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  • Facilities

    Facilities

    When the Club had the opportunity to build an entirely new complex in 1995, it created some of the finest facilities for sport and recreation you can find.

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  • Membership

    Membership

    The Club presently has approximately 3,500 members, which, with spouses, partners and children, gives a total of some 10,000 users.

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  • About HKFC

    About HKFC

    Our name reflects our origins and distinguished one hundred and thirty years plus history as a club for playing Association and Ruby Football.

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  • Community

    The Club’s vision is to be recognised as one of the leading sports clubs in the world and our mission includes facilitating the development, and participation of recognised sporting activities.

    This commitment to the betterment of sport extends to everyone, regardless of gender, race and nationality, including not only our members and their families but also the countless non-members who play sport at the Club every week.

    The active of participation of HKFC in national sports leagues means that the Club regularly hosts players and teams competing at HKFC home games and matches as well as hosting world-class competitions and tournaments. Across our sports, the Club is active in developing talented players into elite sports men and women, many of whom go on to represent Hong Kong at national level.

    In addition, we have launched major initiatives designed to encourage sports development, which are available to both members and non-members. These programmes include Mini and Youth Hockey, Mini and Youth Rugby, Junior and Youth Soccer, Junior Squash, Junior Netball, Junior Badminton and Junior and Youth Tennis Groups to name a few, which see many thousands of young players being introduced to sport as a healthy living activity.

    HKFC Facilities

    HKFC facilities are used seven days a week for local sports and recreation, as well as for international fixtures, training, seminars and functions by national sports bodies in Hong Kong including:
    Hong Kong Football Association
    Hong Kong Rugby Union
    Hong Kong Hockey Association
    Hong Kong Lawn Bowls Association
    Hong Kong Squash
    Hong Kong Netball Association
    Hong Kong Tennis Association
    Hong Kong Golf Association
    Yau Yee Football League

    International Sporting Events

    HKFC hosts and manages international sporting events, which encourage participation in sports, offers spectators the chance to share the excitement of sport and helps to foster a stronger sporting culture in Hong Kong.

    These include the HKFC Rugby 10s, the HKFC Soccer Sevens and HKFC Junior Soccer Sevens, HKFC PSA (Professional Squash Association) and the HKFC Hockey Sixes. The Club has also organised events such as International 3s squash tournament, Asia Rugby Championship matches, Asia Rugby Sevens Series and a Rugby World Cup qualifier for the Hong Kong national squad, International Tiger Bowls tournament and hosted events such as the inaugural World Doubles squash tournament.

    Community, Youth & School Sports

    To support the promotion of sport and fitness as part of a healthy lifestyle, the Club also makes its sports facilities available to many youth groups and community organisations on a gratis or concessionary basis. Venues and coaching are provided free to the Hong Kong Vocational Centre for Children with special needs and a Soccer Programme for Children with special needs. We provide a number of sporting and recreational facilities for use by organisations including the Springboard Project, the Wallsend Boys Club charity, the Nesbitt Centre and we also provide use of our sports facilities to children (with their teachers and supervisors) from many educational establishments within Hong Kong.

    Other Community Activities

    Individual Sports Sections also actively support and encourage different groups within the Hong Kong community to participate in sport. The Soccer Section and Rugby Section support causes such as the Indochina Starfish Foundation, and invite children from Po Leung Kuk to participate in their junior programmes and to spectate at their major annual tournaments. The Hockey Section actively supports the Guv Dillon Fund to assist disconnected Hong Kong children to re-engage with their community through sports.

    Numerous fundraising initiatives include organising fundraising balls and matches by various Sections and supporting Hong Kong-wide initiatives such as Movember and Operation Santa Claus.

    The Swimming and Triathlon Society supports the Splash Foundation, which teaches swimming to domestic helpers and refugees. In addition, we welcome residents of the China Coast Community to the Club for an annual lunch.

    Financial Contributions

    Our community outreach activities naturally revolve around sports, but we also make financial contributions, in part, using proceeds from fines imposed for using mobile phones on Club Premises and other donations made by both the Club and the Sections/ DSA (Designated Sports Association)/ Societies as well as groups of members. On average, the Club makes charitable donations of approximately HK$1 million per year.