Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Ticketing Terms and Conditions 2018

This ticket is issued subject to the following terms and conditions:

  1. Spectators must comply with the Stadia Regulation (Cap.132 sub. leg. (BY)) of the laws of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the “Terms and Conditions of Use of Hong Kong Stadium for Major Local and International Sporting Events”. Please browse https://www.elegislation.gov.hk/hk/cap132BY!en-zh-Hant-HK?INDEX_CS=N and http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/rule.html for details.
  2. The right of admission is reserved by the Hong Kong Rugby Union and the Hong Kong Stadium.
  3. Any person who is found to have brought prohibited items will be denied of entry. Prohibited items include but not limited to (i) plastic, glass, metal bottles or containers except those with baby food and medication; (ii) any items simulating the uniform or equipment of the disciplined services, e.g. imitation firearms, handcuffs, chains; (iii) rugby balls; (iv) general dangerous items, e.g. knives, batons, fireworks, party poppers, explosives, bright light emitting devices or any kind of article, object or substance which could be used as a weapon or which may be harmful to health; (v) sticks, clubs, bats, helmets, selfie sticks, etc.; (vi) any noise instruments e.g. electronic musical instruments, loud hailers or Vuvuzela; (vii) any remote controlled flying devices or toys, e.g. model helicopters, drones; (viii) food, beverages, merchandise or publicity items to be sold or distributed without authorisation; (ix) any items like flags, banners, buntings, posters, flyers, leaflets, and/or other promotional, propaganda and display materials, the contents of which are discriminatory, political, or have any association with racist, xenophobic, charitable or ideological nature or items that could detract from the sporting focus, compromise public safety and security, or restrict the view of other spectators and / or harm the reputation of the Hong Kong Sevens event; (x) anything containing intoxicating liquor; and (xi) any other thing that may constitute an infringement of the Stadia Regulation.
  4. To ensure public safety, the Hong Kong Stadium’s security staff have the authority to inspect the personal belongings of spectators entering the Stadium.
  5. Throwing objects, foul language and behaving in a disorderly manner in the Hong Kong Stadium is prohibited.
  6. No flags, banners, buntings, posters, flyers, leaflets, and/or publicity, promotional, propaganda and display materials of any kind may be displayed in the Hong Kong Stadium without the permission of the Hong Kong Rugby Union or the Hong Kong Stadium.
  7. For the sake of public safety, no beer and alcoholic beverage shall be brought into the seating areas of the two Upper Levels. Hong Kong Stadium’s security staff have the authority to inspect the personal belongings of spectators entering the seating areas.
  8. No unauthorized persons shall enter the turf pitch level unless so directed by an Event or Hong Kong Stadium Staff. Persons entering the turf pitch level without authorization will be prosecuted.
  9. The Hong Kong Rugby Union and the Hong Kong Stadium reserve the right to remove any person from the Stadium who fails to comply with an instruction from an Event or Stadium staff.
  10. Ticket holder shall be responsible for the safekeeping of the ticket and wristband. No replacement ticket or wristband will be issued for any damaged or lost ticket or wristband. Entry may also be refused if tickets or wristbands are damaged or defaced.
  11. Re-entry into the Hong Kong Stadium is by a wristband with a valid ticket only at the dedicated re-entry gate located at the entrance/exit to the Stadium. Re-entry may be refused if either ticket or wristband is damaged or defaced.
  12. The Hong Kong Rugby Union has granted Viagogo the exclusive right to be the official ticket reseller of the Event.
  13. Ticket holder agrees not to bring any claim or proceeding against Hong Kong Rugby Union for any damage, loss, injury or liability suffered while attending the Tournament, except for liability that by law cannot be excluded. Hong Kong Rugby Union excludes all liability to the holder in tort (including negligence), contract or ailment for acts or omissions of Hong Kong Rugby Union, its employees and contractors arising out of or in relation to the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2018.
  14. Photographs taken and video shooting within the venue may be used only for private non-commercial purposes. Publication/distribution of such photographs or videos in any media is forbidden. Making/distribution of broadcasts, commentary, news reports or statistics (by any means in any format or media including any such commentary made by mobile phone or other wireless device) is forbidden.
  15. Ticket holder (i) consents to the broadcasting or other distribution of images of him/herself whilst at the venue and (ii) waives on an irrevocable worldwide, perpetual basis all rights to object to such broadcasting/distribution in any media.
  16. Ticket holder agrees not to engage in any ambush marketing that would infringe the rights of those parties commercially associated with the match and/or the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2018.
  17. Children 2 years and under on the 6 th April, 2018 may enter the Hong Kong Stadium free of charge when accompanied by an adult with an adult ticket.
  18. A child that is 12 years and under on the 6 th April, 2018 is able to enter the stadium with a child ticket.
  19. Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens ticket terms and conditions can be viewed here: www.hksevens.com
  20. If there is no play on a given day of the tournament then a ticketholder will be entitled to a refund of the face value of the ticket for that day only; whether any play has taken place shall be the decision of the tournament director and their decision is final.