England

During a school football game in the city of Rugby, Warwickshire, England in 1823, William Webb Ellis picked up the ball and ran with it. And just like that, the rugby style of play was born – at least according to legend. Today, most historians doubt that this is what actually happened.

What is not in any doubt at all: Ellis‘ English compatriots will compete at the Oktoberfest 7s 2019. The motherland of rugby will surely set their sight on winning the Oktoberfest 7s cup – not only based on their rich tradition, but also on their top results in recent major competitions. The English side reached the finals both at the Olympic Games in Rio 2016 (as part of Team GB) and at the 2018 World Cup in San Francisco.

Coach: Simon Amor

Best results:

Olympic Games:
Silver Medal Rio 2016 (as Team GB)

World Cup:
World Champion 1993
2nd place 2013 and 2018
3rd place 2005

World Rugby Sevens Series:
2nd place 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2017
3rd place 2002, 2005, 2009, 2011 and 2012

Results Oktoberfest 7s:
2017: 4th place

All teams:

Germany

At the Oktoberfest 7s 2019, the German team will want to build on the surprise success of 2017.

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England

The motherland of rugby will surely set their sight on winning the Oktoberfest 7s cup.

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Australia

The Australian national team has been one of the leading sides in international competition for decades.

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Fiji

The Fijians will try to add an Oktoberfest 7s title to their impressive collection.

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France

France is the only continental European country where rugby is traditionally a national pastime.

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New Zealand

In their signature black jerseys with a silver fern on the chest, the All Blacks Sevens have dominated the sport for decades.

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USA

The team of Mike Friday will try to continue its rise in their first appearance at the Oktoberfest 7s.

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