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Our aim is to remain among the top world club sevens teams and we have the following simple mission statement: “To keep the British Army in the public eye through world class performances on the rugby field”

In addition to this mission we want the Sevens team to become a team that can develop and nurture talent and so to feed players to the Senior XV and Academy.


Last Updated: 8 May 2017

Ser Event Venue Date Result
1 Rosslyn Park 7s SW London 4 May 17 Bowl Winners
2 Bury St Edmunds (GB Series) Bury RFC 7 May 17 Winners
3 Bournemouth 7s Bournemouth 27 – 28 May 17
4 Maidenhead (GB Series) Maidenhead 10 Jun 17
5 Worcester (GB Series) Worcester 1 Jul 17
6 Bath (GB Series) Bath 29 Jul 17
7 Rugby Town 7s Colorado, Us 21 – 29 Aug 17


Army Unit 7s Finals Sizzle In Aldershot

The hottest day of the year so far served up some of the hottest sevens rugby seen at Aldershot for several years. 10 mens teams came for the Inter Unit finals with sadly a number of high profile teams withdrawing at very late notice, that didn’t stop those competing though from producing some breath-taking sevens. The Yorkshire Regiment sent both ... Read More »

Army 7s burn it up at Bury Supper Sevens Series

The Army 7s team took all the positives from a ‘Bowl win’ at the Rosslyn Park Floodlight Sevens on Thursday to put in arguably their most impressive performance over the last three seasons in winning the first leg of the IPRO Great Britain Super Sevens at an extremely well run event at Bury St Edmonds Rugby Club. The Elite pools ... Read More »

Army 7s, the 2016 season so far – Pt 2

The Army 7’s first tournament in England in 2016 was the highly acclaimed Rosslyn Floodlit 7s, a tournament showcasing the best of the premiership clubs. There was representation from Harlequins, London Irish, Wasps and Worcester to name a few, supported by some good 7s specialist teams, such as Esher, Wailers and Jesters. The Army’s first game was against a strong ... Read More »

Army 7s, the 2016 season so far – Part 1

The Army 7s campaign started in April this year with a 2 week training camp, out of Redford Bks, Edinburgh. We enjoyed all the elements that make up spring in Scotland, from glorious sunshine to driving snow and everything in between! Stage one was getting the guys back upto 7s fitness levels – some punishing indoor sessions were followed by ... Read More »

Big Wow – Army Defeat England 7’s at Sarries

THE ARMY 7s team overcame England 24pts – 15 at the ‘SEVENS IN THE CITY’ competition held at the Saracen’s Allianz Park on 5 July. This was a remarkable rugby performance against a professional side playing in the national shirt under the direction of England 7s Head Coach Simon Amor. Although the Army had beaten SIRS by 30pts-nil they were ... Read More »

Army march to victory at the London Summer Social 7s

After a disappointing exit in the quarter finals at the Bournemouth 7s last week the Army team bounced back with a tremendous set of victories in the ‘elite section’ of a very competitive London Summer Social 7s competition at Richmond on Saturday. Placed in what was arguably the strongest pool, they defeated a tough Welsh Wizards team 17 -14 in ... Read More »

Roko Gets England Call

Head Coach Stuart Lancaster has included Lance Corporal Samesa Rokoduguni Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in the England squad for the forthcoming Autumn international series. Not bad for a lad, who according to ‘Roko’ himself, was only required for the bench for his school 1st XV back in Fiji. He came to notice in the Army 7s team during the Middlesex ... Read More »

Harpenden Pub Sevens

Embracing the core values of the game

The final bank holiday of the summer saw the Army Reds 7 team travel up to Harpenden to defend their title, with the warm weather holding out and the teams that have entered, this was going to be a great days rugby. Teams from the top of the 7s circuit along with Premiership and International teams, the Reds knew that ... Read More »

World Club 7s

The true reason why we play the sport, thank you for coming to support the team.

This year the Reds were invited to participate in an opening game within the World Club 7s which the team took up the challenge. The opponents were going to be “Rugby for Heroes” a charity that supported service personal from the rugby community. The R4H team made up from serving and retired players of the services plus a handful of ... Read More »

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