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HSBC Sydney 7s Tournament

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Every day until Sun 28 Jan 2018
From $20
Whether you’re a rugby tragic who loves being part of the action, or just in it for the beer and banter – make sure you grab yourself a seat at the HSBC Sydney Sevens Tournament from January 26-28.

Join thousands of people at Allianz Stadium for some fun in the sun while cheering on our Aussie teams as they battle it out with Seven stars from all over the world.

For the first time ever, the tournament will take place over the Australia Day long weekend with 79 fast-paced games kicking off across three massive days.

The fun doesn’t stop there – off the field fans will be treated to a festival-like atmosphere with music, pop-up food and drink bars – there’s even a kid’s zone for families.

The best part? You get to come dressed in something EXTRAORDINARY. So time to dig out your craziest costume and get creative.

Tickets start from $20 and are on sale now so grab your mates, your mum and your misses because there’s something for everyone.

What: HSBC Sydney Sevens
Where: Allianz Stadium in Sydney’s Moore Park
When: January 26-28
Tickets available: Via Ticketek
Allianz Stadium, Moore Park, Sydney
Loryn Ettridge on
  0420 982 239

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