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    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

    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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  • Sports

    Sport and recreation remain the lifeblood of the Hong Kong Football Club.

    Representative teams in the five core sports Sections of the Club compete locally and internationally in Rugby Union, Association Football or Soccer, Field Hockey, Squash and Lawn Bowls, while an established Netball Division also fields competitive teams.

    Growing participation in sports such as Golf, Tennis, Badminton and Swimming and Triathlon has created strong societies.

    • Sports
      for Youths

      'Mini' versions of key sports are created, including Mini Rugby, Junior Soccer, Junior Squash and Junior Hockey attract substantial participation from juniors as young as five-year-olds.

    • Renowned
      Events

      The famous Hong Kong International Rugby Sevens tournament began life at the Hong Kong Football Club and the Club now hosts the leading ten-a-side rugby event in the world, the Hong Kong Tens.

    • Facilities

      Explore the superb facilities of the Hong Kong Football Club to see why it is rated as one of the best sporting clubs in Asia. But at the same time check out the activities, competitions and programmes that take place in the various Club Sporting Sections and Societies to see why sport is its heartbeat.

    All Sports

    Sport includes all forms of competitive physical activity or games which, through casual or organised participation, aim to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills while providing enjoyment to participants, and in some cases, entertainment for spectators.

    Sports and Activities Booklet January - June 2020

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