The 2018 edition of the Safari Sevens will take a 12 team format. This is in line with other international events like the Olympics and the recently concluded Commonwealth Games and will provide both competition and entertainment over the 2 days of the main event.
The tournament returns to the RFUEA Grounds after an eight-year hiatus which saw Nyayo Stadium host the tournament in 2011 and 2012 and Moi International Sports Center taking over from 2013-2016.
With a few weeks left to the tournament, Kenya Rugby Union has received confirmations from seven international team. 2015 Champions and 2016 finalists, Samurai Rugby will be gracing the tournament this year alongside Spain, Portugal, Golden Lions. Our next door neighbours The Uganda Cranes will also be participating in this year’s Safari7s together with the Red Wailers. Kenya will field two sides as has been the tradition, Shujaa and Morans.
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