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Aussie 7s Women take Bronze Medal and Fiji win their first Sevens Rugby title on a weekend of extreme weather

The inspirational Australian Women fought back from the heartbreak of finals elimination to take the Bronze Medal at the Sydney 7s Bankwest Stadium Sunday night.

The Australians beat France 12-10 in the Bronze Medal match as New Zealand took the #Sydney7s women’s title after the tournament finals were delayed for 30 minutes after a violent storm lashed Western Sydney after two days of soaring temperatures.

After going through their pool matches undefeated, Australia’s reigning Olympic champions showed they will again be a highly competitive team at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics from 24 July to 9 August.

In the men’s final, Fiji won the Gold Medal by beating South Africa in the Final 12-10, cheered on by thousands of boisterous Fijian fans in the stands.

Australia finished 6th in the men’s competition.

In total, there were 60 games played between the 18 competing nations over two days as rugby fans dug deep and braved the hottest weekend ever experienced on the World 7s rugby series.

A crowd of 34,212 lapped up the colour and energy of the event with the Sydney 7s Festival in the stadium precinct a major hit.

Everything you need to know for the Sydney 7s at Bankwest Stadium this weekend

It’s almost time for the biggest party in Sydney this weekend with the Aussie 7s set to crash into Bankwest Stadium on Saturday and Sunday.

Men and women representing 18 nations will compete across two days at the Stadium in an attempt to be crowned 2020 Sydney 7s champions.

To help you enjoy a massive weekend of sport we’ve put together all the info you need below.

Key Timings

See the full draw here


  • 9:00am – Gates Open
  • 9:30am – Games commence
  • 12-noon – Festival area opens


  • 8:15am – Gates Open
  • 8:45am – Games commence
  • 12-noon – Festival area opens
  • 2:08pm – Finals commence

Getting to the Stadium

All tickets to the Sydney 7s include travel to and from Parramatta on Sydney Trains and Sydney Metro services. Parramatta Transport Interchange is a short walk from Bankwest Stadium.

For more the most up-to-date information and to plan your trip visit the Transport info website here.

Parking is available around Parramatta City. Click here for parking station info and map. Please note: there is no public parking available at Bankwest Stadium. 


There are still some great seats available at both days, be part of the action here.

Festival and Party Area

The Sydney 7s Festival Area is located in Bankwest Stadium’s northern carpark and will feature a stage with a host of musical acts, food and beverage outlets plus a bunch of family and party activations.

Aussie DJ L D R U will headline the musical performances with George “Fiji” Veikoso, Tigerlily and Yolanda Be Cool also performing on the festival stage.

See the full list of performances and timings here


It’s going to be a hot one in Sydney this weekend and fans coming to the Sydney 7s on  are reminded to stay hydrated and slip, slop, slap!

All bar outlets at Bankwest Stadium provide free drinking water for fans at the event.


Fans are encouraged to arrive early on the day and leave additional time for the Security screening process at Bankwest Stadium.

Only small bags will be permitted entry to the venue and should be no larger than 30x40cm.

The Stadium

For more information on the Stadium, including Conditions of Entry, transport, FAQs, maps and more head to the event page here.

Bankwest Stadium App

Download the Bankwest Stadium App and join SCORE to get access to exclusive food and beverage discounts, promotions, prizes and ticket offers while you’re at the Stadium.

Head here for more info on the App and SCORE.

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