 Aviva Premiership Rugby clubs take part will also be staged at the Ricoh Arena and Kingston Park as the Series moves around the country.

 

  • Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series starts on Saturday 15 August at BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park
  • Final to be staged at the Twickenham Stoop on Friday 28 August
  • The Welsh Regions to enter the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series for the second year with an announcement on a Welsh date and venue to follow.

“The 7s Series kicked off in 2010 and since then it has become a significant date in the rugby calendar,” said the Rugby Director at Premiership Rugby, Phil Winstanley.
 
“We started last season's event with more than 13,000 people at Kingsholm and we expect the demand to be high again this year.
 
“Twelve months before rugby returns to the Olympics – in Rio – it is crucial that Premiership Rugby continues to lead the way when it comes to club 7s. This will be an important competition and will start a run-in to the Olympic Games when rugby will be firmly in the world spotlight.”
 
Last season the Welsh Regions made their debut in the competition which was won by Gloucester Rugby, coached by Olly Morgan.
 
Group A
Saturday 15 August – BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park
Cardiff Blues, Newport Gwent Dragons, Ospreys, Scarlets
3.15pm – Ospreys v Cardiff Blues
3.40pm – Newport Gwent Dragons v Scarlets
4.10pm – Newport Gwent Dragons v Ospreys
4.35pm – Cardiff Blues v Scarlets
5.05pm – Ospreys v Scarlets
5.30pm – Newport Gwent Dragons v Cardiff Blues

Group B
Thursday 20 August – Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester
Bath Rugby, Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester Rugby, London Irish
7.15pm – Exeter Chiefs v Gloucester Rugby
7.40pm – Bath Rugby v London Irish
8.10pm – Bath Rugby v Exeter Chiefs
8.35pm – Gloucester Rugby v London Irish
9.05pm – Exeter Chiefs v London Irish
9.30pm – Bath Rugby v Gloucester Rugby

Group C
Friday 21 August – Ricoh Stadium, Coventry
Harlequins, Northampton Saints, Saracens, Wasps
7.15pm – Harlequins v Wasps
7.40pm – Saracens v Northampton Saints
8.10pm – Saracens v Harlequins
8.35pm – Wasps v Northampton Saints
9.05pm – Harlequins v Northampton Saints
9.30pm – Wasps v Saracens

Group D
Saturday, 22 August – Kingston Park, Newcastle – Kick off 4pm
Leicester Tigers, Newcastle Falcons, Sale Sharks, Worcester Warriors
4pm – Leicester Tigers v Newcastle Falcons
4.25pm – Worcester Warriors v Sale Sharks
4.55pm – Worcester Warriors v Leicester Tigers
5.20pm – Newcastle Falcons v Sale Sharks
5.50pm – Leicester Tigers v Sale Sharks
6.15pm – Worcester Warriors v Newcastle Falcons

Series Final
Friday 28 August, Twickenham Stoop
Top two from each Group qualifies
Game 1 – 6pm
Game 2 – 6.25pm
Game 3 – 6.50pm
Game 4 – 7.15pm
Game 5 (Loser G1 v Loser G2) – 7.40pm
Game 6 (Winner G1 v Winner G2) – 8.05pm
Game 7 (Loser G3 v Loser G4) – 8.30pm
Game 8 (Winner G3 v Winner G4) – 8.55pm
Bowl Final – 9.20pm
Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Final – 9.45pm

 

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