|Union||Papua New Guinea Rugby Football Union|
|Papua New Guinea 56–10 Malaysia|
(University of Delhi, New Delhi; 11 October 2010)
|Papua New Guinea 0-64 England|
(Wellington; 3 February 2006)
|World Cup Sevens|
|Appearances||1 (First in 2018)|
|1999 Santa Rita||Team|
The Papua New Guinea national rugby sevens team competes in the Oceania Sevens, where they finished third in 2009, and fourth in 2010, 2015 and 2016.
The team has also entered selected World Rugby Sevens Series tournaments as an invited team. The team has been invited to the New Zealand Sevens in 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2017 and 2018, and to the Australian Sevens in 2000, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2017 and 2018. The team has also been invited at the 2000 Fiji Sevens and 2000 Tokyo Sevens . At the 2011 Gold Coast Sevens, PNG defeated Niue and Japan to take 13th place. At the 2018 Hamilton Sevens, the team defeated Russia and France to take 11th place.
Papua New Guinea has also played the Hong Kong Sevens World Series qualifier. In the 2015 edition, they went to the semifinals, where they lost to Russia. In 2016 they lost all matches in the group phase. In 2017 they reached the semifinals.
PNG qualified for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Papua New Guinea made its first appearance at the Rugby World Cup Sevens in 2018, following its fifth place finish at the 2017 Oceania Sevens Championship.
|Rugby World Cup Sevens Record|
|1993||Did Not Enter|
|1997||Did Not Qualify|
|Commonwealth Games record|
|2002||Did Not Enter|
Gold Coast 2011–12
|Papua New Guinea||3||1||0||2||85||65||+20||5|
11 October 2010
|Samoa||38–17||Papua New Guinea|
|Kenya||17–12||Papua New Guinea|
|Papua New Guinea||56–10||Malaysia|
Bowl Quarter Final
Bowl Semi Final
|2010 Commonwealth Games Bowl Winners|
Papua New Guinea
|Squad to 2015 Pacific Games:|
|2015 Wellington Sevens Squad|