Your HSBC Singapore Sevens 2021 experience starts here. Don’t miss a moment of the incredibly fun, fast-paced Rugby Sevens in the wonderful city of Singapore.
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Joins us for a weekend of fun, fast-paced and highly entertaining Rugby Sevens, in the incredible and unique city of Singapore.
Rugby sevens is a seven-a-side tournament with 15-minute halves and a round-robin format held over multiple days. Singapore Sevens is played the weekend after the Hong Kong Sevens which makes it the second leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series. Combining the two events together would be the ultimate Sevens experience – especially after a year-long Rugby Sevens hiatus!Read moreRead less
This unique style of rugby is fast and exciting, with quick turnovers, high scores and huge hits demanding the most of players. The fans make the atmosphere electric; they’re energetic, always keen to don lairy dress-ups and heighten the rugby competition with sing-a-longs and chanting.
Make 2021 the year you experience the incredible Rugby Sevens LIVE in Singapore. It truly is a remarkably fun weekend and one that will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Our HSBC Singapore Sevens 2021 Packages are not yet available, but we’re working on it. Packages will include official Singapore Sevens tickets, accommodation, unique experiences, transport, sightseeing and more.
Facts, FAQs and travel information.
What’s on offer from Events Travel?
Singapore is a unique and exciting city, rich in history, culture, food, shopping, and nightlife. Singapore is only 5-7 hours from Australia, so it’s a sensible destination for a quick holiday. Enjoy the warmth and sunshine while exploring the superb attractions including Gardens by the Bay – Singapore’s 21st century botanical garden of fantasy! Hawker food is a must when visiting Singapore; fragrant smells, lively sounds and delicious food create a wonderful atmosphere for a fun night out. The town is also renowned for the Singapore Sling, a cocktail originating from Raffles Hotel and made famous in Hollywood films; it’s the perfect accompaniment to this humid climate
As Singapore is situated near the equator, it’s typically a tropical climate with high rainfall and warm, humid weather. In April, you can expect highs of 32C and lows of 26C with a moderate chance of rain. The Singapore Sevens is generally sunny and warm, perfect for spectating rugby and enjoying a weekend of non-stop entertainment!
Gardens by the Bay
Singapore’s 21st-century botanical garden is a fantasy land of biodomes, Supertrees and whimsical sculptures. Enjoy light shows, world-class restaurants and mesmerising themed gardens that capture the imagination and offer a glimpse into the future
Singapore’s hawker food is the stuff of legends and widely popularised by celebrity chefs including Anthony Bourdain. Enjoy the fragrant smells, lively sounds and down-right delicious stalls, some of which boast two Michelin stars
National Gallery of Singapore
Singapore’s historic City Hall and Old Supreme Court buildings have a new function, housing a world-class collection of 19th-century and modern Southeast Asian art; enabling a greater understanding of how Singapore’s unique culture has formed from pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial eras
Singapore National Stadium
Completed in 2013, this modern, dome-shaped stadium is the centerpiece of Singapore Sports Hub hosting football matches, rugby matches and so much more. It features the world's largest retractable roof and has a capacity to hold 55,000 rugby fans