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Introducing RugbyX - Rubgy’s simpler, faster new cousin
RugbyX has arrived! This brand new, World Rugby approved sport is a much more accessible, fluid and action-packed form of Rugby. To put things simply, there’s no line outs, no conversions and no penalties, which can only mean one thing… More tries and more tackles! Enjoy this exhilarating new sport live by using StubHub to buy or sell RugbyX tickets today!
All you need to know about RugbyX
Launching at London’s o2 Arenain 2019, RugbyX brings out the absolute best of the traditional game. Featuring five players on each team battling it out on a smaller pitch, there’s nothing but uninterrupted action. Ten-minute matches leave no time for half-time, so it’s go-go-go from the second the referee blows the whistle. Forget about lengthy, complicated scrums where no one knows what’s going on, with RugbyX, it’s an easy three-man scrum that’s totally uncontested. That’s all you need to know! Sit back and enjoy the action from purposely built close range seats and dance along to live DJs in between games. The iconic o2 arena houses plenty of food and drink, so take the whole day and bring the entire family along! Pick up RugbyX tickets right here on StubHub, they’re up and ready to buy or sell now!
The teams that fancy their chances
The 2019 RugbyX competitors included both men’s and women’s Sevens squads from England, Ireland, France and Argentina, as well as the Barbarians and USA Sevens Rugby. The Barbarians are a rugby football club comprised solely of players that have been invited to join the team. As of 2011, the club has seen athletes from 31 different countries make up its squad. The teams are split into two groups of three and compete against each other once over an afternoon session. The best two teams go through to the semi-finals, which happen in a later evening session. It all comes down to one final match-up for the prized championship title. Technical Director Ben Ryan has played a significant role in the development of RugbyX and sees the game helping change the way sports fans enjoy Rugby in the future. Ryan is known for his role as the coach of the gold medal-winning rugby sevens team from Fiji, although that soon promises to change as RugbyX arrives to spice up the sporting world. Make sure you get there first and use StubHub to buy RugbyX tickets before they sell out, the hype is on its way!
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