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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: 15 Feb 2018

Ser Event Venue Date Result
1 Rosslyn Park 7s Rosslyn Park FC 4 May 18
2 Bury St Edmunds (GB Series) Bury RFC 6 May 18
3 Bournemouth 7s Bournemouth 25 – 27 May 18
4 RAF Centenary 7s Oxford 1 Jun 18
5 London Irish (IPro Super series) Reading 2 Jun 18
6 Chester (IPro Super series) Chester RFC 16 Jun 18
7 Ealing (IPro Super series) Ealing Trailfinders 7 Jul 18
8 Rugby Town 7s Glendale CO, US 24 – 26 Aug 18


GB7s Allianz Park

Pte Bulumakau showing that you cant beat pure gas when you need it

This was the first time that the Reds have participated the competition which had the home international teams and some of the top elite UK teams, all the national teams have professional players which ensured that the standard of the should be excellent. That said, the Reds knew the challenges and were up for what the competition was going to ... Read More »

Amsterdam 7s

Denmark and the Army ready to play in the main arena for the pool match

Next up on the 7s calendar was a trip to Amsterdam to participate in the cities premier 7s competition played over the same weekend as the iRB Women’s 7s series. The Army made up with a number of new players selected from the Divisional and Army 7s competition started well with a great opener playing against Rosapietro & Bernabei from ... Read More »

Tykes Come From Behind to Claim Sevens Title

Sapper Team Effort

Gunners Women bang on—again, and Sappers take the Plate A great day’s ARMY SEVENS lifted the 2013-14 season to a climax. Coming from behind in a thrilling final 1 YORKS—the Tykes—overhauled 17 Port & Maritime Regiment to win the Army trophy for the first time. Of course, those with a longer tooth will remember them as the descendants of Duke ... Read More »

Army 7s team start preparation for the season at Rosslyn Park

LCpl Joe Nayacavou showing his Scotland 7s experience cutting up the field

The start of the Army 7s season for 2014 saw the Reds travel to Rosslyn Park for the evening’s floodlight 7s. The Army saw two teams entering the competition as one of the civilian teams had to pull out at last minute which saw one of the Army’s top Regimental teams (Royal Scots Dragoon Guards) coming over to participate in ... Read More »

Yorkie Bar None – Inaugural Army Club ‘Tens’

A marvellous initiative for an early ‘Tens’ competition was supported by twenty clubs at Newbury on 4th September. The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment masquerading as 1 YORKS won a heart thumping final in the last few plays by 29pts—16. Two Fijian 7s internationals and a number of Army capped players, including skipper Darrel Ball, recognised the opportunity for a ‘not ... Read More »

Harpenden Pub 7s

Germany v British Army 7s Teams post final enjoying the occasion

The end of the season is almost upon us with the final leg being a trip out to Harpenden Rugby Football Club for the 48th Harpenden National Pub 7s which had teams from around the globe; France, Germany, Italy, Kenya and Nigeria, all with an aim of winning the cup and more importantly bragging rights with national and international teams ... Read More »

Lucky 7 for the Reds in Cwmtawe

On Saturday 3 August 2013, the Reds were in Cwmtawe with the prime objective to retain their title. The weather promising to be balanced between rain and sunshine, Pontadawe was ready for the Reds. The British Army successfully defended their title at the Cwmtawe Sevens, beating Ponty Butchers 29-24 in the final to claim their 7th title in Wales Premier ... Read More »

The Reds participate in the inaugural World Club 7s

The inaugural World Club 7s competition was being held in Twickenham and the Reds were invited to participate in a one off match against the Gilbert Barbarians which was made up from some talented players that had been selected and coached by a team of England Playing and Coaching staff in a hope to push the Reds all the way ... Read More »

UK Fijian 7s – 10 Aug 13

This was the first time the military Fijian community based in UK organised a tournament promoting not only rugby but also bringing together the culture to celebrate sport and life in general whilst catching up with family and friends of whom some hadn’t met in a number of years since joining the Army. The Reds (Army Chieftains) were invited to ... Read More »

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