http://www.capetown7s.com: the Mother City will once again host over 115,000 rugby fans from all over the world as the Cape Town leg of the International HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series comes to South Africa. The world’s fittest and fastest rugby players will entertain capacity crowds as they fight for glory, with dazzling speed and head-turning sidesteps.
#SARugby will count the number of Sevens tournaments in SA you've attended in order to determine your level of loyalty. Only then will you get tickets for this year's #CapeTown7s… or not.
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— IG: blitzbokke7s (@BlitzBokke) September 4, 2018
🏊Pitch side swimming pools
🎉Next level fancy dress
💪Fans wanting to tackle @seanny202
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) December 14, 2019
capetownetc.com: The World Rugby Council has announced that South Africa will host the Rugby World Cup Sevens in September 2022. This will be the first time in history that the much-loved tournament will be hosted by an African country.