HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens 2022 Tickets to Go on Sale from 3 April

Singapore Sports Hub, the venue hosting the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens, is expected to welcome up to 12,000 spectators per day

The Singapore Sports Hub will once again play host to world class rugby. PHOTO: HSBC SINGAPORE RUGBY SEVENS


Singapore, 31 March 2022 – The wait is over for rugby fans as tickets to the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens are set to go on sale starting 10am on 3 April 2022.


The event, estimated to welcome up to 12,000 spectators each day, will take place from 9 – 10 April at the National Stadium at Singapore Sports Hub.


Tickets prices start from $25 for youth and $49 for adult and will be available at the official event website. Ticket holders will be able to enjoy world class rugby action accompanied by an extensive line-up of off-pitch entertainment at the two-day family-themed Sevens carnival.


This event also marks the first time a major sporting event in Singapore will be allowing food and beverage options, including alcohol, within the spectator stands since Covid-19.

A junior South Africa fan beaming with delight at the previous edition of the Singapore Sevens. PHOTO: HSBC SINGAPORE RUGBY SEVENS


Safe Management Measures (SMM) at the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens


To provide spectators with a safe and enjoyable experience, organisers of the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens will implement a series of SMMs that will be enforced throughout the event.


All spectators to HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens must be fully vaccinated and submit a self-administered ART test result before entry into National Stadium.

All spectators at this year's edition of the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens must be fully vaccinated and submit a self-administered ART test result before entry into National Stadium. PHOTO: HSBC SINGAPORE RUGBY SEVENS


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.


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

The Singapore Sports Hub is expected to welcome up to 12,000 fans on each of the two days of this year's Singapore Sevens. PHOTO: HSBC SINGAPORE RUGBY SEVENS


Match Details at the HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens


The two-day event will feature a star-studded lineup as teams from Argentina, Australia, Canada, England, Fiji, France, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Samoa, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, USA, and Wales battle it out at the National Stadium to gain ranking points for their climb up the table.


The Singapore leg is the fifth of nine tournaments in the men’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022 which started with two events in Dubai in November and December 2021.

A rugby fan reaches for an autographed ball at the last edition of the Singapore Sevens in 2019. PHOTO: HSBC SINGAPORE RUGBY SEVENS


South Africa will be leading the charge after winning all four legs of the Series so far. Their consistent performances in Dubai and Spain have put them in a strong position and they will be looking to defend their title in Singapore.


The HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens will also see the return of Fiji, the current Olympic champions, and New Zealand, the 2020 Series champion. Both countries are making their return to the Series after missing the previous rounds. For the full schedule of HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens, please refer to https://bit.ly/3LvOaJf.

The Singapore Sevens have traditionally been dubbed as "The Family Sevens", and this year's is no different. PHOTO: HSBC SINGAPORE RUGBY SEVENS


The Family Sevens


Beyond the action on the field of play, rugby fans can also participate in other activities at the 100PLUS Promenade.


Dubbed the Family Sevens, fringe activities will include an array of family friendly activities such as a bouncy castle and movie screenings.


Music fans will also be entertained by live performances from local band, Jive Talkin’ and Zouk DJ, Jeremy Boon, who are set to turn up the energy levels with their distinct and upbeat tunes.


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