The ever-popular 2023 George Mwangi Kabeberi Sevens, or simply the Kabeberi Sevens, taking place on 9-10 September at the RFUEA Grounds, Nairobi has today been officially launched.
This year’s edition will serve as the Grand Finale for the 2023 SportPesa Sevens, the national sevens circuit, that already kicked off with Dala Sevens in Kisumu and Mombasa’s Driftwoods Sevens serving as the second leg.
Tickets for the two-day rugby festival have also gone on sale and you can grab your early bird ticket here, powered by Little Events.
The tournament will see sixteen of Kenya’s top rugby teams battle out for one of the country’s most coveted crowns, the Kabeberi Sevens, and to the bigger the National Sevens Circuit (SportPesa 7s) title.
The much-loved rugby fiesta will be filled with an exhilarating atmosphere, with spectators enjoying live music and entertainment.
“The Kabeberi Sevens has been a flagship sports event in the Kenya Rugby calendar for more than three decades. We are extremely excited to host the Grand Finale for the SportPesa 7s coming at the end of a gruelling five-leg tour. The intense matches among some of Kenya’s top rugby players will deliver enthusing energy, showcasing our unmatched hospitality to all spectators,” says Kabeberi Sevens Tournament Director Michael Mwanja.
The two-day tournament is a sporting showpiece, with a captivating competition between the 16 teams.
Heroes have been discovered and careers have been launched at the Kabeberi Sevens.
A double measure of sevens is in store for the fans, as once again Mwamba Rugby will welcome top ladies team for another exciting leg of the Women Sevens Series.
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