The Sevens Series is back for 2019 and teams can enter local qualifiers now.
Open to all club and invitational sides, the Sevens Series is the ultimate competition for men’s and women’s amateur sevens teams in England.
The format for this year has been streamlined – first, teams compete in local qualifiers to earn ranking points with the most successful teams progressing to the National Finals.
The National Finals will then see the winning men’s and women’s sevens team crowned champions of England.
Local qualifiers take place in May and June and the better your team does in those events, the more ranking points you’ll earn. The top teams will then be invited to compete for the crown at the National Finals in June.
The National Finals
With a combination of electric rugby as teams battle it out and music and entertainment on the sidelines, you’re sure to have a fun-filled, unique experience on and off the pitch as a player or spectator at the National Finals.
England Rugby has opened a window of opportunity for an online coaching resource to enhance coaches’ knowledge and understanding, specifically applied to sevens.
This digital resource has been developed in conjunction with the England Sevens Head Coach Simon Amor.
The campaign window is now open, and we are excited to offer this opportunity to any coach keen to develop their knowledge.
If you are interested, you can find the link via the Online Course Booking page found here and book on as normal.