The Ultimate Guide to Sports in Hong Kong

Reading Time: 39 minutesThis sports directory is a comprehensive guide to our pick of sports clubs, activities and organisations in Hong Kong. Whatever your age or ability, there is a sport out there for you! To help you get started, we’ve listed out some of our favourite organisations and clubs below.

Archery 

Child practicing archery sports in Hong Kong

Golden Trust Archery

Golden Trust Archery is the biggest archery centre in Hong Kong, with 7,000 square feet and 25 shooting lanes. Most lessons are conducted in Cantonese. However, English lessons are available upon request.

Address: 2/F, Block C, Wing Hong Factory Building, 781 Yu Chau West Street, Lai Chi Kok

 

Hong Kong Archery Association

Hong Kong Archery Association is the governing body responsible for archery in Hong Kong. It is a member or the Hong Kong Sports Association and the Olympic   of Hong Kong and is also a memebver of International Archery Association (WA) and the Asian Archery Association (WAA).

Address: Lion Rock Archery Range, Tianshuiwei Lanxinfu Archery Field

 

Hong Kong Archery Centre

English speaking archery Coaches available for beginner, intermediate and advanced archery lessons. Clinic sessions are also available on a one-on-one basis, focusing on solidifying shooting form, mental skills and equipment tuning.

Address: 902, 20 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

 

Hong Kong Archery Workshop

The Archery Workshop is a one-stop shop for all your archery needs. The equipment shop contains a wide array of the latest in archery gear and supplies, and the workshops can be utilised to modify and maintain bows while the practice range can be used to try them out.

Address: Unit 10-12, 1/F, Fu Tao Building 98 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon

 

Hong Kong Island Archery Club

Hong Kong Archery Club’s aim is to promote archery in Hong Kong, foster young talents and enourage parent-child activities – all trianing programmes welcome parents to participate with their children.

Address: Hong Kong Island Archery Club, Pokfulam

 

Pro Archery

Boasting a large, comfortable area of more than 2,000 square feet, the centre can accommodate up to eight people for practise and training on the 18 metre indoor practise lanes.

Address: Flat J, 4/F, Block 3, Kwun Tong Industrial Centre, 448 – 458 Kwun Tong Road

 

Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre

Serious about taking up archery in Hong Kong? The Archery Range occupies a site of 4,700 square metres next to the Tuen Mun Public Riding School. This facility can serve as an archery range with a shooting distance of 70 metres long for groups or individual hiring. In addition, the Centre organises archery training courses and archery competition recreational activities regularly for public participation.

Address: Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre, Lung Mun Road, Tuen Mun

 

YMCA

This programme teaches fundamental archery skills and enhances the archery accuracy and stability of participants, thereby improving concentration and personal endurance.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Badminton

badminton sport in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Football Club

HKFC has excellent badminton facilities, training and fitness facilities as well as multiple outlets for dining and refreshment. In addition, HKFC boasts world-class badminton coaching talent and a wide range of playing levels, from social to national-level, for all age groups.

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Rd, Happy Valley

 

Hong Kong Sports Institute

Badminton courses at Hong Kong Sports Institute are divided into Junior and Adult classes. Courses are designed by professional coaches so that every player has the chance to achieve their highest potential. Junior classes are designed for participants aged 6 -17 years old.

Address: Hong Kong Sports Institute, 25 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin

 

Hyper Badminton

Hyper is committed to helping members to improve their badminton techniques, body co-ordination and strength via different styles of badminton basic techniques. Through continuous training and competition participations, members will establish self confidence and teamwork.

Key locations: Island East Sports Centre; Chai Wan Sports Centre; Sai Wan Ho Sports Centre; Shun Lee Tsuen Sports Centre

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Badminton, from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Offering classes for children from the age of six, Sportscene places great emphasis on having fun while also learning. There are different courses for each level where basic skills are taught, refined and then eventually develop advanced skills in order to play competetively.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

TORQ Sports International

TORQ Sports International was founded by John Leung – former professional badminton player and England Junior National Coach. John’s vision is to develop a global and international badminton circuit for all ages and culture, from grassroot to elite levels for individuals to stay active and competitive.​​

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Rd, Happy Valley

 

YMCA

YMCA offers Badminton training classes for children as young as three. There are three separate skill levels so anyone can join to learn the basics and play for fun or train to play competetively.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Basketball

teen dribbling a basketball mid-game on the court

Acornfield Academy

The courses are conducted in accordance with the “Acornfield Basketball Level 10 Teaching Schedule” written by a senior basketball coach. It is suitable for children aged 3 to 6 (indoor venue) or 6 to 12 years old (outdoor venues). Different games and course themes provide enough time for children to learn and familiarise with the movements, cultivate students’ continuous sports interest, and lay a good foundation for basketball.

Key locations: Acornfield Academy; Kowloon Bay Playground; On Tak Estate; Lok Wah Estate Village

 

Adventure Sports Academy

Classes are offered from 18 months, where children will be introduced to the basic skills used in basketball, up until U16 Squad, where coaches work on fine-tuning the execution of passing, shooting, dribbling and ball handling. Coaches will be working on clarifying rules of the game and preparing your children to play the game in a more competitive environment.

Key locations: Hong Kong Football Club; Happy Valley Sports Ground; Aberdeen Marina Club; Bradbury School

 

Dream Sports Academy

The aim of this academy is to correct and modify methods of training. With ex-professional players as coaches, each area will be well developed. Students will be trained according to their skill level and needs, which means a proper evaluation will take place and an appropriate training arrangement will be designed for them based on their evaluation results.

Key locations: Australian International School; Renaissance College; Discovery Bay; Harrow International School

 

ESF Tigers Basketball

ESF focuses on delivering key fundamental skills using age-appropriate equipment to stimulate and nurture a child’s development in the sport. ESF offers a progressive programme where students are encouraged to play in the Elite Academy and compete not only in Hong Kong but also overseas.

Key locations: West Island School; Discovery College; Beacon Hill School; Kowloon Junior School; Clearwater Bay School; Glenealy School; Kennedy School; Island School; Bradbury School; Sha Tin Junior School; Renaissance College; Quarry Bay School

 

Impact Basketball Academy

Impact Basketball Academy is an elite basketball training academy that encourages both physical and emotional development of athletes through a competitive year-round practice of basketball. Impact strives to foster discipline, build teamwork, and most importantly, nurture passion.

Key locations: Hong Kong International School; Hong Kong Park Sports Centre; Sheung Wan Sports Centre; Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Sports Centre; Stanley Sports Centre

 

Kinder Bounce

Kinder Bounce is a fun basketball-based programme for young children up to eight years old. Different games are used to improve hand-eye coordination, catching, throwing and dribbling skills. It’s a fun way to learn the basics of basketball while developing important motor and social skills, like learning to take instructions and interacting with other children the same age.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Slam Sports

The purpose of Slam Sports is to dpromote basketball in a positive way, nurturing and teaching players alongside Christian beliefs and values. Slam Sports develops players with a positive attitude, providing basketball and fitness services.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Basketball, from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Children can improve their eye hand coordination and cultivate ball sense including, ball bouncing time, passing and shooting skills. Children can further enhance their individual skills through organised drill and match play. Tactics and game scenarios are introduced to further enhance student potential.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

Top Flight

The coaches at To Flight aim to share their passion for basketball with the next generation of young players. The primary aim at Top Flight is to use basketball to teach players important life lessons about hard work, determination, teamwork, leadership and courage.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

YMCA

Classes are available for children ages two to 13 and are ongoing throughout the week. Children can join no matter what their skill level is and are encouraged to have fun.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Cricket

children high-fiving during cricket game

Cricket Hong Kong

This course is designed for those who wish to develop cricket skills. Class will introduce hardball cricket. Potential athletes from this course will be invited to play for clubs and possibly selected for the team of U16/U19.

Address: Po Kong Village Road Park, Diamon Hill

 

Hong Kong Cricket Club

The Gappers junior development programme is held at HKCC and is available to both members and non-members of the club. The programme is overseen by the Head Coach and several well-credentialled professional coaches and a large team of parent assistants help to implement it and make it an enjoyable learning experience.

Address: Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Rd, Tai Tam

 

Kowloon Cricket Club

KCC runs an expansive junior programme which provides cricket to hundreds of children of varying age and ability, every seasonal week. KCC enters multiple squads into all domestic junior competitions, the age brackets stretching from U11 to U17.

Address: 10 Cox’s Rd, Jordan

 

Montgomery Sports

Through the Hong Kong Academy of Cricket, Montgomery Sports offers tailored coaching clinics for individuals, groups, schools and clubs with Head Coach Afzaal Haider.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Dance

Students participating in a dance class in Hong Kong

Academy of Dance

Academy of Dance is a group of professional and highly qualified dance instructors with many years of experience in both the technical and performance aspects of Dance. Their focus is motivating and encouraging people of all backgrounds to embrace a love of life and of themselves through movement and expression.

Key locations: Shek Mun, Shatin; Hong Kong Academy

 

Island Dance

Island Dance teaches at 14 venues around Hong Kong, Kowloon and Lantau offering ISTD & RAD certified classes to children aged 2-17.  Their international team of teachers inspire students with their passion for dance, combining challenging choreography, technique and confidence building with performance opportunities throughout the year and Annual Showcase. 

Key locations: Hong Kong Football Club; HK Parkview; American Club Tai Tam; Kowloon Cricket Club; HK Cricket Club; Clear Water Bay Country Club; German Swiss International School; Carmel School; Discovery Bay Siena Club; Discovery Bay Recreation Club; Mui Wo Sports Centre

 

Jean M.Wong School of Ballet

The School’s priority is teaching Classical Ballet, with an emphasis on the RAD Syllabus. Teachers work with students of all ages and at all skill and commitment levels – from the most talented ones who want to pursue careers in dance, to those who just love to dance for fun and exercise.

Key locations: North Point; Central; Happy Valley; Kowloon Bay; Shatin; Tsuen Wan

 

Red Shoe Dance

The school teaches students from ages 3-18. Classes include RAD Ballet, ADAPT Jazz and Tap, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Contemporary, Acro Dance and Musical Theatre. The school also provides yearly examinations, annual performances, opportunities for overseas dance workshops and competitions.

Key locations: Central; Wong Chuk Hang

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Dance, from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road; Causeway Bay

 

Southern School of Dance

Southern School of Dance provides dance lessons for English speaking children from the age of three years.  The majority of students study ballet, although classes in tap, modern, jazz, funk, hip hop and contempory dance are also available.

Key locations: Wong Chuk Hang; Sai Kung; Hong Kong Cricket Club

 

Sportscene Ltd.

This programme teaches students basic skills and body movement used in Chinese classic dance and Chinese folk dance (eg. Han Dynasty, Mongolia, Tributes) and musical dance. The classes are divided into many different skill levels. Excelling students will be referred to Beijing Dancing Institute for competition.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

Twinkle Dance Company

Twinkle Dance Company is not like any other traditional ballet school, they care for each child’s feelings, and use teaching methods that are suited for all types of children. Their aim is for the children to enjoy dancing and discover how to express themselves through dancing in a fun and innovative way.

Key locations: Central; Causeway Bay; Wong Chuk Hang

 

Fencing

Kids fencing outside

Fencing Sport Academy

Fencing Sport Academy is committed to promoting the positivce values of fencing and providing a quality, enjoyable and all round fencing programme, where students of all ages achieve their maximum potential and gain a love of fencing.

Address: 1/F, Po Shau Centre, No. 115 How Ming St., Kuwn Tong, Kowloon

 

ProFencing

ProFencing aims to provide students with a world-class foundation of fencing instruction and facilities while inspiring them via exposure to local, regional and international competitions.

Address: Unit 8A, 3/F, Hong Kong Industrial Centre Block A, 489-491 Castle Peak Rd, Cheung Sha Wan

 

South China Athletic Association (SCAA)

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Fencing, from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Fencing can train a student to be patience and self-confident. Fencing includes: Foil, Epee and Sabre. In this programme, Sportscene mainly teaches the most basic one, Foil. However, there is also a brief introduction of the other two. The rules of fencing, scoring method, the practice and competition equipment is also taught in great depth.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

Football

Kids playing football outside

Adventure Sports Academy

Adventure Sports Academy’s (ASA) long-term aim is to ignite a change in attitude towards the culture of sport, especially Football, in Hong Kong.  Sport can do a lot more than simply serve as a past time as it brings not only significant physical, but mental and social benefits to children at an early age.

Key locations: Hong Kong Football Club; Happy Valley Sports Ground; Aberdeen Marina Club; Bradbury School

 

Asia Pacific Soccer School

Asia Pacific Soccer Schools run football classes all over Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories every day of the week. Offering elite team training, girls’ only groups and special goalkeeper training, there are more than 20 full-time, professional coaches who run sessions for over 2,000 players every week. New students can join one trial class for free.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Brasil Top Skills Soccer School

Brasil Top Skills Soccer School offers qualified football training with all Brasilian head and senior coaches. All head and senior coaches are former professional football players with extensive experience in Brasil, Europe, Mexico, USA, China and Hong Kong. Brasil Top Skills Soccer School coaches the ‘Brasilian style’ of football to boys and girls from age 3 to 16, when talented players can move on to train at the feeder club – HK Premier Division side Eastern Salon.

Key locations: King’s Park; USRC Pitch; YMCA (Tung Chung) Pitch

 

Brazilian Football Academy

Brazilian Football Academy offers classes and builds teams for boys and girls who engage in tournaments and friendly matches around Hong Kong and overseas. Their aim is to remove the emphasis from winning and focus on long term development of players, by celebrating spirit, sportsmanship, skill and good character.

Key locations: Stanley Ho Sports Centre; Discovery Bay North Plaza Sports Pitch; Norwegian International School; Kingston International School; German Swiss International School; Repulse Bay Club; Hong Kong Country Club; Chinese Academy Hong Kong

 

Dream Sports Academy

The aim of this academy is to correct and modify methods of training. With ex-professional players as coaches, each area will be well developed. Students will be trained according to their skill level and needs, which means a proper evaluation will take place and an appropriate training arrangement will be designed for them based on their evaluation results.

Address: Harrow International School, 38 Tsing Ying Rd, Tuen Mun

 

Elite Soccor HK

Elite Soccer HK focuses on developing the athlete’s ball control skills through maximising “Foot on the Ball Time” and mastering the “First Touch”. The programme also emphasises specific coordination and balance training essential for improving one’s soccer performance. Elite Soccer is targeted at qualified athletes committed to soccer and focused on achieving their maximum potential as a player. 

Address: G/F, Ha Lung Industrial Building, 52 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang

 

ESF Lions Football

The highly qualified coaching team will instil a love of the game through fun, progressive and age appropriate football sessions. Starting from the youngest players and building all the way through to PDP and Academy programmes, players have fantastic opportunities to develop their skills in a supportive and safe environment.

Key locations: King George V School; Renaissance College; Bradbury School; Clearwater Bay School; Sha Tin Junior School; Sha Tin College; Kennedy School; Glenealy School; Conduit Road Service Reservoir Playground; Peak School; Quarry Bay School

 

GMF Sports Academy

GMF has designed a systemic training protocol according to players’ ages and skill levels. The programme includes: sports skills development, sports knowledge, uses of techniques, and personal disciplines. GMF’s director and coaching teams will closely monitor every players’ learning progress throughout the programme.

Address: South China Athletic Association, 88 Caroline Hill Rd, Causeway Bay

 

HK Dragons FC Ltd.

HK Dragons FC offers football coaching for girls and boys of all abilities from age three to 18, as well as football camps at various times during the year for all Lantau residents. The Dragons motivates players to try new things, develop their game skills and realise their full potential, both on and off the pitch. Members have the opportunity to compete in tournaments and matches. Football birthday parties are also available.

Key locations: Discovery Bay; Stanley; Mui Wo; Pui O

 

Hong Kong Football Club

The primary objectives of the Junior Soccer activities at Hong Kong Football Club are to provide children with a fun and enjoyable experience while learning and improving their skills for the gam while also providing the opportunity for children to take part in competitive football games and to realise their full potential.

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Rd, Happy Valley

 

Kinder Kicks

Kinder Kicks is a football play programme for children from walking to five years old. Professional coaches teach a wide variety of exciting games where students enjoy themselves while learning the basics of football. Each activity is designed to improve a young child’s motor skills and social skills while having fun.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Kowloon Cricket Club

Football is one of the most popular sections in the KCC with more than 250 junior and youth players taking part in football training, matches and other events over the course of a season.

Address: Kowloon Cricket Club, 10 Cox’s Rd, Jordan

 

Little Kickers

Little Kickers offer football classes tailored to different age groups. Coaches follow “Play not Push”, which means teaching football in a fun, pressure-free environment, giving children a positive introduction to sport as a whole. Coached in the right way, football can stimulate imagination and aid early development skills such as learning colours and numbers, following instructions and playing as a team.

Key locations: Island School; Mong Kok; BP International; West Island School; Tin Hau Danzstage; South China Athletic Association; Chai Wai Youthsquare

 

Ronaldo Academy

Ronaldo Academy is a premier network of football schools for young people. It holds as its core objective spreading Ronaldo’s ‘Phenomenal’ playing style throughout the world. Through the Ronaldo football methodology, the Academy will stimulate young players to strive for their dreams, to thrive on the playing field, and to cultivate good life values.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Sai Kung Bulldogs Football Club

Sai Kung Bulldogs is a welcoming, supportive and all-inclusive football club for players of all abilities including; toddlers (age 2-4), kids (age 5-9), advanced (age 10-17)  and veteran (age 18+). Their mission is to help develop healthy, happy, confident, integrated and skillful football players.

Key locations: Sai Kung Wai Man Road Playground Football Pitch; Pak Kong Football Pitch

 

Sai Kung Sharks Football Club

The Sai Kung Sharks is a fun, family oriented football club at the heart of Sai Kung. It provides the community with an inspired and enthusiastic football coaching school to help develop children’s sporting and social skills.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Football from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Sport4Kids

Learning football from a young age is a great way for children to develop quick, sharp reflexes and coordination along with social skills from working as part of a team. Along with these, there are so many other great health benefits.

Key locations: Dalton School; French International School; Happy Valley; Ho Chung Football Pitch; Island Christian Academy; La Chouette Ecole; Malvern College; Wai Man Road Playground Sai Kung

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Football can facilitate coordination, balancing and collaboration in young children. During these lessons, children will learn from basic level and then build on these skills until they are prepared to play competetively in team matches.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

Tai Tam Tigers

All junior soccer programmes at HKIS are coached and coordinated through the Tai Tam Tigers Soccer Academy. The Academy provides programmes that cater to the various needs within the community and aims to promote a love for football. The students will be coached the fundamental skills and scrimmages take place towards the end of the session to help students implement these skills.

Address: Hong Kong International School, 1 Red Hill Rd, Tai Tam

 

Tinytots

Tinytots classes combine a series of activities that use imaginative play, familiar games, visual skills and creative participation to engage children and ensure maximum enjoyment from participating in sports. 

Key locations: Stanley Ho Sports Centre; Discovery Bay Community Hall; Woodland Montessori Pre-School Mid-levels; Discovery College; Hong Kong Football Club; The International Schools Foundation Pre-School; Ganeynu Carmel Kindergarten; Kingston International Kindergarten

 

YMCA

This course will integrate basic football skills into the programme while teaching in a playful method, making it easier for children to adapt to the classroom activity and cultivate interest in football.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Golf

Child and instructor during golf lesson

Australian Golf Academy

Australian Golf Academy is affiliated with the Australian Golf Teachers Federation(AGTF) and is one of the only academies in Hong Kong that issues recognised certificates for Junior Golfers. The AGTF in Australia is specialises in providing training for future golf teachers and amateur golfers. For years, AGTF has trained thousands of well-qualified teachers in Australia and many of them are now teaching in the Asian Region professionally.

Key locations: South China Athletic Association, 88, 88 號 Caroline Hill Rd, Causeway Bay; Basement, B03, Capri Price, Tong Yin Street, Tseung Kwan O

 

Hong Kong Cricket Club

The Golf centre gives members the opportunity to practice their skills, whatever their level. Junior Golf Clinics are available throughout the year, please contact Kingsley or the Sports Desk for more information.

Address: The Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Rd, Tai Tam

 

Hong Kong Golf and Tennis Academy

Hong Kong Golf and Tennis Academy’s teaching system is grounded by the same fundamentals used by the 18-time Major Champion, Jack Nicklaus. All Nicklaus Academy Certified Coaches share an understanding of teaching the game through the principles of technological integration, physical and mental conditioning and consistent training.

Address: 81 Tai Chung Hau, Sai Kung

 

Kau Sai Chau

The main objective of Kau Sai Chau instructors is to develop quality teaching principles such as Grip, Aim, Set-Up and Posture (GASP). From there, instructors work towards creating a complete golfer that will have the opportunity to enjoy this great game for years to come.

Address: The Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Gold Course, Sai Kung

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Golf from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

The Golf School of Hong Kong

Does you child want to give golf a go or looking to improve their skills? The Gold School of Hong Kong offers kids classes on Saturdays at 11am and Sundays at 10am, classes are one hour long and only HK$300 per session. More advanced courses are also available.

Key locations: South China Athletic Association; Tai Po Golf Park Driving Range; Whitehead Driving Range

 

Gymnastics

Kid practicing gymnastics sports in Hong Kong

Acornfield Academy

The course is suitable for children from 3 to 5 years old. Through different games and the theme of the course, students will train to continue their interest in learning, to provide enough time to learn and familiarise themselves with the basics of gymnastics.

Address: Room 1605, 16th Floor, Tak Fuk Building, 16 Wang Kiu Road, Kowloon Bay

 

ESF Gymnastics

Gymnastics is unique from every other sport. Participation in gymnastics provides a strong foundation in other sports by helping children develop fine motor skills, coordination, balance and flexibility. ESF coaches are very experienced with backgrounds ranging from reigning World Champions, Artistic competitive gymnastics, National team members and more.

Key locations: Bradbury School; Kennedy School; West Island School; South Island School; Sha Tin Junior; Sha Tin College; Clearwater Bay School; Peak School; Renaissance College; Glenealy School; Discovery College; Quarry Bay School

 

My Gym

My Gym’s main objectives are to ensure that classes are safe, age-appropriate and optimal for building self-esteem. Classes offer structured activity programmes that incorporate pre-gymnastic songs, dances, relays, group games and other fun activities. Safe, custom-designed apparatus inspires children to discover the delights of physical activity while a low student-teacher ratio ensures maximum attention for each child.

Key locations: 17th Floor, Coda Plaza, 51 Garden Road, Central; Hecny Tower, 1st Floor, 9 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

My Kiddy Gym

My Kiddy Gym is here to help you build your child into a healthy and confident individual starting from 3 months through to 5 years covering different aspects of a child’s growth. Through group gymnastics classes, My Kiddy Gym builds confidence in your child by ensuring that they are noticed for even the smallest of achievements.

Address: Room 1515, 15/F, Leighton Centre, 77 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Gymnastics from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Proactiv Sports

Formerly Sports4Kids, the Proactiv Sports syllabus has been created around the curriculum from British Gymnastics, the UK’s National Governing Body for Gymnastics. It is their mandate to develop young gymnasts and support those with the ability to compete at a high level. They offer two different Gymnastics programmes – Artistic, Rhythmic, for all levels & abilities. Classes are executed within their usual environment of fun, passion and encouragement, coupled with great attention to technique and performance quality. 

Key locations: Dalton School; French International School; Happy Valley; Ho Chung Football Pitch; Island Christian Academy; La Chouette Ecole; Malvern College; Wai Man Road Playground Sai Kung

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Offering artistic and rhythmic gymnastics to children from the age of 1.5 years, Sportscene aims to teach boys and girls gymnastics fundamentals and techniques through a step-by- step progression.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

Sportsmanship International Ltd.

Sportsmanship International is going into a new era. It aims not only to teach gymnastics to boost children’s confidence and physical fitness, but also to go into more body, mind and spirit activities.

Address: ESF Discovery College, 38 Siena Ave, Discovery Bay

 

The Little Gym

At The Little Gym, fun environments are conducive to the kind of learning that prepares children for life’s adventures. Through programmes that revolve around active play, the traditional school experience is complemented – even before kids are at school age! The Little Gym is a safe environment for children to build confidence, and develop key skills.

Address: Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

 

Trybe

Trybe is one of Hong Kong’s premier training centres for gymnastics, weightlifting, acrobatics and movement. Whether you are looking to increase your fitness, strength, mobility, body sense or pick up some new skills, the 3,500 square foot facility in Wong Chuk Hang has it all.

Address: Unit 209-210, 2/F, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang

 

YMCA

The Gymnastics programme at YMCA teaches children various skills, including rolling, jumping and balancing to relax their muscle tension caused by daily routine. The trampoline programme aims at teaching the basic skills, including straight jump, seat drop and pike straddle jump; and to enhance participants’ agility and limbs development.

Address: 41 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

YWCA

YWCA provides a specially designed, progressive programme by professional gymnastics coaches for young children. Through gymnastics based activities, children can learn and develop skills in the sport and be confident.

Address: 1 Macdonnell Rd, Central

 

Hockey

Practicing field hockey sport in Hong Kong

Discovery Bay Pirates

Mini hockey includes age groups U6, U8, U10, U12 and U14. The hockey division has focused on building a simple structure for coaching that develops the players across all age groups along with providing a development pathway for players.  

Address: Discovery Bay International School, Discovery Bay Road, Discovery Bay

 

Gojra Sports Club HK

Gojra is a new team participating in the Hong Kong mini and youth league. The name “Gojra” comes from a club in a small city in Pakistan.

Address: King’s Park Hockey Ground, 23 King’s Park Rise, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon

 

Hong Kong Cricket Club

HKCC runs youth and mini programmes with a total of over 150 children participating in training and attending various tournaments that are run across the season. Participants ages range from four to 18 years old who attend Saturday mornings and mid-week sessions that run in sync with the ESF school year. There is also an annual October (ESF) Half Term Clinic with specialised individual and team training for smaller groups.

Address: Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Rd, Tai Tam

 

Hong Kong Football Club

Mini hockey gives kids a fun experience, whilst learning and improving their skills for the game. HKFC provides coaching catering to all levels of ability and combines the service professional coaches with a number of experienced parent volunteer coaches. Youth teams are open to both HKFC members and non-members, and act as the bridge from Mini to Senior hockey within HKFC. Youth coaching develops player fitness and builds on the skill levels gained at Mini level.

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Rd, Happy Valley

 

Kai Tak Mini Hockey Association

Children from 5 years old onwards may represent Kai Tak in some Mini Hockey tournaments and play with other Mini Hockey teams in Hong Kong.

Address: Lok Fu Recreation Ground, 1 Heng Lam St, Lo Fu Ngam

 

Khalsa Sports Club

Khalsa Sports Club were crowned Hong Kong Hockey Association Premier Division Champions for 2012-13. This is their  second  premier division title, the last one in 2010-11. Several of Khalsa players are in the national team, both in the senior and junior squads.

Address: King’s Park Hockey Ground, 23 King’s Park Rise, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon

 

Kowloon Cricket Club

The Hockey Section is one of the largest Sporting Sections at the KCC with six adult teams, two youth teams and five mini-hockey teams.

Address: Kowloon Cricket Club, 10 Cox’s Rd, Jordan

 

Valley Fort RFC

Mini and Youth Hockey programmes are dedicated to bringing the enjoyment of hockey to a new generation of players. Valley aims to provide children not only with Hockey skills but a lifelong enjoyment of sport. 

Address: Happy Valley Recreation Ground, Pitch 9

 

Horse Riding

kids horse riding outside

Beas River Equestrian Centre

BREC offers members the best in equestrian facilities in Hong Kong with expert levels of tuition in all equestrian disciplines. Recognised by the British Horse Society (BHS) as an approved riding, livery and exam centre, BREC has the facilities to support riders of all levels – from beginners who wish to start riding to experienced riders who wish to train further.

Address: Beas River Country Club, Lot 922 in DD94, Sheung Shui, New Territories

 

Clearwater Bay Equestrian Centre

​The CEEC is a private member-based equestrian centre with riding options available for non-members also.

Address: Lobster Bay, Lung Ha Wan Road, Clearwater Bay

 

Hong Kong Pony Club

This overseas branch of the British Pony Club is a non-profit organisation set up to promote the riding and care of ponies by Hong Kong children. It does this through fun activities and camps, but is not a riding school and does not offer regular riding lessons.

Address: Tuen Mun Public Riding School, Lot 45 Lung Mun Road, Tuen Mun

 

International Riding Centre

IRC is one of the largest private horse riding centres in Hong Kong. Encompassing an area of 160,000 square feet, including five large irrigated sand paddocks offering suitable riding environments for riders of all levels, both adults and children.

Address: No. 228 Fan Kam Road, Pat Heung, Yuen Long

 

Lei Yue Mun Public Riding School

Managed by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, the Lei Yue Mun Public Riding School is a large-scale public riding facility located in the urban area. It occupies an area of 43,000 square feet.

Address: 75 Chai Wan Rd, Chai Wan Gap

 

Lo Wu Saddle Club

Lo Wu Saddle Club’s British Horse Society accredited team of instructors offer lessons in English and Cantonese to riders of all levels of experience, from those taking their very first lessons to those seeking professional qualifications or competing at the highest levels in Hong Kong.

Address: Ho Sheung Heung-STT 1408 (TP), Sheung Shui

 

Pokfulam Public Riding School

Located at the foot of Pokfulam Reservoir Road, Pokfulam Public Riding School is a peaceful oasis not far from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Pokfulam Public Riding School offers an extensive range of riding lessons and equine related leisure activities as well as workshops.

Address: 75 Pokfulam Reservoir Road, Pokfulam

 

Tuen Mun Public Riding School

Managed by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, the Tuen Mun Public Riding School is the largest public riding facility in Hong Kong. It occupies an area of 374,600 square feet.

Address: Lot No. 45 Lung Mun Road, Tuen Mun

 

Ice Sports

Kids playing ice hockey

Cityplaza Ice Palace

Cityplaza Ice Palace Skating School offers multi-level ice skating courses to cater for various needs of students. Private and group lessons are available. Courses include Summer Skating Camp, Recreational Programme, Core Training Programme.

Address: 18 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing

 

Festival Walk Glacier Skating School

Festival Walk Glacier is committed to bringing a world-class skating experience to Hong Kong and to raise local ice-skating standards to international-competition levels. Its skating school features a comprehensive and well-designed curriculum that is proven to satisfy the needs of skaters at all levels.

Address: Shop UG-21, Level UG, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong

 

Hong Kong Academy of Ice Hockey

The Hong Kong Academy of Ice Hockey (HKAIH) is a non-profit making sports organisation founded in 2007, with the objective of promoting and developing ice hockey as a sport for all in Hong Kong. The Academy also offers quality education to young ice hockey players under the professional sport development system.

Address: Units 1184 & 1186, 11/F, KITEC, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay

 

Hong Kong Junior Tigers

The Junior Tigers welcome boys and girls from the age of four to 18. The primary objective of the Junior Tigers is to provide children with a fun and enjoyable experience while learning and improving their ice hockey skills. The Junior Tigers provides coaching which caters for all levels of ability.

Address: The Rink at Elements, Cityplaza Ice Palace

 

Hong Kong Typhoons Ice Hockey Club

Hong Kong Typhoons ice hockey club is one of the strongest in Hong Kong, training kids (five to 15 years old) to be future hockey stars. If you want your children to have a team sport, this is it.  The team bonding is very strong and kids always have fun.  The coaches are from North America and Europe.

Address: Megabox, Festival Walk, Elements

 

Mega Ice

Learn Ice Hockey and Figure Skating at Mega Ice, taught by professional instructors. With classes for all levels ability, there is something here for everyone to try.

Address: Unit 1, Level 10, MegaBox, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay

 

The Rink

The Rink provides professional skating training services by well experienced coaches. You can book using the online system to choose a suitable coach for you to learn skating under professional coach instruction.

Address: G/F, Elements, No. 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

 

Martial arts

kids practicing martial art sport in Hong Kong

Acornfield Academy

This course is suitable for children from the age of 4, and there are also parent-child courses. Different games and course themes provide enough time for children to learn and familiarise with the movements, cultivate students’ interest in continuing sports, and lay a good foundation for Muay Thai.

Address: Room 1605, 16th Floor, Tak Fuk Building, 16 Wang Kiu Road, Kowloon Bay

 

Cheung Do Kwan Taekwondo

All Taekwondo lessons are conducted by World Taekwondo Federation Black Belt Korean Masters. Age groups three to nine and beginner levels focus on the culture, etiquette and manner of Taekwondo. Once students understand that Taekwondo is an art for self-defense they will focus on skills and detail.

Key locations: Fortress Hill; Shek Tong Tsui; One Island South; Discovery Bay; The Repulse Bay Club; Aberdeen Marina Club; The American Club; Siena Club; The University of Hong Kong

 

Chito Ryu Karate

Chito Ryu Karate has been operating in Hong Kong since 1995.  They offer a comprehensive and complete karate training programme for children and teenagers.  The benefits of Karate include improving one’s coordination, flexibility, balance, posture, agility and strength.  

Address: 4B, Vincent House, 513-515 Lockhart House, Causeway Bay

 

CoAct Ltd.

Wing Chun is a martial art that uses a logic and scientific theory. It can be used for self-defense as well as physical fitness. Wing Chun is different from other martial arts because the actions do not use brute force. The motion is focussed, simple, direct and natural and is easy to learn and apply. Students can enhance their speed, balance, strength, and combat skills.

Address: Room 8D, Hing Yip centre, 31 Hing Yip street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon

 

ESF Kung Fu

ESF Kung Fu provides opportunities for children to learn self-defence whilst being introduced to new skills that will challenge their minds and bodies. This programme is designed to be fun yet disciplined. ESF provides a safe learning environment, engaging children to build up self-confidence, sense of responsibility and readiness to take up challenges.

Key locations: Kowloon Junior School; Kennedy School; Bradbury School; Peak School; Clearwater Bay School; Beacon Hill School; Renaissance College; Quarry Bay School

 

Heng Yue Yen Long Kwon Association Ltd

Heng Yue Yen Long Kwon is a complete martial art where traditional kick and punch techniques are explained together with taiqi, self-defence and weapon techniques. It focuses on technique and accessibility. HYYLK can be practised at all ages from 3 to 80 years to develop physical and spiritual faculties.

Address: 10/F Morrison Plaza, No.9 Morrison Hill Road, Wan Chai

 

Hong Kong Jiu-Jitsu

Hong Kong Jiu-Jitsu offers classes for childrem from six to 12 years old. This class starts with basic exercises, such as mat exercises, to learn control. The class continues to learn break fall, basic Jiu-Jitsu movements and respect for opponents while having fun through playing some games.

Address: Room A, 2/F, 69 Bedford Road, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon

 

Hong Kong Sports Institute

Hong Kong Sports Institute offers Wushu and Tai Chi courses for people of all ages. Wushu courses are divided into beginners, intermediate and advanced levels, providing Wushu etiquette and formalities, various techniques and form training. The Tai Chi course provides fundamental training on Yang Style.

Address: Hong Kong Sports Institute, 25 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin

 

IWKA Kung Fu

The IWKA Kung Fu programme gives your child the chance to explore their innate powers. Your child will marvel as they increase in strength, flexibility, endurance, balance, and harmony with the IWKA System. The child’s physical skills are the foundation for the development of their mental and spiritual skills.

Address: Unit 2B, Kam Hong Building, 285 Des Voeux Road

 

Mindful Wing Chun Limited

MWC strives to develop inner peace and stillness so that the highest potential of each individual can emerge through Wing Chun, meditation and contemplation/discussion. Programmes take place within a non-competitive atmosphere where students are invited to accept themselves and each other non-judgmentally. Instructors model and teach acceptance in all aspects of the students’ training.

Address: 8/F, On Lan Centre, 11-15 On Lan Street, Central

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Martial Arts from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Chinese Martial Arts can teach children a sense of discipline and confidence and is offerent to all age groups and ability levels. Taekwondo will help children improve their cardiovascular and respiratory conditioning, enhance their speed, balance, concentration, flexibility, strength, and their confidence.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

YMCA

Karate, Taekwondo ang Kung Fu are Martial Arts courses offered at YWCA for children. Basic skills will be taught so that children can learn discipline as well as self defence.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Netball

Goal shooter aiming for the goal in netball

Disocovery Bay Pirates

All training takes place on a Thursday from 3.30-9.30pm at Discovery College, utilising a combination of the outdoor courts and the gym. Training sessions are split between skills drills, fitness and game time and is mixed up to keep training interesting and fun. For Division 1 and 2 players, 80% minimum attendance rate at training is expected.

Address: Discovery College, 38 Siena Ave, Discovery Bay

 

Hong Kong Cricket Club

HKCC Netball is an integral part of the competitive Netball scene in Hong Kong and has grown significantly over 25 years. The ever improving squad of junior netballers have 12 training junior teams which compete weekly in the Hong Kong Junior League. This league provides the girls with an opportunity to enjoy playing games whilst using their skills developed in the training sessions.

Address: Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Rd, Tai Tam

 

Hong Kong Football Club

HKFC strives to promote netball in a positive and sportsperson like manner providing a welcoming and friendly environment to participate in. HKFC also seeks to develop and maximise a players’ playing potential from a young age and maintain that passion to senior competition.

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Rd, Happy Valley

 

Kowloon RFC

Kowloon Netball is one of the biggest netball clubs in Hong Kong. There are over 100 members this year across eight teams, which means they are able to cater for all abilities. Kowloon Netball team members train hard and play hard but enjoy the social, fitness and friendships competitive sports brings.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Major League Sports Academy

Run dedicated and qualified coaches, including a Hong Kong Netball national team player and a physical educator of over 15 years, the MLSA Netball programme is designed to be both child friendly and engaging. Enjoyment and participation are at the core of the child centred learning model, whilst giving those with talent the opportunity to make strides ahead.

Key locations: Canadian International School, 36 Nam Long Shan Rd, Aberdeen; ISF Academy, 1 Kong Sin Wan Road, Pokfulam

 

SCAA Causeway Bay Junior Netball

The club aims to introduce netball to girls between the ages of six and 12 years old and ensures that all players enjoy the friendship, exercise and life skills that netball provides.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

The Hong Kong Netball Association

The Hong Kong Netball Association overseas seven netball divisions in Hong Kong as well as inter school competitions and the junior netball league. They also arrange training courses for players and coaches.

Address: N/A

 

Valley Fort RFC

Valley’s Youth Netball focuses on establishing good movement patterns, developing strong netball skills  as well as netball specific fitness and techniques, empowering players confidence, leadership skills and ultimately aiding them to become the best netballers they can be.

Address: Aberdeen Sports Ground, 108 Wong Chuk Hang Rd

 

Rock climbing and bouldering

kid rock climbing and bouldering indoors

Active Kids Sports Club

Active Kids Sports Club provides rock climbing lessons to introduce fundamental skills as well as programmes to help your child progress to an advanced level.

Address: Stanley Ho Sports Centre, 10 Sha Wan Dr, Sandy Bay

 

Attic V

Whether you are a completely beginner to rock climbing, a bouldering pro, looking for a great workout or new activities to do, Attic V is the place to be. The gym features high and wide bouldering walls, as well as a large training area equipped with the latest climbing systems. There are suitable and exciting challenges for every size, age and ability. 

Address: Shop B, G/F, Tin Fung Industrial Mansion, 63 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang

 

GoNature HK Ltd.

GoNature offers not only climbing lessons but birthday parties, social gatherings and cooperate training. Indoor climbing is the safest way to do what people perceive to be an extreme sport, in a safe environment. GoNature have climbing and bouldering routes with a great range of climbs which are suitable for people of all ages and abilities.

Address: Unit C2, G/F, Wing Hing Industrial Building, 14 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon

 

Just Climb

Just Climb is committed to nurturing a new generation, making rock climbing a driving force for lifelong interest and positive energy. The children’s rock climbing course is divided into eight levels and is taught by professional athletes. During the climbing process, students can use their thinking, exercise judgment and concentration, and enhance their self-confidence and independent problem-solving skills.

Key locations: Chai Wan; San Po Kong

 

Rockstars

Rockstars provide after-school activities for Hong Kong International School’s Community Programme. The kids courses, open to children as young as five and from any school, offer a unique opportunity for individual development in a group setting.

Key locations: Hong Kong International School, 1 Red Hill Rd, Tai Tam; Shek O

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Sportscene rock climbing courses are designed to suit everyone of different ages, genders and physical ability. The coaches will design the most suitable routine for the students individually according to their ability. Beginner, intermediate and advanced lessons are available.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

The Player Climbing Gym

Located near Mei Foo MTR, The Player Climbing Gym features over 5,000 square feet of bouldering walls and a 4.5 metre rope climbing wall. The climbs are suitable for both beginners and more experienced climbers.

Address: Shop No. 6B1, Lai Chi Kok Bay Garden, 272 Lai King Hill Rd, Kowloon

 

Verm City Climbing Club

Verm City, located in Quarry Bay, is the largest rock climbing gym in the city that offers bouldering, top rope climbing, “Augmented Climbing Wall” and “Clip ‘n Climb”. Children who are physically active on a regular basis will reap enormous benefits from learning to climb.

Address: 4/F, Kodak House 1, 321 Java Road, Quarry Bay

 

YMCA

The YMCA Indoor Climbing Wall is suitable for climbers of all abilities. There are many programmes run by experienced instructors, including a Children’s and Youth Training Camp which is available throughout the year.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Rugby

kids playing rugby at sports summer camp Hong Kong

Aberdeen Dolphins Rugby Club

Aberdeen Dolphines Rugby Club is a district rugby club under the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union. As a non-profit community sports club sponsored by LCSD of Hong Kong government, the club was formed and run by parent volunteers.

Address: Aberdeen Sports Ground, 108 Wong Chuk Hang Rd

 

Causeway Bay RFC

In association with South China Athletic Association, Causeway Bay RFC offers rugby to boys and girls of all ages. Providing training in a fun and safe enironment with experienced and professional coaches. Causeway bay RFC strives to raise players to be the best they can be.

Address: So Kon Po Recreation Ground, 55 Caroline Hill Road, So Kon Po

 

CoAct Ltd.

Tag Rugby provides an interesting and enjoyable introduction to rugby through a systematic course run by qualified coaches in a safe environment. It includes basic theory, fundamental team skills, and fitness training.

Address: Room 8D, Hing Yip centre, 31 Hing Yip street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon

 

Discovery Bay Pirates RFC

The Discovery Bay Pirates RFC exists to teach rugby, sportsmanship and team spirit to all interested youth on Lantau Island. Training takes place throughout the week and at weekends.

Address: Discovery College, 38 Siena Ave, Discovery Bay

 

HKU Sandy Bay

HKU Sandy Bay RFC is a rugby club for all. The club aims to provide excellent resources and support for players and coaches to increase playing opportunities for women and youth players. This enables the club to be an inclusive family-friendly community of like-minded people, with the goal of achieving results at the highest levels of HK rugby.

Address: Stanley Ho Sports Centre, 10 Sha Wan Dr, Sandy Bay

 

Hong Kong Football Club

Youth Rugby at HKFC is open to girls and boys, both members and non-members. It is organised by age group with Mini Rugby from U5 to U12, with dedicated Girls Rugby at U9/10, and U11/12. After Mini-Rugby, the atheletes move on to Colts Rugby, from U13 to U19, with dedicated Girls Rugby at U14, U16 and U19.

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Road, Happy Valley

 

Monkey Mini Rugby Club

Monkey Mini Rugby Club provides regular training and matches for children aged 4.5 to 12 years. The mini rugby is divided into three grades which allows the players to learn the rules of rugby step by step and to master the skills of the sport. This provides a solid base for the players to develop their rugby skills.

Address: Causeway Bay Sports Ground, Causeway Bay Road, Causeway Bay

 

Rugbytots Hong Kong

The Rugbytots motto is; “make it more fun”. They do this by delivering a specifically designed rugby programme with energy, enthusiasm and excitement. This creates an atmosphere in the class that is totally unique and engaging for parents and children alike. 

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Sai Kung Stingrays

The Sai Kung Stingrays is an enthusiastic family oriented rugby club. Their main focus is the development of boys and girls rugby in a safe, friendly and fun environment. Girls are very well represented at Stingrays with many talented players.

Key locations: Sai Kung Stadium; King’s Park Sports Ground

 

Shatin Sha Pei RFC

Accompanied by their parents, children under the age of 12 are welcomed to mini rugby, an excellent way to be introduced to the sport. Through mini rugby, chuldren can develop teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship.

Key locations: Sha Tin Hin Tin Playground; Renaissance Collage

 

Tai Po RFC

Affiliated with Hong Kong Rugby Association, Tai Po RFC is largely run by parents and volunteers. Tai Po RFC brings community and family together, providing children and young people in the area with wholesome activities and to promote rugby.

Address: Tai Po Kwong Fuk Park Football Stadium, Kwong Chun St, Tai Po

 

The Flying Kukris

The Flying Kukris offer rugby training for both boys and girls every Sunday morning. Parents are encouraged to take part by joining the coaching staff as the Flying Kukris are a volunteer club.

Key locations: Education University of Hong Kong; Tin Shui Wai Community Rugby Ground; Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground; Hong Kong Football Club; Happy Valley Sports Ground; Hong Lok Yuen International School; King’s Park; Sandy Bay; Shek Kip Mei Sports Ground

 

TSW Eagle Rugby Club

TSW Eagle’s mission is to promote family harmony in building child-parent relationships. In today’s society, where TV and computer games play such a significant part in children’s leisure time, rugby provides an excellent opportunity to promote perserverance, teamwork and social interaction.

Key locations: Tin Shui Wai Sport Ground; Tin Yip Park Stadium

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Swimming

swimming teacher teaching water safety for kids

26 Coaching

26 Coaching offers swim sessions for swimmers of all abilities and provide the chance to improve fitness, technique, or train for a specific swim event. Each session targets a different training zone depending on each swimmers race goals. Private 1:1 training is also available.

Address: Chinese International School, 1 Hau Yuen Path, Braemar Hill

 

Active Kids Sports Club

Active Kids Sports Club provides swimming lessons to introduce fundamental skills as well as programmes to help your child progress to an advanced level.

Address: Stanley Ho Sports Centre, 10 Sha Wan Dr, Sandy Bay

 

ESF Sharks Swimming

ESF Sharks Swimming lessons are the ideal opportunity for children to experience a positive and exciting introduction to water and the sport of swimming. ESF follows AUS, USA and UK standards to ensure safety and maintain rigour in their methods of teaching swimming. 

Key locations: Discovery College; Renaissance College; Sha Tin College; South Island School

 

Float Plus

Caring, patient, and highly qualified instructors make every class fun and educational! The Spring Term runs from April through June at various indoor and outdoor pools on HK Island. 

Key locations: The Repulse Bay Club; Hong Kong Football Club; Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club

 

Harry Wright

Teaching from infant aquatics to competetive swimming. Lessons are designed to give children all the skills they need to enjoy the sport of swimming, as well as providing pathways of excellence for competitive swimmers.

Key locations: West Island School; South China Athletic Association; Aberdeen Marina Club; Hong Kong Country Club; Club Sienna; Discovery Bay International School; Kellett School Kowloon Bay; Morrison Hill Swimming Pool

 

Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association

The Hong Kong Amateur Swimming Association has for the past 50 years been promoting and developing swimming in Hong Kong – nurturing elite swimmers and providing training to athletes, officials, judges and coaches in Hong Kong. It has 120 affiliated clubs with over 8,000 registered athletes.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

Hong Kong Football Club

Swimming lessons are available at Hong Komg Football Club for members only. Swimmers aged nine to 16 must already be able to swim 400m continuously in one stroke and demonstrate the basics of the other three strokes.

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Rd, Happy Valley

 

Hong Kong Hurricanes Swimming

Swimming is a life skill that every child should learn. The water is a fantastic place to develop kinaesthetic sense, gliding and buoyancy. Swimming is a low impact activity that has been proven to reduce stress, and with a variety of classes and levels, everyone can cause a storm with the Hurricanes!

Address: Australian International School, 3A, Norfolk Rd, Kowloon Tong

 

Hong Kong Sports Institute

Hong Kong Sports Institute provides junior level swimming training courses. The programme is designed by HKSI qualified swimming coachs and is one of the most successful courses in the HKSI. All coaches are qualified and experienced to teach.

Address: Hong Kong Sports Institute, 25 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin

 

Infant Aquatics Hong Kong

Infant Aquatics, the only US Certified Infant Aquatics Survival Specialists in Hong Kong, teaches survival swimming to infants and toddlers, who will learn to swim unassisted and rotate to breathe independently in six weeks. Children will be able to survival float fully clothed in four weeks.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Swimming from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Sportscene Ltd.

The swimming programme at Sportscene is a year-round programme, designed to teach children swimming fundamentals and techniques through a step-by-step progression. Students will develop self-awareness, positive thinking, desire to achieve and compassion for the others through this course.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

Stanford Swim School

Stanford Swim School is one of the largest in Hong Kong, and the very first to be awarded with international recognition. Offering lessons in pools all over Hong Kong, you’ll be sure to find a pool that’s close to you.

Location: Classes all over Hong Kong

 

YMCA

Swimming lessons are available at YMCA for children as young as six months. Each level is tailored to the skills of the swimmers and anyone of any swimming background may join.

Address: 41 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Squash

kids playing squash

CoAct Ltd.

This course teaches the basics of squash. It provides more opportunity for participants who completed the Elementary Training Course to go for further training. This programme aims to cultivate the squash talent over the territory through training courses of higher levels and novice competition.

Address: Room 8D, Hing Yip centre, 31 Hing Yip street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon

 

Hong Kong Cricket Club

Played in air-conditioned courts from early morning to late at night, Squash is a popular sport played at HKCC. Junior programmes are run daily by a professional coach. Club tournaments for juniors are also organised every season.

Address: Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Rd, Tai Tam

 

Hong Kong Football Club

HKFC aims to introduce and promote the game of squash to children, striving to provide a fun and enjoyable experience to help develop and refine their skills through a safe and healthy environment that accentuates the children’s personal growth and demonstrates good sporting values. Although HKFC seeks to develop talented players to a level where they can represent the club, the core mission is to bring the game to as many children as possible.

Address: Hong Kong Football Club, 3 Sports Rd, Happy Valley

 

Hong Kong Sports Institute

Badminton courses at Hong Kong Sports Institute are divided into Junior and Adult classes. Courses are designed by professional coaches so that every player has the chance to achieve their highest potential. Junior classes are designed for participants aged 6 -17 years old.

Address: Hong Kong Sports Institute, 25 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin

 

Hong Kong Squash

Hong Kong Squash gives special attention to junior athletes, and benefits from having top class coaches led by Tony Choi, who leads the development elite training and is in charge of the elite movement at all levels.

Address: Hong Kong Squash Centre, 23 Cotton Tree Dr, Central

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Squash from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

YMCA

The programme follows the Award Scheme of Hong Kong Squash. Bronze Award skills are firstly taught which include ball control, straight shot and serving. Participants can improve their skills step by step with emphasis on stroke stance, footwork and rules of competition.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Table Tennis

kids playing table tennis

Hong Kong Cricket Club

Table Tennis is the foundation of many racquet sports and is used by professional athletes as an off-season training aid. As table tennis is one of the fastest pace sports, it is a great way to improve hand eye coordination for all ages.

Address: Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Rd, Tai Tam

 

Hong Kong Sports Institute

Table Tennis courses at Hong Kong Sports Institute are divided into Table Tennis courses are divided into beginners, improvers and advanced levels. Courses are designed by professional coaches so that every player has the chance to achieve their highest potential.

Address: Hong Kong Sports Institute, 25 Yuen Wo Road, Sha Tin

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Table Tennis from a young age.

Address: 88 Caroline Hill Road, Causeway Bay

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Students will learn the fundamental skills needed to play table tennis such as method of holding a grip, serve, forehand and backhand rally. There are beginner and advanced classes offered at Sportscene so anyone can join.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

YMCA

The programme follows the Badge Scheme of Hong Kong Table Tennis Association and teaches Bronze Badge skills such as forehand serving, forehand and backhand half volley with push, as well as forehand and backhand attack and counter, etc.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

Tennis

kids during tennis lesson

Active Kids Sports Club

Active Kids Sports Club provides tennis lessons to introduce fundamental skills as well as programmes to help your child progress to an advanced level.

Address: Stanley Ho Sports Centre, 10 Sha Wan Dr, Sandy Bay

 

Australasia Tennis Aces

Australasia Tennis Aces aims to give all junior players the solid foundation of necessary skills and techniques combined with a positive attitude, love and passion of the game.

Key locations: Hong Kong Football Club; Hong Kong Tennis Centre; Indian Recreation Club; Harrow International School; ESF Schools; Jardine’s Lookout Residents Association; Gold Coast Residences

 

ESF Tennis

Tennis is undeniably one of the most popular family sports in the world. Players of all ages and abilities have the opportunity to enjoy tennis and challenge themselves to develop a skill set which is kept for life. 

Key locations: King George V School; South Island School; Kowloon Junior School; Clearwater Bay School; Bradbury School; Kennedy School; Peak School; Renaissance College; Glenealy School; West Island School; Beacon Hill School

 

GSM Tennis

GSM Tennis is the first and only indoor mini-tennis school that provides a full size indoor court for children to learn tennis and has developed a series of comprehensive tennis programmes to nurture the future Hong Kong tennis stars.

Address: Unit 9, 16/F, Fortress Tower, 250 King’s Road, Fortress Hill

 

Hong Kong Cricket Club

Tennis coaching at HKCC has gone from strength to strength over the years, annually seeing around 300 juniors being instructed, starting with the Tiger Tennis programme for 4-6 year olds, up to the Junior League Team squad training. The juniors also take part in holiday camps, tournaments and inter-club competitions.

Address: Hong Kong Cricket Club, 137 Wong Nai Chung Gap Rd, Tai Tam

 

Hong Kong Golf and Tennis Academy

The Bruguera Method utilises simple instructions, a step-by-step learning process and a system of certification that clearly benchmarks your progress. Teaching players to become flexible problem-solvers is one of the keys to the Bruguera Method. This gives players the confidence and ability to think on their feet, to adjust to new difficulties, to deal with change, and to take advantage of new opportunities.

Address: 81 Tai Chung Hau, Sai Kung

 

Hong Kong International Tennis Academy

The Hong Kong International Tennis Academy training programme is based on the best from both the East and West coaching philosophies and styles. Coaches come from all over the world and bring years of invaluable experience and knowledge to the academy. A unique blend of the two worlds can be of great help to players.

Key locations: Morse Park; Sai Kung Tennis Courts; Hong Kong Tennis Centre; Po Tsui Park Tennis Courts; Hintin Playground; Ma On Shan Recreational Ground

 

Sheung Tat Tennis Equipment and Training Centre

Sheung Tat Tennis Equipment and Training Centre offers professional and innovative training courses that are beyond the market standard. They do not offer classes of a very large size, but ones that every student can receive individual attention and quality coaching.

Address: Unit 2402-07, 24/F, Berkshire House, 25 Westlands Road, Quarry Bay

 

South China Athletic Association

As a non-profit making sports organisation, South China Athletic Association is committed to promoting sports within the young community and introducing sports, like Tennis from a young age.

Address: 6 Wylie Path, King’s Park, Kowloon

 

Sportscene Ltd.

Tennis is a fun course for children on all ages. Classes for younger children use small rackets, aimed at helping them gain hand-eye coordination and learn the basic strokes of tennis through tennis related games and ball sense practice. Sportscene offers many classes for many skill levels.

Address: 27/F Parkview Center, 7 Lau Li Street, Causeway Bay

 

Tennis Elite

Tennis Elite offers private and group tennis coaching for juniors of all ages and abilities, which can be arranged at your private residence or their locations. The classes are led by internationally qualified tennis coaches with a maximum of four children per group, ensuring your child’s safety and providing the highest level of coaching and productivity.   

Key locations: Peak; Mid-Levels; Pokfulam 

 

YMCA

The programme aims at training basic skills. Through drilling and different games, children can enjoy tennis and learn some basic knowledge of the sport.

Address: 41 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

 

YWCA

Children of all ages can learn to play tennis either indoors or outdoors with either Coach Larry Sanders or Coach Chris Hunt.

Key locations: Hong Kong Tennis Centre; Victoria Park Tennis Centre

You might also be interested in: Kids Sports Injuries – How to Help

 

Water sports

kids kayaking

Aberdeen Boat Club

Students learn to sail in Optimists, which are specially designed seven foot dinghies and one of the most popular classes. Aberdeen Boat Club offers four stages in the Optimist training scheme, taking students from complete beginner to club racer.

Address: 20 Shum Wan Rd, Aberdeen

 

Blue Sky Sports Club

Blue Sky Sports Club offers many water sports including stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, dragon boating, wakeboarding, surfing and more. Whether you’re training for a competition or just wanting to have fun, they have courses for all ages and abilities.

Address: Sha Ha Road, 743-751 Tai Mong Tsai Rd, Sai Kung

 

Chong Hing Water Sports Centre

The Centre organises a wide range of water sports training courses including kayaking, dinghy sailing and windsurfing for the public. Individual groups or organisations may also apply with the Centre for package or tailor-made programmes.

Address: West Sea Cofferdam, High Island Reservoir, Sai Kung

 

Hebe Haven Yacht Club

The Hebe Haven Yacht Club aims to introduce children to the many facets of dinghy and keelboat sailing. Courses have been tailored to encompass beginners and improvers whether they wish to achieve certificates, race competitively, sail socially or learn to teach others. 

Address: 10.5 Miles, Hiram’s Highway, Pak Sha Wan, Sai Kung

 

HiWindlover Windsurfing

HiWindlover Windsurfing offers many water sport activities including wind surfing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and more. All ability levels are welcome and classes are small so that instructors can be attentive to participants.

Address: Stanley Main Beach, Stanley

 

Splash

Splash offers a range of PADI courses from Bubble Maker for children to Open Water Scuba Instructor and beyond for divers turning their hobby into their profession. The PADI system provides a safe and enjoyable way for anyone with an interest in diving to gain proficiency.

Address: 1/F, 10C Po Tung Rd, Sai Kung

 

St. Stephen’s Beach Water Sports Centre

The Centre organises a wide range of water sports training courses including kayaking, dinghy sailing and windsurfing for the public. Individual groups or organisations may also apply with the Centre for package or tailor-made programmes.

Address: Wong Ma Kok Path, Stanley

 

Stanley Main Beach Water Sports Centre

The Centre organises a wide range of water sports training courses including kayaking, dinghy sailing and windsurfing for the public. Individual groups or organisations may also apply with the Centre for package or tailor-made programmes.

Address: Stanley Link Road, Stanley

 

Surfing Hong Kong

Surfing Hong Kong has provided surfing instruction for children has young as four for many years. The instructors implement different methods gained from much experience to get you up on the board and catching waves quickly and confidently.

Address: Big Wave Bay, Shek O

 

Tai Mei Tuk Water Sports Centre

The Centre organises a wide range of water sports training courses including kayaking, dinghy sailing and windsurfing for the public. Individual groups or organisations may also apply with the Centre for package or tailor-made programmes.

Address: Main Dam, Plover Cove Reservoir, Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po, New Territories

 

The Jockey Club Wong Shek Water Sports Centre

The Centre organises a wide range of water sports training courses including kayaking, dinghy sailing and windsurfing for the public. Individual groups or organisations may also apply with the Centre for package or tailor-made programmes.

Address: Wong Shek Pier, Sai Kung

 

Treasure Island Group

Treasure Island offers children unforgettable fun and personal development through a series of adventure programmes. Water sports they offer include surfing, stand up paddleboarding and kayaking.

Address: Pui O Beach, Lantau Island

See also: Water Safety For Children – How to Keep Kids Safe

 

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