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World Tens Series kicks off in Bermuda

OCTOBER 2020

Bermuda is set to host the first ever World Tens Series Rugby Tournament, from the 24th of October until 07th November 2020.

COVID-19 Match Ready

Bermuda has adopted stringent COVID-19 regulations for safe movement in, and out of the island. Familiarize yourself with the stringent safety protocols put in place by the Bermuda Tourism Authority. 

In support of the Bermuda Government Health Ministry-led efforts to reduce the opportunities for viral transmission in the passenger terminal, Skyport has initiated various preventative measures. They are working with Immigration and Customs regarding screening of passengers and are following best practices recommended by health officials for the safety of all passengers and employees.

The LF Wade International Airport reopened to commercial flights on July 1 2020.

Bermuda – A World-Class, Safe Destination

Bermuda will attract the focus of the rugby world when the World Tens Series gets underway and the adventurous island will be a hub of activity. The picturesque island is the perfect location for the first-ever World Tens Series tournament with the excitement and fast-paced action of ten a-side rugby sure to combine well with the pink sand beaches and adventurous atmosphere which Bermuda offers to the world. The safety of all incoming tourists and locals is of paramount importance, please see the Bermuda Tourism Authority Travel Press Release below. 

“The World Tens Series Organisational committee is working very closely with the Bermuda Government Health Ministry to ensure a safe and exciting rugby tournament for players and fans.”  Tens Management

“We are very excited to welcome the rugby world and all players and fans who will be attending and participating in the World Tens Series to the beautiful island of Bermuda.” Bermuda Tourism.

2021 and beyond

The World Tens Series will step-up a gear in 2021 with the tournament set to be expanded to include 16 teams playing at 12 locations throughout the world. Each location will host the tournament for one week with the season set to run for four months ensuring that players perform to the best of their abilities and fans always have plenty of rugby entertainment to look forward to.

The Evolution Of Rugby is here. 

Get ready for #NextLevelRugby