Hong Kong national rugby sevens team
|Union||Hong Kong Rugby Football Union|
|World Cup Sevens|
|Appearances||5 (First in 1993)|
|Best result||10th (1997)|
The Hong Kong national rugby sevens team is the national team representing Hong Kong in international rugby sevens tournaments. The team is a regular participant in the Rugby World Cup Sevens. The team's greatest achievements include winning the Silver medal at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou and winning the 2012 Asian Seven Series. Their current coach is Gareth Baber. Formerly Dai Rees was the head coach.
The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens team and the Women's sevens team has been granted elite sport status by the Hong Kong Sports Institute on 1 April 2013, which means the HKRFU national sevens teams will receive an annual stipend to be distributed to qualified players from the target teams.
In November 2013, former Wales sevens coach Gareth Baber took over as head of the men's rugby sevens programme at the Hong Kong Sports Institute. At the same time, Dai Rees was promoted to be the HKRFU's head of technical development and performance.
|Olympics Games record|
|2016||Did Not Qualify|
Squad to 2014 Hong Kong Sevens:
- Jamie Hood (Captain)
- Nick Hewson
- Raef Morrison
- Tsang Hing Hung
- Lee Jones
- Alex McQueen
- Ben Rimene
- Max Woodward
- Rowan Varty
- Kwok Ka Chun
- Tom McQueen
- Salom Yiu
- 2014 Asian Games Silver Medal
- 2013 China National Games Silver Medal
- 2010 Asian Games Silver Medal
- 2009 East Asian Games Silver Medal
- 2013 Asian Seven Series Runner-Up
- 2012 Asian Seven Series Champions
- So Wan Ling (22 February 2013). "Bring on the big boys". The Standard. Archived from the original on 5 November 2013.
- "Rugby first team sport granted Elite Sport status". Hong Kong Rugby Union. 1 April 2013.
- "HK greet new sevens coaches". The Standard (Hong Kong). 5 November 2013.