Hong Kong Soccer Sevensi

The HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens is an annual invitational soccer tournament organised by Hong Kong Football Club. The event features two competitions, the Main tournament, which comprises the teams from prominent European and Asian clubs, and the Masters tournament, which features veteran players aged 35 and over. Founded in 1999, the event has become a popular fixture on the local sporting calendar. Leicester City were crowned champions in 2017.

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Omari Kellyman scores twice in the HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens cup final and revels in emulating former Villa star Jack Grealish by finishing as leading scorer.


Club legend believes boss Erik Ten Hag has had ‘fabulous’ first season but ‘in 2 years might not be in the job’ if results do not go Premier League side’s way.

‘You can hear how excited the fans are to be back – they’re singing, shouting, and just happy to see great football,’ HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens chairman says.

The shuttlecock is ‘so small you feel like you’re kicking the air’, Brighton’s Jack Hinchy says, while captains reveal what could decide the HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens as Newcastle target third title in a row.

Calvin Harris, who spent four years in Hong Kong, will play under Dutch manager Jaap Stam after being picked second overall in the 2021 MLS Superdraft.

Longstaff, who was part of the Newcastle United side that triumphed in Hong Kong at this year’s Soccer Sevens, scores the winner against Manchester United on his Premier League debut for the Magpies.