Energia is expanding its presence in rugby with the launch of a new annual festival coming to Dublin for the first time.
The inaugural Energia 7’s festival of rugby will take place over the June Bank Holiday weekend with a men’s and women’s 7’s rugby tournament and a mixed social TAG rugby competition.
Located at Energia Park in Donnybrook, the rugby festival will include sport, music, a day village, player appearances, live entertainment, food and drink stalls, competitions, and much more.
Teams are invited to register for the competitions on the official festival website – energia7s.ie. Registration is open to adult men’s and women’s 7’s teams, as well as social TAG rugby teams. Social tickets are also available for fans to take in the atmosphere and enjoy the festival fun across the weekend.
The weekend will kick off on the evening of Friday, May 29th from 6 pm to 11 pm with live music and entertainment.
The group stage of the rugby competitions will take place on Saturday 30th May from 10 am in Energia Park and Herbert Park with entertainment until late. Sunday, May 31st will see the knockout stages, the finals and more entertainment, competitions and prizes.
“We are thrilled to announce the inaugural Energia 7’s festival of rugby at Energia Park,” said Sponsorship manager Lorna Danaher.
“The event is part of our ongoing commitment to powering Irish Rugby through our IRFU and Leinster partnerships. We are excited to continue our work with the clubs through the Energia AIL and we hope Energia 7’s will be a great celebration of Irish club rugby at the end of the season.”
The new Festival is an additional element to the company’s rugby partnerships that include sponsorship of the Energia All-Ireland Leagues for both Men and Women, the position as ongoing Title sponsor of Energia Park and Official Energy Partner of Leinster Rugby.
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