|Several opportunities are available for Individuals and Companies to show their support for cricket in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Cricket Association recognizes that sponsorships are measured by the commercial return to the sponsoring company, and that potential sponsors enter such arrangements with different goals and objectives in mind.
Our marketing team is happy to discuss your particular requirements in order to deliver a cost-effective package which puts you in front of your target market. There are a number of other benefits of involvement with Hong Kong cricket which can be discussed including hospitality at events.
The following HKCA programmes are currently seeking sponsors:
- Hong Kong League Cricket
League cricket is played from September to May each year and attracts significant local media coverage. There are multiple competitions, including Saturday League, Sunday League, Women's League and Super League. League players cover the full range of cricketing nationalities with a large number of expatriates and a large and growing Asian presence.
- The Hong Kong Men's and Women's Cricket Teams
The Hong Kong men's cricket team has performed well over the past few years including victory at the ACC Trophy 2008 and runners-up at the ICC World Cricket League Division Four. Hong Kong has also played in the last two Asia Cup competitions,
garnering international attention in matches against test playing nations India, Pakistan and Bangladesh with live television coverage to millions of viewers.
The Hong Kong team also won the Team of the Year award at the Hong Kong Sports Star Awards in 2006.
The Hong Kong Women's Cricket Team has recently been involved in a number of international tournaments. Hong Kong is one of the top ranked women's cricket teams in the Asia region.
- Hong Kong Schools Cricket
School cricket is at the root of cricket's emergence in Hong Kong. Without a strong and thriving schools scene no country can hope to improve because young talent requires encouragement and nurturing during these formative years. Hong Kong's school cricket scene is developing rapidly in both numbers of schools and numbers of players wanting to take part. This provides an opportunity for a company to gain considerable exposure to the youth market.
Interested parties please e-mail the Hong Kong Cricket Association for further information on any of the above programmes. Thank you.