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HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2021-22 All Team Squads

The 2022 Series will feature 10 men’s and seven women’s rounds over six months. It will be kicking off with a pair of combined men’s and women’s events in Dubai. The Emirates Dubai Sevens will host behind closed doors round on 26-27 November 2021. This is followed by a second event on 3-4 December with fans in attendance at The Sevens Stadium. Check HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2021-22 All Team Squads.

The Series will then return to Europe as Spain plays host for the first time with combined men’s and women’s events in Malaga and Seville. They will be on 21-23 and 28-30 January 2022 respectively.

The new venues in Spain temporarily replace traditional Series hosts Sydney, Australia, and Hamilton, New Zealand. They were unable to host in 2022 due to the logistical challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in their region.

The men’s Series continues with  North American rounds in Vancouver on 26-27 February and Los Angeles on 5-6 March before moving to Asia where Hong Kong returns to host a combined men’s and women’s event on 1-3 April, followed by a men’s event in Singapore on 9-10 April.

A women’s standalone event will take place in Langford, Canada, on 30 April-1 May before both men’s and women’s teams travel to a new Series venue in Toulouse, France, on 20-22 May where the women’s Series champions will be crowned. The men’s Series concludes with the final event in London on 28-29 May.

Check out all the participating teams and their squads.

World Rugby Sevens Series 2021-22 All Team Squads

HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2021-22 All Team Squads

Participating Teams See Below Details

HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2021-22 All Team Squads

The 16 men’s core teams after the Dubai events are Argentina, Australia, Canada, England, Fiji, France, Ireland, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Samoa, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, USA, and Wales.

South Africa will enter the 2022 Series as defending champions after claiming the 2021 title in Edmonton, Canada, in September, while New Zealand, who were unable to compete in Canada, was the 2020 Series winner.

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Argentina

Santiago Alvarez, Lautaro Bazan Velez, Gaston Revol, German Schulz, Felipe Del Mestre, Luciano Gonzales, Joaquin de la Vega, Mateo Graziano, Santiago Vera Feld, Tomas Lizazu, Joaqiun Lamas, Tomas Elizalde, Rodrigo Isgro, Santiago Gomes Cora (Coach)

Australia

Billy Meakes, Nick Malouf, Maurice Longbottom, Josh Turner, Henry Paterson, Dietrich Roache, Solomone Vosaicake, Corey Toole,

Yool Yool, Ben Dowling, Kristian Jensen, Jed Stuart, Henry Hutchison, Scott Bowen (Coach)

Canada

Andrew Coe, Josiah Morra, Elias Ergas, Jake Theil, Lockie Kratz, Brock Webster, Cooper Coats, Jarvis Dashkewytch, Nicholas Allen,

Thomas Isherwood, Cody Nhanala, D’Shawn Bowen, Theo Sauder, Henry Paul (Coach)

Fiji

Waisea Nacuqu, Kaminieli Rasaku, Joseva Talacolo, Jeremaia Matana, Elia Canakaivata, Daniele Yaya,

Iowane Teba, Flipe Sauturaga, Manueli Maisamoa, Panapasa Qeruqeru, Iowane Raturaciri, Tevita Daugunu, Josua Vakurunabili, Salasi Fuli (Coach)

France

Marvin O’Connor, Stephen Parez, Paulin Riva, William Iraguha, Nisie Huyard, Pierre Mignot, Joachim Trouabal, Jordan Sepho,

Nelson Epee, Rayan Rebbadj, Varian Pasquet, Alexandre Tchaptchet, Jonathan Laugel, Christophe Reight (Coach)

Great Britain

Robbie Ferguson, Max Mcfarland, Tom Bowen, Paddy Kelly, Jarnie Farndale,

Tom Williams, Morgan Williams, Alex Davis, Ross Mccann, Jamie Barden, Frederick Roddick, Will Trenholm, Luke Treharne, Tony Roques (Coach)

Ireland

Billy Dardis, Sean Cribbin, Aaron O’Sullivan, Liam Turner, Terry Kennedy, Mark Roche, Hugo Lennox,

Niall Comerford, Jude Postlethwaite, Ed Kelly, Fergus Jemphrey, Zac Ward, Jack Kelly, Jimmy Topping (Coach)

Japan

Jonathan Faauli, Tomoya Yamamura, Ryota Kano, Talsei Hayashi, Moeki Fukushi, Kazuma Nakagawa,

Larry Sulunga, Kavaia Tagivetaua, Netani Vakayalia, Aseri Masivou, Chikara Morita, Tumanawa Tawhai, Shotaro Tsuoka, Kiyokazu Gotanda (Coach)

Kenya

Billy Odhiambo, Bush Mwale, Alvin Otieno, Nelson Oyoo, Herman Humwa, Edmund Anya, Jeff Oluoch,

Johnstone Olindi, Timothy Mmasi, Alvin Marube, Levy Amunga, Anthony Omondi, Daniel Taabu, Innocent Simiyu (Coach)

South Africa

Branco Du Preez, Siviwe Soyizwapi, Zain Davids, Ryan Oosthuizen, Selvyn Davids, Impi Visser, Muller Du Plessis, JC Pretorius, Ronald Brown, Shaun Williams, Tiaan Pretorius, Shilton Van Wyk, Christie Grobbelaar, Neil Powell (Coach)

Spain

Javier De Juan, Jaime Mata, Pol Pla, Juan Ramos, Juan Martinez, Alejandro De La Rosa, Eduardo Lopez,

Nicolas Nieto, Manu Moreno, Josep Serres, Tiago Romero, Alex Perez, Tobas Sainz-Trapaga, Pablo Feijoo (Coach)

United States

Folau Niua, Steve Tomasin, Perry Baker, Martin Iosefo, Matai Leuta, Kevon Williams,

Maima Fuala’au, Joe Schroeder, Marcus Tupuola, Lucas Lacamp, Gavan D’Amore, Logan Tago, Carlin Isles, Mike Friday (Coach)

Wales, New Zealand, Samoa and, Scotland haven’t announced their squads. The page will be updated when they announce their team.

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