England national rugby sevens team
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The England national rugby sevens team competes in the World Rugby Sevens Series, Rugby World Cup Sevens and the Commonwealth Games. England's best finish in the Sevens Series is second place, which they have achieved four times, most recently in the 2016-17 season. They have once won the Rugby World Cup Sevens — the inaugural tournament in 1993.
|Union||Rugby Football Union|
|Top scorer||Ben Gollings (2,652 points)|
|Most tries||Dan Norton (261 tries)|
|World Cup Sevens|
|Appearances||6 (First in 1993)|
|Best result||Champions, 1993|
The England Sevens team has generated several notable sevens players. Ben Gollings holds the record for points scored on the Sevens Series with 2,652 points. Dan Norton holds the record for tries scored on the Sevens Series with 302 tries as of November 2018. England's Simon Amor (2004) and Ollie Phillips (2009) have each won a World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year award.
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World Rugby Sevens SeriesEdit
England is one of the most successful team in the World Sevens Series. They have finished in the top three nine times — behind only New Zealand, Fiji, and South Africa.
|World Series record|
|Best||2nd (4 times)|
Rugby World Cup SevensEdit
|World Cup record|
Europe Sevens Grand Prix SeriesEdit
|Sevens GP record|
|2002–2010||Did not |
Note: In 2016, England did not enter a team in the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Sevens. Instead, Great Britain fielded a team.
- 1973 International Seven-A-Side Tournament (the first sevens tournament with national representative sides) - Winners
- Rugby World Cup Sevens Winners (1993)
- Commonwealth Games Silver medallists (2006)
Legs of the World Rugby Sevens Series: