Elevating sport in Hong Kong and beyond.
Sport is at the heart of the Hong Kong Football Club but our activities and the use of our facilities go far beyond just playing sport.
Our superb facilities across a wide range of competitive and recreational sports make this one of the finest sporting clubs in Asia. However, it is the use of these facilities by teams and players in the local Hong Kong community and our ability to host top international sporting events, that make the Hong Kong Football Club a key contributor to Hong Kong’s thriving sporting and social community.
As our name reflects Hong Kong Football Club was established in Hong Kong in 1886 as a club for playing Association Football and Rugby Football and these remain two of the Club’s five core sports: rugby, soccer, hockey, squash and lawn bowls. In addition, we operate a Netball Division and have Societies and Interest Groups actively involved in tennis, badminton, swimming and triathlon, golf, tenpin bowling plus there are extensive facilities for a broad choice of fitness and leisure activities.
Restaurants and Bars
Hong Kong Football Club provides a wide variety of Food and Beverage options that support the activities of our Sports Sections, DSA (Designated Sports Association), Societies and Interest Groups, allow us to host visiting sporting teams and guests, whilst also enhancing the lifestyle of every member of the Club.
The Club has approximately 3,500 members, which with spouses, partners and children, represents 10,000 regular users. Membership categories are Full (Sports Preferred), Junior, Social and Corporate.
Home for HKFC is the 64,000-square-metre Club building at 3 Sports Road, Hong Kong, which was built in 1995. Within the spectacular setting of the famous horseracing track in Happy Valley, the Club facilities for sport and recreation are unrivalled, ensuring Hong Kong Football Club not only provides Hong Kong with a world-class venue for sport, but also plays an active role in supporting and developing sports locally with many thousands of Hong Kong sports people using its facilities every year.