|Number of teams||16|
|Related competition||Kings of the Sevens|
Selkirk Sevens is an annual rugby sevens event held by Selkirk RFC, in Selkirk, Scotland. This was one of a group of Sevens tournaments instated after the First World War extending the original Borders Spring Circuit. The Selkirk Sevens began in 1919.
2019's Selkirk Sevens will be played on 11 May 2019. It will be the Centenary event of the Sevens.
The Selkirk Sevens tournament began as a Sports Day in 1919.
The Player of the Tournament receives the Denzil Lloyd Trophy.
Various sides have been invited to play in the Selkirk Sevens tournament throughout the years.
Wakefield, Nottingham, Northampton Saints, Rotherham Titans, Newcastle Falcons and Cardiff RFC have all won the tournament. Wakefield won in 1987; Nottingham won in 1990; Saints have won in 1991 and 1993; Titans won in 2002 and 2003; Falcons won in 2004 and Cardiff won in 2006.
Other invited teams made it to the Selkirk Sevens final. A Queens University Belfast rugby side was invited in 1970 and were Runners-Up. Other Runners-Up:- A Welsh Select side (1977); Orrell (1981); Rosslyn Park of London (1984), Harlequins (1987) and Wales 7s (1996).