Our pick of 5 Hong Kong sporting events to play or watch!

1. Hong Kong Beach 5s

Date: March 30-31 (Sat-Sun)

Time: 8.00am (Sat) - 11.30am (Sun)

Venue: Repulse Bay

Admission: FREE! 


This weekend, watch things unfold in Repulse Bay as over 1000 participants compete in five different sports.


Rugby, netball, football, dodgeball and volleyball will all be on show, with rugby and football champions set to be awarded tickets to the 2020 Rugby World Cup in Japan and the chance to meet Brazilian football superstar Neymar Jr. in his home country! 


Over 20,000 attendees will be expected to show up at Asia's largest beach festival - don’t be the one to miss out!


2. All Girls International Rugby Sevens

Date: March 29-30 (Fri-Sat)

Time: 10.00am-6.00pm (Fri), 9.00am-8.00pm (Sat)

Venue: King's Park, Kowloon

Admission: Free!


Serving as a prelude to the main Hong Kong Sevens event, the All Girls International Rugby 7s will still shine nonetheless.


Age groups from U6 through to U19 will be participating as well as teams from overseas. Last year the All Girls International Rugby 7s hosted 78 teams, 16 from abroad.


The event is promoted as the “largest all-girls rugby tournament in the world”; it’s a must for anyone young rugby player to watch, if not play.


3. Meet the Canadian Rugby Sevens National Team

Date: March 31 (Sun) 

Time: 1.00pm-4.00pm 

Venue: Canadian International School

Admission: Skills clinic: Register HERE 


With the Hong Kong Sevens just around the corner, you have the chance to meet the Canadian Rugby 7s Team!


The Canadian Men's Rugby 7s team will hold a practice, followed by a skills clinic for rugby players of all ages and an autograph/photo session! 


The skills clinic is free, but each family attending the event is asked to make a $100 donation.  All money raised goes to support the Canadian Rugby Team.


4. Hong Kong Women's Club 7s

Date: March 31 (Sun) 

Time: TBC

Venue: Happy Valley Recreation Ground

Admission: FREE


Get hyped for the Hong Kong Sevens! 


No worries about securing a ticket to the best club Sevens competition in the land, with entry completely free and just a matter of turning up to show your support! 


With all major women's sides set to reignite their rivalries on the Happy Valley pitch, we're looking forward to a load of highlights and fun (which always come hand-in-hand)!


5. HKU Quidditch Recruitment Day 

Date: March 30 (Sat)  

Time: 4.30pm-6.00pm 

Venue: Happy Valley Recreation Ground

Admission: FREE (Register HERE!)


Here's something to break up the rugby events!


Can you bludgeon opponents with more brutality than Lord Voldemort? 


Do you have the moves to make Harry Potter look like a third-rate Seeker?  


Then you'll be pleased to know that Quidditch training is now available for you Hong Kong-based muggles, thanks to the guys at HKU Quidditch​ and HK Quidditch​ (equipment provided)! 


(Disclaimer: Brooms are only capable of limited, leg-propelled flight...)