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Big Seven or Big 7 may refer to:
In sports 
- Big Seven (ice hockey), the seven major men's international ice-hockey teams (Canada, USA, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Russia)
- Big Seven, an unofficial name of the Mountain States Conference, also known as the Skyline Conference, from 1938 to 1946
- Big Seven Conference, later the Big Eight Conference, an unofficial name for Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association, when it had seven teams from 1948 until 1957
- Big Seven, a 1993 release from The Supernaturals
- Big 8 (Usenet), formerly Big 7, a group of Usenet newsgroup hierarchies
- Big Seven (United States), an influential group of US nonprofits for state and local government officials
- The Big Seven of Canadian folk music: Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Gordon Lightfoot, Bruce Cockburn, Ian & Sylvia, Murray McLauchlan, and Leonard Cohen.
- The seven biggest moons in Solar system: Moon, Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, Titan, Triton
See also 
- Big One (disambiguation)
- Big Two (disambiguation)
- Big Three (disambiguation)
- Big Four (disambiguation)
- Big Five (disambiguation)
- Big Six (disambiguation)
- Big Eight (disambiguation)
- Big Ten (disambiguation)
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