Wilmington will host the Cape Fear Rugby 7s competition again in 2024. The Cape Fear Rugby club was established in 1974 in Wilmington, North Carolina, by six like-minded people who wished to advance the sport in the region.
The annual Cape Fear Rugby 7s tournament will take place this weekend, June 23–25, from Friday through Sunday.
The Armed Forces Women’s 7’s Championship will begin at 5 p.m. on Friday at Flytrap Downs in Wilmington, which is located at 209 Lake Dr.
The Elite Men’s, Men’s Social, and Women’s Social divisions will then take place in Ogden Park on Saturday and Sunday.
The announcement reads, “Over 50 teams from throughout the nation and from around the world are coming to Wilmington for the hard hits, great athleticism, and wild times presented by our Port City.
- Men’s Cape Fear 7s Tournament
- Women’s Cape Fear 7sTournament
Live streaming of the Cape Fear Rugby 7s in the USA, Australia, and New Zealand
Viewers in the USA and Australia will have the choice of watching the Cape Fear Rugby 7s match on 9Now or via Stan Sport.
9Now is accessible to all Australians without charge, however Stan Sport normally requires a subscription. Nevertheless, Stan is currently offering a unique seven-day free trial for
In advance of the Cape Fear Rugby 7s, Stan Sport is offering a special seven-day free trial to rugby enthusiasts, even though it generally requires a subscription. Free for all Australians is 9Now.
Sky Sport NOW, which also requires viewers to have a paid Sky Sport subscription, is where New Zealanders can watch the Cape Fear Rugby 7s match.