Sydney 7s 2020 FAQs
There's so much going on a the HSBC Sydney 7s, we wouldn't be surprised if you've got a few questions, so we've answered all of the frequently asked ones below. If you still can't find the answer you're looking for, don't hesitate to contact us.
How do I get there?
We recommend you leave your car at home and use the FREE public transport included with your ticket. Patrons are encouraged to use the Transport NSW ‘trip planner’ to find out the best way to get to Bankwest Stadium.NSW Trip Planner
Where can patrons park and how much is it?
For those who plan to drive, there is no public parking onsite. There are a number of parking stations close to the Stadium including; Justice Precinct Car Park (Hunter Street), Eat Street Car Park (George Street), City Centre Car Park (George Street), Riverbank Car Park (Philip Street) More information on various council and commercial car parks and disabled car parks is available below.Car Parks
Is there an area where luggage, prams and other large items can be stored?
For safety reasons, strollers and prams are not permitted inside Bankwest Stadium’s seating bowl. Stroller cloaking areas are internal of public gates A, B, C and D. Stroller cloaking areas are roped off, however, you should not leave any valuables in the stroller. Please see event day staff for more information on storing your stroller during the event.
What is at the stadium to assist with dealing with the hot weather?
Hot weather is expected across the entire tournament weekend. Patrons are encouraged to bring headwear and sunscreen. To assist in keeping you hydrated and cool, there will be free water stations, shaded areas and cool misting fans throughout the venue.
What can and can’t be brought into the venue?
On entry, all bags will be subject to the security screening process. To help avoid delays, it’s best to leave your bag at home. On all event days bag sizes are limited to 30x40cm. Food and non-alcoholic beverages may be brought into the stadium. Umbrellas are permitted but cannot be put up once seated.
What should I wear?
It’s a party! Be creative and show support for your team. It wouldn’t be Sydney 7s without the outrageous costumes. There’s no theme this year, so the possibilities are endless! Remember that costumes deemed to be offensive may not be permitted inside the stadium. This includes costumes that may offend from a religious, political, racial and/or sexual perspective.
Will there be a festival area again this year?
Yes! After a hugely popular first year in 2019, we're delighted that Sydney 7s Festival will once again be running at the 2020 event. Expect performances from local acts and international stars! More to be announced soon...2019 Sydney 7s Festival
Will the players walk the perimeter of the field after the games?
Players from each team will do a “lap of honour” at the conclusion of their last game of the tournament to thank the fans. There is no formal opportunity for players to sign autographs or pose for pictures. Patrons are reminded to respect the players and remain behind the fence at all times.
Where and when can I buy tickets?
Tickets for the 2020 HSBC Sydney 7s are on sale now at Ticketek. Don't miss out and buy yours online today! Subject to availability, tickets will also be on sale at the stadium during the event.Buy Tickets
If I miss out on tickets, how can I watch?
You can watch every Men’s and Women’s match and all the action live on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports. Refer to the TV Guide for specific coverage timings.TV Guide
Can I purchase tickets on the day?
Following a sellout on finals day in 2019, we are anticipating a very high demand for 2020 tickets. Therefore, we recommend pre-purchasing tickets online to avoid disappointment. In the event that tickets are not sold out by event day, they will be available to purchase at the stadium via the dedicated ticket office.