Fiji Television Limited will again bring the World School Sevens Live on its free to air platform.
This was confirmed by the Chief Executive Officer Karen Lobendahn.
Fiji Television Limited has secured the deal to broadcast the two days event live.
The World School Sevens is an international u18 sevens rugby tournament with over 30 teams from around the world taking part.
Continuing to stake their claim as the home of sport in Fiji, Fiji Television Limited has secured the rights of the World School Sevens; a showcase of young male and female players from around the world.
The World School Sevens is an annual Rugby 7’s tournament “that showcases the best under 18 7’s talent from around the world”
32 teams will tough it out tomorrow and Saturday at Pakuranga United Rugby Club ground in New Zealand.
Live coverage on free to air channel on Fiji One will ensure all games played on Field 1 at Pakuranga get the attention they deserve.
Since the inception of this event in 2016, this event has proven extremely popular, with many nations travelling to this event to develop their next layer of talent.
Fiji is fielding both the mens and womens teams in the tournament.
32 teams representing 12 different countries will compete for the gold medal over a 2 day tournament.
The World School Sevens tournament is an incredible development opportunity for the next generation of aspiring athletes.
The World School Sevens kicks off 9am tomorrow.