Join the Rugby Revolution

Enjoy world-class tens rugby mixed with a party vibe for a whole load of fun in the sun.

With 300 stars from all the Australian and New Zealand Super sides, plus Pacific heavyweights Fiji and Samoa, Japan’s Panasonic Wild Knights and French powerhouse Pau taking the field, the quality of international talent on show is unrivalled, aside from the World Cup.

The ten-a-side format celebrates all aspects the game – fusing the skill and set pieces of 15s with the speed and agility of sevens.

Fast-paced on-field action is matched by the swift ten-minute-half format, which means everything’s to play for in every minute of all 28 men’s games, as well as the hugely popular women’s exhibition matches.

The combination of top-quality rugby and a party vibe means the Tens is for you – whether you’re a die-hard rugby fan, sports lover or you simply enjoy being part of major events.

The tournament itself is the culmination of a week-long festival of activities during which Brisbane becomes the centre of the rugby universe as players, fans and officials from across the globe converge in one place for a whole lot of fun in the sun.

Join the rugby revolution – we can’t wait to see you on 9 and 10 February 2018 at Suncorp Stadium.

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Based in Canberra, the Brumbies have become a central part of Australia’s rugby landscape since the club’s Super 12 tournament debut in 1996. They have reached five Super Rugby finals in that time, claiming overall victory on two occasions.