Hong Kong Chess Federation
- Not to be confused with the Hong Kong Chess Association 香港國際象棋協會有限公司
|Hong Kong Chess Federation|
- Founded in 1960
- HKCF joined FIDE in 1961 and is part of Zone 3.3
- President is Hon Ki Tsang 
- Member of the International Correspondence Chess Federation, delegate: Henry Leung.
- Member of the Asian Chess Federation
The HKCF organises social and competition chess in Hong Kong, and selects players to represent Hong Kong internationally, e.g. the Chess Olympiad, which takes place every second year. Hong Kong has participated at the Chess Olympiads since 1967. It also supports the development of junior players, with school championships organised as well as individual junior championships.
The Hong Kong team in the 1974 Students' Chess Olympiad consisted of five brothers aged 8 to 18. In 1990 the Hong Kong Olympiad team consisted of four players from four different countries.
The Asian Cities Chess Championship was launched by the Hong Kong Chess Federation in 1978 under the sponsorship of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank. The first Asian Cities title went to Singapore.
- Hong Kong Chess Federation Hong Kong Chess Federation Accessed 1 January 2015
- Official website
- Hong Kong Chess Association (HKCA) Limited, a non-profit organization with the main objective to promote and encourage the development of chess among students in Hong Kong.
- Federations Ranking (FIDE)
- Further reading