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HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens set for thrilling finals day

Manu Samoa’s Steve Onosai
Source: Rugby Sevens press release

SINGAPORE — The finals day commences at 11:00 local time (GMT+8) on Sunday with Wales v England. The cup quarter-finals begin at 12:28, with Australia v Argentina followed by Fiji v South Africa, New Zealand v Samoa, and USA v Ireland. The cup semi-finals take place at 16:13 and the gold medal match kicks off at 19:27 (all times local).


Rugby sevens fans around the world can watch the action via live stream on World Rugby digital platforms including, YouTube and Facebook in countries where there is no national broadcaster covering the event.


In the first major sporting event since the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Singapore, a maximum of 12,000 fans have been allowed inside the National Stadium on each day of competition to enjoy the first international rugby sevens in Singapore since 2019.

In addition to the thrilling rugby sevens displays on the pitch, there will also be family-friendly activities and programmes such as an inflatable playground and movie screenings on offer at the 100PLUS Promenade. Tickets are available at

All spectators to HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens must be fully vaccinated1 and submit a self- administered ART test result before entry into National Stadium. Individuals who are either (1) recovered from a COVID-19 infection within the past 180 days regardless of vaccination status, (2) medically ineligible for COVID-19 vaccination, (3) unvaccinated children aged 12 and below, can attend the event, and will also have to submit a negative self-administered ART test result before entry into National Stadium. The self-administered ART test result must be submitted online and proof of submission via email receipt will be required for verification purposes at the venue entry point on Sunday.

Within the spectator stands, spectators will be required to be in groups of five people with safe distancing measures in the stands.