The HSBC France Toulouse 7s Rugby Cup Final, Bronze Final Cup Quarter Finals on 22 May 2022 is set to thrill fans with the highly anticipated return to HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series
The World Rugby Sevens men’s tournament begins on Saturday at 9:50 p.m. ET.
As we’ve come to expect from the World Series over the years, there were several edge-of-your-seat games featuring outstanding moments of skill in france, and the good news is that it’s happening all over again in the same place this weekend – but this time in front of fans.
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2022 France Toulouse 7s Rugby Day 2/Cup Final Fixtures
Live coverage Toulouse 7s Cup Semi Finals begins on Sunday
- Ireland 7s vs France 7s
- Fiji 7s vs Samoa 7s
Next up, the men’s series continues at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver (16-17 April 2022). Then it’s off to Langford for the Women’s Series (30 April – 1 May). Toulouse (20-22 May) is a double-header with the men and women due to play concurrently. Then it’s onto London (28-29 May) before the final leg in Los Angeles (27-28 August).
World Rugby 7s 2022 calendar
Men’s Vancouver – 16-17 April 2022
Women’s Langford – 30 April – 1 May 2022
Men’s Toulouse – 20-22 May 2022
Women’s Toulouse – 20-22 May 2022
Men’s London – 28-29 May 2022
Men’s Los Angeles – 27-28 Aug 2022
World Rugby 7s France Sevens free live stream
In the US, the World Rugby 7s France 2022 airs live on NBC Sports. No cable? Cordcutters can stream the action live on Peacock TV – and new users get a 7-day free trial.
You can also watch a World Rugby 7s live stream online within the official match centre and official app.
Argentina are again proving the best of the Americas teams on the World Sevens Series as they topped Pool D to qualify for the Quarter Finals in Vancouver. Canada and the USA each finished third in their respective pools with one win from three matches.
Los Pumas were unbeaten on Day One with the only blip on their record a 12-all draw with France in the tournament opener. A Marcos Moneta double saw them skip past Scotland with little trouble, and it was two tries from Germán Schulz that contributed to the win over Ireland to wrap up their day.
The Eagles were frustrated in their first match as Anthony Omondi’s conversion of a last-gasp Bush Mwale try was good enough to give Kenya a 19-17 win. Four players scored for the USA in the one-point win over England though conversions were again difficult to come by. Singapore champions Fiji proved a class apart as they swept Pool A in dominant fashion.
Hosts France dropped their first two matches against Australia and South Africa. A second-half surge saw them nudge ahead of the Blitzboks but Selvyn Davids salvaged the game with a late try. Brock Webster notched the match-winner as the Canucks took a close result over Spain to the delight of the home crowd.