Since the inaugural tournament in 2011 the Hong Kong Beach 5s has grown drastically in scale and popularity, cementing its place in the Hong Kong sporting calendar as a fun filled festival of sport.
The original idea was born in 2011 as we recognized a need for an event which allowed local Rugby talent to get involved in the 7s atmosphere. TCOB manages the event, including event marketing from start to finish.
The 2019 event saw Beach Rugby, Football, Netball and Dodgeball take to the sand with over 1000 competitors and 20,000 spectators over the weekend.
Plans are currently being drawn up which will see the Beach 5s make it's way overseas with debut events in Singapore and Thailand being added to the Calendar.
The Beach 5s is Hong Kong's biggest beach festival with Rugby, Netball, Football & Dodgeball matches all day. Live music, 2 bars, delicious food, kids entertainment & an afterparty add to an all-encompassing family friendly fun day out!
Born out of a desire to highlight the UK’s world-renowned culture and enterprise in Asia’s World City, Best of British is a first-of-its-kind event in Hong Kong. Endorsed by the British Consulate-General and the British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, Best of British comprises a series of inspiring events and consumer campaigns that have been designed to promote British brands and figures and entertain the Hong Kong public.
The Best of British Hong Kong celebrates and showcases the UK’s culture and capabilities in one of the world’s most dynamic and exciting cities!
After a successful debut event back in 2017, Club Fight Night was back to Kerry Hotel in August 2018! Bringing together Hong Kong’s finest sporting clubs together, rugby players swapped the pitch for the boxing ring once again. The fiercest of rivals go head-to-head on a new terrain to battle it out for personal pride and club glory. Club Fight Night is an opener to the new sporting season and gave an opportunity for clubs to claim bragging rights before the games had even begun!
In 2019 - the event was held at the Hong Kong Football Club.