The HK Rugby Sevens was originally held at the Hong Kong Football Club in Happy Valley, venue for many of the Womens 7′s games today.
The tournament moved to the Hong Kong Stadium in 1982.
Redeveloped from the old Government Stadium, the Hong Kong Stadium was opened in March 1994. The stadium holds a maximum of 40000 spectators, and is the largest stadium in Hong Kong.
Also known as the So Kon Po Stadium, and it is near Happy Valley. Closest MTR (subway) is Causeway Bay.
Map. B is the Stadium, A is Causeway Bay MTR
55 Eastern Hospital Road
So Kon Po
Tel : (852) 2895 7926Fax : (852) 2895 7962
Walking Directions From Causeway Bay MTR Station
Causeway Bay Station
1. Head west on Hennessy Rd toward Percival St: 150 m
2. Turn left onto Percival St: 260 m
3. Turn left onto Leighton Rd: 180 m
4. Turn right onto Caroline Hill Rd: 450 m
5. Turn right onto Eastern Hospital Rd
The Stadium will be on your right after 98 m
In a Taxi
Just pull this up on your phone and show it to the taxi driver. Hong Kong Stadium in Chinese is:
“hoeng gong daai kau coeng”
In case you were interested (it´s good to learn some Cantonese while you are in Hong Kong!), the characters mean the following:
香 hoeng – fragrant
港 gong – harbour
大 daai – big
球 kau – ball
場 coeng – field