Full schedule and how to watch live action

The 2022/23 World Rugby Sevens Series will travel to snowy Vancouver from March 3rd to 5th for the latest round of rugby sevens action for both women and men.

Fresh from their second straight win in Los Angeles, Men’s Series leaders New Zealand are the first favorites for a hat-trick in Canada.

Akuila Rokolisoa is the best try and point collector overall, so expect another creative masterclass from the All Blacks Sevens playmaker.

Last week’s defeated finalists Argentina need to land a second win of the season to close the 21-point gap between them and the All Blacks Sevens in the leaderboard.

With World Player of the Year 2021 and try scoring machine Marcos Moneta Los Pumas certainly have enough firepower in their ranks to get the job done.

Keep an eye out for reigning Olympic champions, too Fijiwho have finished third in each of the last two events and seem to be finding their best form again.

For women, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic champions New Zealand are aiming for their fourth win in a row.

The Black Ferns look unstoppable this year with a lightning-quick winger Michaela Blyde having already scored 31 attempts.

The only athlete who scored more points is Madison Levi with 32 and Australia will need their talisman to put in another shift if they want to close the 12-point gap on the Kiwis, who lead the table.

Third party elsewhere USA have finished in the top three in all four events so far and are hoping to land their first win of the season so close to home.

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Keep in mind that there’s more work to do this season with the teams ranked 1-4 at the end of the 2022-23 World Series automatically qualified for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Below we take a look at the Vancouver schedule and how to catch the action live.

Schedule for the 2022/2023 World Rugby Sevens Series event in Vancouver

All times are local (UTC-8)


Friday March 3rd

11:30 – 21:20 – Group games

Saturday March 4th

12:20 – 21:20 – Group KO / Quarterfinals

Sunday March 5th

09:00 – 18:40 – placement matches / quarterfinals / semifinals / finals

A more detailed schedule can be found here.


Friday March 3rd

09:15 – 17:40 – Group games

Saturday March 4th

10:00 – 17:40 – Group KO / Quarterfinals

Sunday March 5th

10:28 – 18:20 – placement matches / quarterfinals / semifinals / finals

A more detailed schedule can be found here.

How to watch Rugby Sevens Series action from Vancouver

World Rugby Sevens Series live stream online here and via the official app.

For details on how to watch what’s happening on TV in your area, click here.

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