The matches, kick off time, and how to watch the Irish Rugby Sevens team in their last chance to play at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Saturday 19 June and Sunday 20 June
The consecutive World Rugby Sevens will determine the last two women’s teams and one team to qualify for the rugby sevens competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Where are you watching
All events from Monaco will be available to watch Live broadcast on world.rugby As well as World Rugby Youtube and Facebook pages.
Combined Table of men’s and women’s matches It starts on Friday evening, June 18 (two men’s games only, unavailable to watch) before the remaining pool matches are played on Saturday 19 June (26 games) and Sunday June 20 (10 matches), with the crucial knockout matches to be played on Sunday.
Match sessions are available to watch live here
Day 2: Saturday, June 19 – matches are played 09:00 – 20:15 local time
The first session mainly deals with men’s competitions and kicks off with the three heavyweight teams, with Samoa facing Mexico, Ireland facing Zimbabwe, and then favorites France against Jamaica. Hong Kong’s clash with Uganda concludes with the men’s opening matches, and after three women’s matches, the opening session concludes with more major men’s excitement, including Samoa v Tonga against the entire Pacific Islander match.
The second session includes 10 women’s matches and five men’s matches, including the entry of candidates in the women’s competition in France. At first, they faced Madagascar and then Colombia. Among the men’s matches, Ireland’s game against Tonga stands out.
Day 3: Sunday, June 20 – matches played 10:41 – 19:32 local time
In the opening session on Sunday, the teams will play the crucial final pool matches, which are sure to determine the semi-finals formations. In the first six matches the women’s groups will be decided, and France’s match against Hong Kong will likely be key. The session concluded with the last four men’s pool games, with Tonga facing Zimbabwe, Samoa playing Ireland in a potentially huge match, and Chile facing Uganda and France with Hong Kong. In the afternoon session, the crucial roles will determine which two women’s teams and one men’s team qualify for the Olympics.
June 18, 2021
June 19, 2021
June 20, 2021
LiveScores is now available on IrishScores.com
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