World Rugby 7s from Dubai Live Stream - 2022 HSBC Schedule, time, Preview

World Rugby 7s from Dubai Live Stream - 2022 HSBC Schedule, time, Preview

The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022 on Thursday. The event was cancelled for the first time in its history last year because of the pandemic. The World Rugby Sevens event features both men's and women's competitions, and continues on Friday at 11:50 p.m. ET.

Many new fans are expected to follow the 2022 Series after World Rugby’s Olympics-related social media content achieved huge impact with more than 22 million video views achieving 102 million impressions and 3.4 million public engagements from 2,400 posts across five World Rugby platforms.

HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022 Live Stream

The start of the 2022 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series schedule, this weekend’s tournament in Dubai will air across a number of platforms globally, and many of them for free. In the United States, however, the broadcast of the matches will bounce around platforms and properties owned by NBC, with each behind their own paywall. Depending on where you’re at, accessing the tournament may be difficult. In this case, we recommend you check out PremiumTV.

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HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Preview

The first time in the 1999–2000 season as the IRB World Sevens Series, the competition was formed to promote an elite-level of international rugby sevens and develop the game into a viable commercial product. The competition has been sponsored by banking group HSBC since 2014.

Through the 2011–12 series, the number of core teams was 12,[35] but the number of core teams was expanded to 15 for 2012–13. The three extra teams were determined by a 12-team qualifying tournament held as part of the 2012 Hong Kong Sevens. The increase in the number of core teams did not directly lead to an increase in the size of the existing tournaments.

HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series Past winners

DATE

WORLD RUGBY SEVENS SERIES

WORLD RUGBY WOMEN’S SEVENS SERIES

2019

South Africa

New Zealand

2018

New Zealand

New Zealand

2017

South Africa

Australia

2016

South Africa

New Zealand

2015

Fiji

Australia

2014

South Africa

New Zealand

2013

Fiji

Australia

2012

Samoa

New Zealand

2011

England

 

2010

England

 

2009

New Zealand

 

2008

South Africa

 

2007

New Zealand

 

2006

South Africa

 

2005

England

 

2004

England

 

2003

South Africa

 

2002

New Zealand

 

2001

no official winner

 

2000

New Zealand

 

1999

New Zealand

 

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