World Sevens circus is starting up soon and we cannot wait for the first one in Dubai where the Blitzboks were draw in the same pool as Canada, Kenya and Uganda.
South Africa is the defending champions and they will be looking to defend the series title when it kicks off on the 1 and 2 December in Dubai.
Pool B has a European feel to it as England meet Scotland, France and the newly promoted Spain.
Olympic champions Fiji are drawn in Pool C with Australia, Wales and Japan while New Zealand, USA, Argentina and Samoa make up Pool D.
The second leg of this year series will move to Cape Town which has been sold out for months now on the 9 and 10 December.
The tournament runs over 10 legs and ends next year in Scotland
The second leg of the men’s season will, once again, take place in Cape Town. Dates for that tournament are December 9 and 10. Tickets are sold out for that weekend.
There are 10 rounds that makes up the World Series.
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) October 12, 2017