Community Involvement

Hong Kong Cricket Club ... Linking with the Hong Kong Community

The Hong Kong Cricket Club (HKCC), founded in 1851, is the second oldest Sports and Family Club in Hong Kong. Over the past century, other than providing sports and recreation activities to our Club Members, promoting Cricket in Hong Kong and supporting the community have been the HKCC's major goals.


The Hong Kong Cricket Club's facilities are available to our Club Members as well as the following ‘Eligible Outside Bodies’:

  1. Schools registered under the Education Ordinance;
  2. Non-governmental Organisations receiving subvention from the Social Welfare Department.
  3. “National Sports Associations” recognized by the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China and elevant International Federations.
  4. Uniformed groups and youth organizations receiving subvention from the Home Affairs Bureau; and
  5. Government departments.


‘Eligible Outside Bodies’ who would like to use our Club facilities should complete the application form and send it to the Club by post, email or fax to the following address:

137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Road
Telephone: 3511-8678 / 3511-8668
Email: /

Click here for the Application Form with full details.


Over the years, HKCC has offered Elite Youth Sporting Scholarship programmes to youth elite sportsmen/sportswomen who play CRICKET, HOCKEY, LAWN BOWLS, NETBALL, RUGBY, SQUASH AND TENNIS in Hong Kong. The purpose of this Scholarship is to help the selected individuals develop holistic skills in different sports under the tutelage of HKCC in-house professional coaches who are charged with running the HKCC's Scholarship Programme.

Selected candidates must be serious about playing sport, with aspirations of performing at the national level.  In addition to a high potential of playing skills, successful candidates must also consistently demonstrate good sportsmanship.

Successful candidates will be offered free access to HKCC and its sporting facilities. They will be given the opportunity to articipate in HKCC’s sporting development programmes, including League Teams, Inter-Club Competitions, and Club Tournaments.

The scheme is open to females and males aged between 12 years and less than 18 years of age, whose parents are not Members of HKCC. Applications will be considered for the Elite Youth Sporting Scholarship programme sponsored by the HKCC Sporting Convenor responsible for the nominated sport.

Interested parties, please contact our Sports & Recreation Manager - Mr. Samson Lam at 3511 8614 or by email at


Premier Sports Players who are able to gain a place in one of our main sports teams (cricket, hockey,  lawn bowls, netball, rugby, squash or tennis) may obtain accelerated Sporting Membership or Junior Sporting Membership on the recommendation of the appropriate Sports convener concerned.

To receive more details, please do not hesitate to contact the Membership Secretary, Ms. Clara Hung, on 3511-8616 or email to during normal office hours. We are always most willing to meet with potential Members and to show them our facilities.


The Gappers (junior cricket development programme) is held at HKCC during the Cricket season.  This programme welcomes Club Members and non-members,    and is overseen by the HKCC Head Coach, several well-qualified professional coaches and a large team of parent assistants who help to implement and make it an enjoyable learning experience

More than 400 boys and girls face off in four age-group sessions on Saturday mornings between September and March. Special cricket camps are also run for promising youngsters. Juniors from as young as 4 are taught how to hold a bat and bowl, while fast-growing league competitions at U-11, U-13, U-15 and more recently, U-17 level, help to ensure the development of cricketers through to the adult competitions. Youngsters up to the age of 14 are eligible for Junior Gappers. For older children, mid-week coaching is available on an invitation basis.

Please click here for Application details


The Hong Kong Cricket Club is committed to conducting its business in a socially responsible manner.  We strive to meet or exceed members’ requirements and expectations, achieve a high standard of safety and protect the health of our employees.

The Club’s Members and Staff are committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle through sports to the community, especially to the minority group.

HKCC has been awarded the Caring Organisation logo in 2015 by The Hong Kong Council of Social Services.  The Caring Company Scheme aims at cultivating good corporate citizenship.  It is specifically geared to building strategic partnerships among businesses and non-profit organizations to create a more cohesive society.


The Hong Kong Cricket Club is also committed to sustainable development by minimising the impacts of our operations on the environment, while meeting the economic and social needs of the existing and future generations.  Since 2008, HKCC has achieved the 'Class of Excellence' Award for Green Management from the HK Productivity Council.

Please click here for the award details


The Hong Kong Cricket Club has achieved the Partner Employer Award from the Hong Kong General Chamber of Small and Medium Business Ltd (HKGCSMB). The scheme aims at recognizing local companies that have provided training opportunities and cultivated a caring culture among employers for grooming local graduates.

Please click here for the award details



December 2017
Visit from Hong Kong International School Students
On 30th November, the Club welcomed a group of students from the HK International School for a Cricket Introduction session. This group of 14-15 years olds have recently studied India in history class, watched the film Lagaan and were eager to try out cricket for the first time.

Hong Kong Youth Squad Training

HKCC Cricket Centre again hosted a series of training sessions for the HK Youth Squad in their preparation of the ACC U16 Eastern Region 2017 Competition in Mid-December - hosted by Thailand. Hong Kong U16 was allocated in Group A together with Thailand, Myanmar and Nepal. Hong Kong won against Myanmar and Thailand but fell short against Nepal. Hong Kong qualified for the Semi-final and will play Singapore for the Final spot.

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