Fourteen teams to contest this Sunday’s Cambridge Sevens (men’s)

Fourteen teams will contest the 10th annual Cambridge Sevens (men’s) tournament to be held at John Kerkhof Park on Sunday (February 16).

The 2020 tournament will see a day of exciting and fun football to decide which team takes away this year’s title.

Games will be played on three-quarter sized pitches and with no offsides, meaning plenty of goals and open football. Entry is free for spectators.

Play begins at 9am.

Every team is guaranteed a minimum of three matches during the tournament.

Four groups will help determine the quarter-finalists with two sides going through from group play.

The winners of the tournament will raise their trophy sometime about 5.30pm.

Tournament draw

(The draw has been revised after the late withdrawal of a team through injuries. Please use version 2 below.)

Click here for Cambridge Sevens draw (ver 2)

Rules and team sheet

Sevens rules and guidelines

Team Sheet


This year’s tournaments are supported by PosPro, and Richard Crafts, and Hill Homes. We thank them for helping make the sevens possible.


Car parking

Due to Cambridge’s hosting of the RIDE cycling festival, street parking will be limited in Vogel St. Players and visitors will be encouraged to park in a designated area which will be set aside for the day.

Women’s tournament (Sunday March 15, 2020)

Entries for the women’s sevens tournament are open till 5pm on Friday March 6, 2019.

Click here for details and to register online.

Past winners – Cambridge Sevens

2011: Whakatane Town
2012: Claudelands Rovers
2013: Glenfield Rovers (Auckland)
2014: Claudelands Rovers
2015: Broken Down
2016: Broken Down Again
2017: Golden Oldies (Hamilton)
2018: Whakatane Town
2019: Saggies

2011: Whakatane Town
2012: Young Gunners (Hamilton)
2013: Palace Jesters (Te Aroha)
2014: Hamilton Wanderers
2015: Kawerau Town
2016: Ngongotaha
2017: Young Gunners (Hamilton)
2018: Qooto-Qooto FC
2019: Colombia+2


Notice to visitors

Please be aware our grounds and clubrooms are 100% smoke-free and council bylaws forbid visitors from bringing dogs to our grounds.

Click here for more information about our grounds.