The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2023 kicks off this Friday, December 2 on the grass at Dubai’s Sevens Stadium, featuring the world’s top 12 women’s teams and top 16 men’s teams. On which channel and at what time should the meetings be followed this Friday?
On which TV channel to watch Dubai Sevens Series 2022?
📺 The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai will take place this Friday, December 02. Live from 5:50 AM to 6:00 PM Canal Plus Sport.
How to see Dubai Sevens Series 2022 and streaming ?
💻 Along with the streaming offering offered Canal Plus And his website myCANAL, you can follow this tournament live or on replay on TV, computer, tablet and smartphone. If you are not a subscriber, click below to find more information:
Presentation of Dubai Sevens Series 2022
🏉 First leg of Dubai HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series for women and second leg for men. Female chickens Dubai will see World, Commonwealth and Series champions Australia play in Pool A alongside the USA, Canada and China. In Pool B, defending Olympic champions New Zealand will face France, Great Britain and Brazil. In Pool C, Fiji will face Olympic bronze medalists Ireland, Spain and newly promoted Japan.
📺 Blue program this Friday
● 06:44: France / Brazil
● 11:11 am: France / Great Britain
● 2:44 p.m.: France v New Zealand
🏉 In the men’s tournament, Pool A brings together Australia, currently ranked number one and 2022 series champions South Africa, defending champions of the Dubai tournament, Great Britain and Kenya. Pool B features double Olympic gold medalists Fiji, Argentina, New Zealand and Uruguay. In Pool C, n°3 seeds France face Ireland, Spain and Uganda. Finally, Pool D consists of Samoa, USA, Canada and Japan.
📺 Blues program this Friday
● 07:28: France / Uganda
● 11:58 am: France / Spain
● 4:35 p.m.: France v Ireland
💪 𝐏𝐫𝐞̂𝐭𝐬! Jonathan Loughell and Carla Neeson took part in the traditional captains photo a few hours before the start of the tournament. #Dubai7sFirst step @WorldRugby7s For girls and secondly for boys. #France7
— France Rugby (@FranceRugby) December 1, 2022
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