Playing Sevens Rugby

Do you want to get involved?

If you want to get involved in Sevens or Tens, get in contact with your local club. Click here to find clubs in your region.

More and more clubs around Australia are offering opportunities to play Sevens and Tens in local tournaments. Visit our Domestic Tournaments page to find out when and where the next Tournament is being played.

The tournaments provide a great opportunity for an end-of-season/pre-season tour, match fitness, introduction to Rugby Union, introduction to Sevens and Tens Rugby, and more. There is also often great prize money up for grabs and a good social experience. 

Sevens events and competitions are taking place around the country. Some include:




South Australia

  • - South Australian Youth Girls Talent Identification Program -  If you or your school falls within the region please make contact with the Development Officer (below) in your Area. The Youth Girls Program will include weekly trainings and culminate in three inter-region competition days: 17th September – Burnside RUFC; 24th September – Elizabeth RUFC; 29th October – Venue TBC. Contact Henry Bradford –; Sam Livera – ; Jason Hyam –
  • - Sevens Clubs - Firebrand Rugby Union Club is gearing up for their second season! The club is solely dedicated to providing a participation opportunity for Girls Age 10 to Opens with regular training and games throughout the summer months. Email – or call 0438 704 415


  • - Springtime 7s – 4th, 11th and 18th November – Venues TBC ( U16 Boys and Girls ) – Interested players should contact their closest club

Western Australia

More about Sevens

The World Rugby Seven-a-side Law Variations can be found here.

Full details on the World Rugby Laws of the Game, including Game Management guidelines and Australian Domestic Variations can be found here

Official HSBC Sevens World Series

World Rugby Women's Sevens World Series