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The world's best men and women's rugby sevens talent will be on show at Twickenham Stadium in the Marriott London Sevens on 12th and 13th May.
This year thousands of fans in flowing flares and groovy afros will embrace the 1970s disco theme, while enjoying the fast, expansive rugby at one of the top events in the London social calendar.
Last year's festival of rugby saw a world record 100,000 fans head through the gates over the two days. With 75,000 tickets already sold, the 2012 event is on course to be even bigger and better.
And for the first time ever in London, the IRB Women's Sevens Challenge Cup tournament will run alongside the men's tournament giving fans the chance to watch the world's best Women's players. Having recently triumphed at the Women's event in Hong Kong, the England team, lead by captain Michaela Staniford, is well placed to win more silverware in front of their home crowd.
We have teamed up with the London Sevens to offer our readers the chance to watch the rugby in style. Two winners will each be able to take three friends to watch the Sevens from a executive box at Twickenham, with premium match seats and some light refreshments part of this amazing prize.
If you're not lucky enough to win, don't worry because weekend passes to the Sevens start from £30, single day tickets from £18 and kids tickets at £5 each day. Visit www.rfu.com/tickets or call 0844 847 2492. (Tickets are subject to availability and booking fees apply.)
CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 08th May 2012