Bingham Cup Week Brings Gay Rugby Teams to Sydney

24–31 August 2014

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The Bingham Cup is one of the largest international sporting events to be held in Australia. As many as 2000 players and supporters from 16 countries will come to Sydney for the three- day tournament, plus many tournament participants will also travel to NSW from across Australia.

Game play will occur over three days – 29, 30 and 31 August – on world-class ovals in Woollahra and Rose Bay, just a short distance from Sydney’s CBD and on Sydney Harbour.

Bingham Cup Week – 24–31 August 2014

Where to stay during the tournament

Locals suggest things to see & do: Manly, Bondi, Opera House and more: Watch the video

Did you know?
The Bingham Cup is named in honour of Mark Bingham, a great rugby player and a great guy. He was fundamental in the establishment of two premier gay rugby clubs – the San Francisco Fog and the Gotham Knights. He is also now known internationally as one of the heroes of 9/11. He was posthumously honored by the Federation of Gay Games at the Sydney Gay Games in 2002, so it is fitting that The Bingham Cup is played on the same field.

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