Hong Kong

The Sports Federation and Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, (SF&OC) has added Japanese instant noodle company Nissin Foods to its sponsorship portfolio

Tributes have been paid to Arnaldo de Oliveira Sales, a sports official credited with putting Hong Kong on the global sporting map, who died last Friday aged 100

Pay-television broadcaster beIN has agreed a one-season deal to broadcast cricket’s Pakistan Super League in Australia and across various Asia countries and territories.

This year's Tokyo marathon is being confined to 200 elite runners due to the coronavirus outbreak, wiping out the mass participation element that would have involved 38,000 amateur runners

Pay-television broadcaster i-Cable has acquired the exclusive media rights in Hong Kong for Japanese football's J.League. i-Cable has purchased the rights in a three-season deal covering 2020 to 2022

SportAccord on Thursday confirmed that this year’s World Sport & Business Summit will not take place in Beijing due to the Novel Coronavirus outbreak in China, while Tokyo 2020 has reiterated that this s…

Mixed martial arts promoter ONE Championship has cancelled its planned event in Chongqing on April 11 due to the coronavirus epidemic

Pay-television broadcaster beIN Sports has finalised a deal for media rights for Major League Soccer in 11 markets in the Asia-Pacific region

Games publisher Riot Games and agency Redd+E have agreed a deal to distribute media rights for the inaugural 2020 Pacific Championship Series in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.

Organisers of golf’s Hong Kong Open have announced that the event will take place next month following its recent postponement, although the tournament will not be sanctioned by the European Tour.

Golf’s European Tour has moved to postpone next week’s Hong Kong Open amid ongoing civil unrest in the city.

Global Rapid Rugby, a new club competition incorporating former Super Rugby franchise Western Force, has today (Thursday) revealed plans for its debut season with teams representing Fiji, Samoa, Hong Kong…

The pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have led to the move of a men's Olympic ice hockey qualifier in November to Sanya, on the Chinese island of Hainan

Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur has signed a five-year regional partnership with HSBC as its Official Banking Partner in the UK and Hong Kong, the bank’s two home markets.

Spanish LaLiga club Barcelona has struck a three-year regional partnership with Sebang Global Battery, a Korean manufacturer of car batteries

Fifa has fined the Hong Kong Football Federation $15,087 and the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) $45,000 (€41,000) after crowd incidents at recent 2022 World Cup qualifying home games.

The Professional Squash Association announced the postponement of the Hong Kong Squash Open, citing security concerns due to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has lost its latest major sporting event amid the ongoing unrest in the country, with Formula E dropping its round from the 2019-20 calendar in favour of a return to Marrakesh, Morocco

The Hammer Series team cycling competition has brought an early end to its 2019 season after electing to cancel its Hong Kong event due to the ongoing civil unrest in the country

Golf’s PGA Tour Series-China will bring an early end to its 2019 season after the Clearwater Bay Open tournament became the latest sporting event to fall victim to the ongoing civil unrest in the country.

This year’s Hong Kong Open, an International-tier tournament on the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour, has been postponed amid ongoing government protests in the region.

Football world governing body Fifa has allowed Iraq to host their national team's upcoming World Cup qualifying games in their southern city, Basra, following a "security assessment by a Fifa delegation"

The 2019 running of the the Hong Kong E-Prix could be the last unless the track is extended, according to the South China Morning Post

Cycling’s Hammer Series will head to Asia later this year through the formation of a new event in Hong Kong.

French Ligue 1 football club Paris Saint-Germain has partnered with Asian sports marketing agency Desports in a move designed to further its global development.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced that six locations will stage legs of its Track Cycling World Cup in 2018-19, with only Milton in Canada returning as a host destination from last season.

Hong Kong will host the 2022 edition of the Gay Games, becoming the first Asian city to stage the sports and cultural event.

Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has announced that four destinations will contend hosting rights for the 2022 and 2024 editions of its World Swimming Championships (25m) events.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has said the country could join forces with neighbouring North Korea in a joint bid for the Fifa 2030 World Cup, while Hong Kong has expressed an interest in joining China in its effort to land hosting rights to a future edition of the national football team tournament.

The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has announced the 12 cities that will host 2018 World Tour events with a number of changes made to the second season of the two-tier structure for the series.

Hong Kong’s Mega Events Fund, which provides financial support to a number of leading sports events in the Asian territory, is set to be discontinued next year.

A lucrative new table tennis league for the Asia-Pacific region will launch next year, it has been confirmed.

The International Golf Federation (IGF) has announced that Hong Kong will host the sport’s 2020 World Amateur Team Championships.