The HSBC Sydney 7s will head to the jewel in the crown of Sydney Stadia, Bankwest Stadium for the 2020 tournament to be played from February 1-2.
Having had three successful years at Allianz Stadium in Sydney and a fourth at Spotless Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park, the fifth edition of the hugely popular tournament will light up Sydney’s west over two action-packed days.
The unique colour and atmosphere of the HSBC World Series Sevens will bring together fans from across the globe to create the ultimate sports and entertainment experience at the new world class Parramatta venue.
Bankwest Stadium precinct will be transformed into a Rugby festival with live bands, rides, interactive entertainment, the kids’ zone, and plenty of places to eat and drink, coupled with the best Rugby Sevens athletes from across the world doing battle less than six months out from the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Fan-favourites that have become synonymous with the HSBC Sydney 7s will return with Dance Cam, Kiss Cam, The Gun show, and Karaoke all to feature again in the 2020 edition. There will also be some new additions and surprises to be announced over the coming months.
Rugby Australia Chief Executive, Raelene Castle said: “We are looking forward to taking the HSBC Sydney 7s to Bankwest Stadium, continuing our drive to showcase the event in Sydney’s west.
“The fan experience at Bankwest Stadium is nothing short of world class and it will lift the event to another level in 2020.
“It is a huge year for Rugby Sevens next year with the Tokyo Olympic Games and those who come along to Bankwest Stadium in February will find out why it is one of the fastest growing sports on the planet.
“The HSBC Sydney 7s is a wonderful celebration of different nationalities and cultures, with supporters flocking from the Pacific Islands, Europe, Africa and America. Sydney has earned the reputation as one of the most popular stops on the World Series circuit for players and fans alike.”
NSW Minister for Tourism and Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres said: “Bankwest Stadium will be the perfect fit for the HSBC Sydney 7s tournament.
“The Sydney 7s is an exciting event in our State’s calendar – it’s as much about the enthusiastic fans in the stands as it is about the players on the field,” Mr Ayres said.
“About half of Sydney’s population lives in Western Sydney and it’s among the fastest growing regions in NSW, so it makes perfect sense to hold this fantastic multicultural sporting event at the new state-of-the-art Bankwest Stadium, where there isn’t a bad seat in the house!
“Not only will it help grow the game of rugby union, but it will also encourage more people to spend a weekend in Western Sydney and make the most of what this beautiful region has to offer.”
Fans are encouraged to take advantage of the early bird ticket offer and register at sydney7s.com.au for the early bird prices.
The HSBC Sydney 7s is supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW.
See more event details for the HSBC Sydney 7’s below:
https://bankweststadium.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/DSC_3383.jpg31744727Rugby Australia//bankweststadium.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/bw_web3.pngRugby Australia2019-06-03 12:21:522019-07-08 12:16:58Rugby Australia Media Release: 2020 HSBC Sydney 7s locked in at Bankwest Stadium this February