One women’s team and three men’s teams from Africa will qualify for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022, through the Rugby Africa Sevens Championship in April. Kampala, Uganda will host the men’s teams between 23-24 April, and Jemmal the women’s teams between 29-30 April.
Between 23-24 April, Nassau will host the Rugby America North Super Sevens qualifying tournament. The tournament will decide which three teams – two men’s, one women’s – qualify for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 from the region.
The Sudamérica women's Sevens took place on 12-13 November 2021 at the Carrasco Polo Club in Montevideo, Uruguay and qualified two teams for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022. The men's Rugby World Cup Sevens qualifier took place in Costa Rica on 27-28 November and also qualified two teams.
The Oceania Rugby men’s and women's Sevens Championships will qualify three women's teams and one men's team for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022. With New Zealand and Australia women already qualified Fiji will start as women's favourites, while in the men's competition World Series regulars Australia and Samoa will take on the likes of Tonga for one remaining place.