Rugby 7s meets a party atmosphere as the London Floodlit Sevens returns to the home of Rosslyn Park FC. Ticket information below.
CONGRATULATIONS to Ealing Trailfinders the 2022 London Floodlit Sevens champions at the end of a great night of 7s action at The Rock! Stay tuned here for news of the 2023 tournament as soon as published.
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Entertaining fans since 1975 the London Floodlit Sevens is the place to be to celebrate the end of a long 15s season. An evening of top-class 7s rugby (draw to be confirmed shortly) typically includes sides from the Premiership, Championship, national leagues and top-level universities all competing against each other.
In past years it’s not just been the team names, but the players themselves, who have attracted the crowds with the Premiership teams bringing along the likes of England’s Danny Care, Ugo Monye, Chris Robshaw and James Haskell.
On a date circled by many rugby sevens fans each year, tonight is a chance to see some of the big clubs strutting their stuff on the 7s field. Previous tournaments have included the likes of Harlequins, Saracens, Leicester, Bath and Wasps from the Aviva Premiership. And while the action heats up on the pitch off the pitch the bars and food outlets will be open at Rosslyn Park’s home ground known as The Rock.
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Matches start from 5pm. The eight sides are split into 2 groups with each of the group winners and runners-up progressing to the semi-finals. Third place in each group will play for the Bowl. With the final played under lights shortly after 10pm it’s an evening of serious rugby 7s played in great spirits.
🎟️ Tickets are currently off-sale.
🔑 Gates open at 4pm.
🏉 First match at 5pm.
🏉 Final at approximately 10pm.
🚊🚗 Travel tips: The nearest railway station is Barnes which is about a 10 minute walk from the venue. Buses also stop nearby and there is parking available. See this ‘Getting Here‘ guide on the Rosslyn Park FC website for more information.
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