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British & Irish Lions
The British and Irish Lions tour to Australia kicks off on the 1st June at the Hong Kong Stadium, with a historic game against the legendary invitational side, the Barbarians. This will be the first time ever for the British & Irish Lions to play a match in Hong Kong. The 125th Anniversary of the Lions Tour will be the pinnacle of the rugby calendar next year!
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|Hours||Gates open 16:00, Kick off 19:30, 1st June 2013|
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|Venue||Hong Kong Stadium, So Kon Po, Causeway Bay|
The Barbarians are an invitational side that attracts the world’s greatest players, they've won respect and admiration the world over for their scintillating style, wonderful approach and place in rugby history. The Barbarians have no ‘home’ ground and every player wears the socks of his club side that really brings home the cosmopolitan feel of the greatest invitational rugby side in the world.
The Lions in Hong Kong
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Keep up to date with our latest news
Barbarians announced squad for June 1 clash in Hong Kong http://goo.gl/FCneM
Former Lions players Ugo Monye, Joe Worsely & Brian O’Driscoll can be spotted on the Lions tram all over HK.
Rowan Varty to don the famous black-and-white Barbarians shirt against the Lions. http://goo.gl/nO8GS
Adidas have launched in Hong Long the 125th anniversary British & Irish Lions shirt for the 2013 tour of Australia.
A few diehard fans took over Hong Kong Stadium in Lions morph suits at the Rugby Sevens last weekend despite the hot weather!!
Last week Bill joined Wai Bei, Hong Kong's Rugby Team Mascot, at local schools in HK writing good luck messages on the giant shirt
Sunday 3rd Feb, Bill, resplendent in his brand new red Lions shirt joined in the fun at the Valley Fort Mini Rugby Tournament.
15th Jan 2013- Cocktail reception was held at the British Consulate to welcome the Lions Management team to Hong Kong.