Hong Kong Men’s squad will participate the Men’s Asian Games Qualifier 2018 in Muscat, Oman from Mar 8 to 17. They will play their first match against Afghanistan later today. Stay tuned for more news!

Match Schedule

 

Back row left: Ken Tsang, Stan Lau (physio), Angus Chan, Fahim Khan, Eric Ho, Eddie Leung (manager), Patrick Tshutshani (video analyst), Windfall Monthong, Fabian Gregory (coach), Siu Ming, Matthew Chan
Front row left: Edward Chuen, Chris Tso, Raymond Yu, Kelvin Chan, Alan Kam,Tong Yu, Felix Iu, Allen Tse, Martin Tsang, Michael Chung, Jackie Chan (not in photo), Ali Zeeshan (assistant coach, not in photo)

The HKHA P&D Section will organize a Level 2 Coaching Course on 24, 25 & 30 March 2018 for those who are interested in pursuing a coaching career. Participants with adequate attendance and satisfying performance in the course will be qualified to become a Level 2 Hockey Coach recognized by the HKHA. Details can be referred to the application form.

Please note this course is aimed at coaches who have completed the HKHA Level 1 coaching course or equivalent on or before the 1st March 2018. Those who passes the most recent HKHA Level 1 coaching course (in March 2018) are welcome to apply to this course as observer. The space availability and priority will be reserved for qualified candidates.

If you are interested in attending, please submit your application form with a copy of your Level 1 certification (or equivalent) and a cheque of HK$300 course fee payable to “The Hong Kong Hockey Association”. The application deadline will be 21 March 2018, 3 pm.

Should you have any enquiry, please feel free to contact Jacky So via email: jackyso@hockey.org.hk or telephone: 2782 4932.

P&D Section will organize a Level 1 Coaching Course date 3, 4 & 6 March 2018 for those who are interested in hockey coaching career. Participants with adequate attendance and satisfying performance in the course will be qualified to be a Level 1 Hockey Coach by HKHA. Details can be referred to the application form.

If you are interested in attending, please submit your application form with a copy of  Pre-level 1 certification (or equivalent) for our reference. Please prepare cheque with amount HK$300 payable to “The Hong Kong Hockey Association” OR transfer payment to HSBC 658-117650-838 (The Hong Kong Hockey Association), attach bank in slip together with application form and email to jackyso@hockey.org.hk with first come first served basis. Should you have any enquiry, please feel free to contact Jacky So via email: jackyso@hockey.org.hk or telephone: 2782 4932.

 

For details and application form, please click HERE.

Men’s Hong Kong Quadrangular Hockey Tournament (HKQHT) will coming soon on 8th – 10th Feb 2018 at King’s Park Hockey Ground. 

The teams are Chinese Taipei, Guangdong, Oman and Hong Kong.

The match schedules are as shown.

Download: 9th Hong Kong Quadrangular Hockey Tournament Match Schedule

Please come and support the team!

Congratulations to the Hong Kong Women’s team, finishing 2nd in the Women’s Asian Games Qualifiers 2018 and qualifying for the 18th Asian Games!

The top four teams in the final ranking of the Women’s Asian Games Qualifier Bangkok 2018 will qualify for participation in the women’s hockey competition at the 18th Asian Games, taking place in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia, from 18 August to 2 September 2018.

Final Results:

12 Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China  3 – 0  Indonesia   (Match Review)

14 Jan 2018
Singapore 1 – 1  Hong Kong, China    (Match Review)

16 Jan 2018
Kazakhstan 0 – 3  Hong Kong, China  (Match Review)

17 Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China  0 – 0  Chinese Taipei  (Match Review)

19 Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China  4 – 0 Pakistan (Match Review)

20 Jan 2018
Thailand 1 – 0 Hong Kong, China (Match Review)


Press release

Uppower , Sports Road

(Chinese Version)

Congratulations to all the winners and welcome back Hong Kong team!

 

After four exciting matches, Hong Kong Team continued staying in the 2nd place of the standings, as long as the remaining 2 battles with Kazakhstan and Thailand, to obtain a win that is certainly qualifying into Women’s Asian Games !

Current Results:

12 Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China  3 – 0  Indonesia   (Match Review)

14 Jan 2018
Singapore 1 – 1  Hong Kong, China    (Match Review)

16 Jan 2018
Kazakhstan 0 – 3  Hong Kong, China  (Match Review)

17 Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China  0 – 0  Chinese Taipei  (Match Review)

Current standings are available HERE


Press release

UPower

(Chinese Version)

Hong Kong Team will be playing Pakistan at local time 6:00p.m. on 19th January 2018. 

Stayed tuned for more results and good luck Hong Kong!

Women’s Asian Games Qualifier 2018 is now in full swing which take place in Bangkok, Thailand on 12nd – 20th January 2018. Participating teams are:

Thailand
Hong Kong China
Kazakhstan 
Singapore 
Chinese Taipei 
Pakistan 
Indonesia 

Fixtures can be downloaded HERE

Hong Kong Women’s National Squad is in high spirits and they are doing great in the first three games :  

12 Jan 2018
Hong Kong, China  3 – 0  Indonesia   (Match Review)

14 Jan 2018
Singapore 1 – 1  Hong Kong, China    (Match Review)

16 Jan 2018
Kazakhstan 0 – 3  Hong Kong, China  (Match Review)

Current standings are available HERE


Press release

UPower

(Chinese Version)

Hong Kong Team will be playing Chinese Taipei at local time 8:00p.m. on 17th January 2018. 

Stayed tuned for more results and good luck Hong Kong!

The Tournament was held on 9 December 2017 at Happy Valley Recreation Ground pitch 9, 10 and 11. There are over forty teams from our affiliated clubs and also Shanghai Xinsong Primary School to join this meaningful event. Please click into the album for amazing photos!

Congratulations to the winners!

U8

Champion1st Runners-up2nd Runners-up
Home CentreKCCValley

U10

Champion1st Runners-up2nd Runners-up
HKCCKCCKei Fook

U12

Champion1st Runners-up2nd Runners-up
HKFC AKCCHKFC B

U15

Champion1st Runners-up2nd Runners-up
HKFC AKhalsaHKFC B

 

The Shen Zhen Training Camp held on 16 -17 December 2017 has been a fruitful experience for our junior squad players. The result of two matches are very close. The 1st day match is 2-2 and the 2nd day match is 1-0 to Hong Kong Team. For the goal scorer of Hong Kong Team are Aliya Khan and Chloe sik. Our sincere thanks to Shen Zhen Team for helping to arrange and provide the pitch for the friendly matches. 

The Guru Nanak Hockey Tournament 2017 will be held at Happy Valley Hockey Ground from 11:45am – 5:00pm on 17 December 2017.

Please come and support!

Attachment: Fixture