Twickenham to host HSBC World Rugby Sevens finale

This season’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series will conclude at Twickenham on Saturday, 20 and Sunday, 21 May 2017. 

Following on from last year’s event, Twickenham will once again offer a ‘Feast of Rugby’ experience, combining world-class rugby with international gourmet street food.

Due to the high demand for tickets last year, and the success of the new-and-improved finale event, the number of tickets available for this year has been increased from 35,000 per day to 50,000, giving avid rugby enthusiasts and newcomer crowds the chance to enjoy the ‘Feast-ival’ experience. 

Day passes are available from £30 while weekend passes are available from £40 and Children under 16 can get tickets for £5. Click here to buy tickets. 

Fans will have the opportunity to celebrate the gastronomy of the competing nations, enjoy vintage-themed fairground rides and bask in the atmosphere of live music, all whilst watching world-class athletes in action.

The new-look weekend has been epitomised in detailed illustrations by UK artist, Steve Simpson. There will also be in-bowl pop-up dining and a kids club.

England currently sit second in the World Series standings after finishing third in Dubai in early December - the Series opener - before winning the Cape Town leg a week later, beating hosts South Africa in the final.

Next up for Simon Amor's men is the Wellington leg on January 28-29, a tournament England have won on two occasions, in 2009 & 2013.