Tickets on sale this week for inaugural HSBC SVNS PER as Western Australia welcomes the world’s best rugby sevens players

HSBC SVNS 2024 set to take over Western Australia with pre-sale tickets on sale Wednesday for the inaugural HSBC SVNS PER on 26-28 January to kick-off an exciting year of rugby sevens, with general on sale set for Friday.
  • World Rugby brings HSBC SVNS 2024 to HBF Park in Perth on 26-28 January, 2024
  • The three-day event featuring the best 12 men’s and 12 women’s rugby sevens teams will be the third of eight events on the reimagined HSBC SVNS 2024
  • Fans will experience an immersive festival atmosphere with entertainment from start to finish, including live music, DJs and roaming entertainment throughout the grounds
  • The Beach Club experience at the heart of the fun celebrates the Australian leg of HSBC SVNS, with street food markets showcasing the flavours of the HSBC SVNS global destinations
  • Pre-sale tickets for HSBC SVNS PER on sale Wednesday from 09:00 AWST with general on sale set for Friday also at 09:00 AWST

Tickets are on sale this week for the third round of HSBC SVNS 2024, World Rugby’s revamped and rebranded global celebration of rugby sevens, at HBF Park in Perth, Australia on 26-28 January, 2024 to kick-start a thrilling year for the sport gearing up towards the Olympic Games Paris 2024.

HSBC SVNS PER is set to host an electrifying spectacle with the world's top 12 men's and women's rugby sevens teams, including powerhouse nations like the Australian men’s and women’s teams, Olympic champions Fiji, perennial favourites South Africa, Samoa, USA and the formidable New Zealand All Blacks Sevens. Over three thrilling days of competition, the world’s best rugby sevens athletes will display unmatched speed, skill, and athleticism to thrill the crowds with non-stop action.

In partnership with the Western Australian Government, through Tourism Western Australia, World Rugby is set to bring HSBC SVNS to Australia in 2024 and 2025 at HBF Park in Perth, with fan experiences at the heart of the event.

With a bold ambition to supercharge rugby’s global reach and appeal by being more accessible to younger, leisure-hungry audiences, HSBC SVNS PER aims to deliver the ultimate in immersive experiences, a unique festival of sport, entertainment and culture set against the stunning backdrop of Western Australia.

For those seeking a more premium and exclusive setting, the golden ticket is our new next level hospitality experience, featuring a fast-track entrance into the stadium, premium food and drink, a full programme of fun and entertainment in private lounges and the best seats in the house.

Celebrating cuisine and culture, our beach club features food markets showcasing flavours from the other HSBC SVNS locations.

Fans across the globe can register for an exclusive presale opportunity now at and to learn more about the travel packages available and to secure your visit to Perth, please visit

Located in the heart of Perth, the capital of Western Australia – a famed travel destination with a globally renowned record in hosting cultural and sporting events – HBF Park is Perth’s premier rectangular stadium providing world-class sporting and concert events to all fans.

Recently upgraded ahead of hosting the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, HBF Park has hosted several major music concerts including Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Elton John and is the home of Perth Glory and the Western Force.

With less than one year until the Olympic Games Paris 2024 gets underway, the action will be intense from start to finish with World Rugby’s revamped competition formula set to provide rugby sevens fans with even more excitement, jeopardy and entertainment.

Under the new model, HSBC SVNS 2024 features seven regular season events plus a Grand Final. The top eight placed teams based on cumulative series points at the conclusion of HSBC SVNS SGP will secure their opportunity to compete in the new ‘winner takes all’ Grand Final in Madrid, where the women’s and men’s HSBC SVNS 2024 champions will be crowned.

Madrid will also play host to the high stakes relegation play-off competition where teams ranked ninth to 12th will join the top four teams from the World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series, with the top four placed teams securing their place on HSBC SVNS 2025.

Western Australia Tourism Minister Rita Saffioti said: “Rugby fans near and far should mark their calendars, with HSBC SVNS tickets going on sale in only a few days' time.

“We’re thrilled to be hosting another stand-out rugby fixture following the Bledisloe Cup in 2019 and 2021 and the Australian National Rugby League (NRL) State of Origin contest in 2019 and 2022, and I have no doubt that rugby fans will be out in droves again to witness the HSBC SVNS, while injecting millions in visitor spend in WA’s tourism and hospitality businesses.

 “WA is a world-class host of major sporting events, and we look forward to cheering on the Australian team as they go up against world-class players from teams around the world.”

Western Australia Sports Minister David Templeman said: “The WA Government, through Tourism WA, is pleased to back another blockbuster rugby event and once again showcase our state-of-the-art sporting facilities here in Perth.

 “Rugby continues to grow in popularity in WA, and not just it’s audience, but also grassroots players at the community level.

 “HSBC SVNS will strengthen our state’s reputation even more as an excellent host of major sporting events, and affirms our status as the fastest growing major events destination in South East Asia.”

World Rugby Sevens General Manager Sam Pinder said: “We are excited for tickets to go on sale this week for the highly anticipated Australian leg of HSBC SVNS, with teams, athletes and fans looking forward to experiencing Perth as a world-class city, sport hub and global destination.

“HSBC SVNS PER will bring together a truly immersive festival of rugby, food, music and experiences to create the ultimate weekend-long get together for young people and will undoubtedly be the hottest ticket in town to kick off a busy and exciting year in 2024.”

World Rugby and Tourism Western Australia acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal peoples; Elders past, present and emerging.