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Super Sevens Rugby announced its initial Summer Series player draft for the league's opening. The debut of this unique format of sevens (one match, four, 12-minute quarters, and teams comprised of men and women) will occur some time in the summer of 2019.

Basically, the plan for Super 7s inaugural season is to seed teams in six cities for a six-week season, followed by a playoff. The new league is confident it can find airings on a cable sports television network, providing innovative and exciting rugby content that will appeal to ruggers and a wider sports viewership.

The schedule for Season One will see the first match played on Sunday, July 27, and the last on Sunday, September 1.

Dan Yarusso, Vice President of Super Sevens Rugby stated, “Our goal is to showcase this revolutionary format of sevens to a nationwide audience, while, at the same time, establishing the foundation of professional S7 Rugby for years to come.”

The S7 Draft

To be eligible for this draft, players (14 per team) must be over 18-years old and, vitally, must fill out an application form at Remeber, the draft seeks women and men players.

The official website for information is

The draft will be streamed, Monday, June 10 to an international audience at the company’s Philadelphia headquarters,

The CEO of Super7s is David Niu who has many years’ experience forming and operating a rugby league.

Million Dollar Scrum Kick off

To kick off the Super 7s concept with a big splash, the company is offering its “Million Dollar Scrum,” a competition scheduled Saturday, June 22 in Las Vegas. One million dollars in total prize money will be distributed among the six winning teams.

To qualify for the "Scrum", all interested sides must complete an official registration form, and then rally friends for online votes. The 12-teams with the most votes will be invited to Las Vegas.  For more information and to register, access: