Inaugurated in 1995 the Bangkok Sevens began with just 4 international teams and 14 others from the Thai and Expatriate rugby community in Bangkok. Two sides from New Zealand, Te Awamutu and Hamilton OBs fought out the first Cup final with the former taking the trophy.
BANGKOK 7s (THAILAND)
Since then 198 international and 264 Thai-based teams have competed in the Bangkok Sevens making it one of the most successful, annual, international sporting events in Thailand.
Menís Cup winners have come from Fiji (5 times), New Zealand (5 times), Australia, UK (twice), Malaysia, USA and Pacific Islands.
In Womenís Rugby Sevens, Cup winners have come from, Australia (twice), Singapore (twice), USA, Kazakhstan and Thailand (three).
Tournament's Web Site: BangkokSevens.com
Roll of Honor
- 2016 Cancelled due to the death of King Bhumibol Adyuldadej
- 2015 Pacific Warriors def Grammar TEC (31-12)
- 2014 Southern Lions RFC (Perth) def KPM, Malaysia (40-31)
- 2013 Pacific Warrios def South Coast Black Cockatoos (31-12)
- 2012 NZ4Nations def Hong Kong (53-7)
- 2011 Cancelled due to floods in Bangkok.
- 2010 Grammar-Carlton (NZ) def Kamilaroi Young Guns (AUS) (33-14)
- 2009 Grammar-Carlton (NZ) def Lloyd McDermott (AUS) (26-19)
- 2008 Grammar-Carlton (NZ) def Rugby Ecosse (24-21)
- 2007 Thai Airways def Lloyd McDermott (AUS) (14-7)
- 2006 Eagles (US) def Samurai (UK) 17-10
- 2005 Marist North Harbour (NZ) def Samurai (UK) 33-12
- 2004 White Hart Marauders (UK) def RT Police (Thailand) 62-0
- 2003 British Army (UK) def Marist North Harbour (NZ) 19-17
- 2002 Staroba Orange (Malaysia) def British Amy (UK) 20-19
- 2001 Davetalevu (Fiji) def NS Wanderers (Malaysia) 29-5
- 2000 Davetalevu (Fiji) def Potoroos (Australia) 22-10
- 1999 Potoroos (Australia) def Royal Thai Police 24-5
- 1998 Davetalevu (Fiji) def Le Froggies (France) 27-10
- 1997 Davetalevu (Fiji) def Sydney Fijian 7s (Australia) 29-19
- 1996 Davetalevu (Fiji) def Ngongotaha (NZ) 40-5
- 1995 Te Awamutu (NZ) def Hamilton OB (NZ) 33-5
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