Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens

Robina, Gold Coast Area

13 – 15 April 2018 - 

Indicative Rate * AU$15 to AU$100

What sport combines bone-crunching hits, silky ball skills, elusive running and dynamic team work all in an action-packed 14 minutes? It’s Rugby Sevens, rugby played at lightning speed. When the whistle blows, two teams of seven players do battle over two halves of seven minutes. Renowned for generating a party-like atmosphere, Rugby Sevens will leave fans at the 27,500-capacity Robina Stadium breathless. The crowd will marvel as a try is scored every 70 seconds. The kicking, passing and tackling ability of these players will lift spectators off their seats. It’s an experience not to be missed. And history will be made too. Not only will the men play for glory, but GC2018 will host the first women’s competition at a Commonwealth Games. This will provide an explosive finish to the Games, featuring some of the best Rugby Sevens teams in the world.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
13 – 15 April 2018

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Adult $30 - $100
Child $15 - $30

Event Venues


Robina Stadium
Address:
Centreline Place
Robina
Queensland, Australia 4226

Centreline Place
Robina,
Queensland
Australia

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