- Tournament takes place 7-8 June
- Buy your tickets for Sandy Park here
The Mitsubishi Motors Exeter 7s returns to Sandy Park this weekend as some of Europe's biggest nations battle it out on the Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series.
Here is your guide to the two days of action in Exeter.
Where? Sandy Park, Exeter
When? Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 June
Watch? Sky Sports Action
England head into the tournament off the back of winning bronze at the Marcoussis leg of the Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series as they beat Russia 26-12 in the bronze final, and won four of their six games in France.
It was also a strong end to the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series for England as they reached the final on the last leg of the series in Paris, but were beaten by Series champions South Africa.
England’s day one schedule
England v Georgia (13:20 BST)
England v Poland (16:05 BST)
England v Russia (18:50 BST)
Off the field
There is a real ale and cider festival running alongside the rugby, as well as numerous food and drink stalls around Sandy Park for fans can enjoy. There will also be a Mitsubishi fan area with the chance to ride the bucking rugby ball.
Exeter Chiefs will also be engaging with local fans and you have the chance to try out their inflatable obstacle course, while the Royal Marines will have a number of activities to try out. Face painters and other stands will be around the ground.
For those who enjoy fancy dress, you can get involved in the cowboys and Indians theme of the weekend with prizes for the best dressed being handed out.
Dan Bibby, Phil Burgess, Alex Davis, Richard de Carpentier, Will Edwards (c), Fergus Guiry, Ruaridh McConnochie, Tom Mitchell, Will Muir, Dan Norton, James Rodwell, Ethan Waddleton.
Views from the camp
Head of England Sevens Simon Amor: “There is something very special about playing in a home tournament. The guys are fortunate to play in tournaments all around the world, but when it comes to the amount of support they get when playing in places like Exeter and London, it really does make all the difference.
“This is event is at a pivotal time in our season and the team will want to make England proud one last time before heading to San Francisco.”
England captain Tom Mitchell: “It’s a great day out for friends and family and it's always an amazing atmosphere down in Exeter. We only get two chances to play in England so it’s great to have everyone down to cheer us on.
“This is also our last chance to prepare for San Francisco and the Rugby World Cup Sevens this summer, so it should be a hugely competitive day and an exciting one.”