Event Details

The countdown is on! Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s Cathay/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens


31 Mar-02 Apr 2023

Fri 8am-9pm, Sat 7am-9.30pm and Sun 7am-8.30pm


Hong Kong Stadium


The best men’s and women’s teams from across the globe will be battling it out. Cheer on Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Great Britain, our very own Hong Kong China and many more.

Check out the full schedule here and our all-star HKC men's and women's squads here!

How do I buy a ticket?

Tickets are now on sale – get yours here before they’re gone!

How much do they cost?

Tickets are HK$1950 for a three-day adult pass and HK$950 for a children’s pass.

How can I get a box?

If you're interested in our Corporate Hospitality boxes, find out more about the packages here or contact Bryan Rennie for all the info.

What else?

We have a jam-packed schedule of entertainment coming your way. Belgian sensation Plastic Bertrand, Korean superstar DJ Soda, HK’s favourite Ska band the Red Stripes and Cantopop queen Joyce Cheng will keep the stadium rocking all weekend.

Are NFTs back?

Yes! Our digital collectibles are back in the game. Start your collection today for the chance to win incredible prizes. It's exciting, safe, simple and fun!

What if I'm coming from abroad?

Good news – overseas fans can fly straight in with no quarantine as long as you meet the Hong Kong entry requirements. Check before planning, and take a peek at our guide to flying in for the 7s.

Can I watch the HK7s on TV?

Yes! Hong Kong viewers can catch all of the action on i-CABLE's sports channel. All 3 days will also be broadcast on i-CABLE's channel #76 in English, and select matches will be shown in Cantonese on channel #77.

Other questions?

Head to our FAQs for more details.