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Get your tickets for the Hong Kong football match

Published on: 18th November 2019

The popular event, which will take place on 7th January, is always a sell-out.

The thirteenth bi-annual Hong Kong Football match, where the giants of the toy, licensing and media worlds take on a Hong Kong Eleven at the Happy Valley Stadium football ground, will be taking place on Tuesday 7th January.

Always a popular event, the crowd assembles from 6pm onwards, while the match kicks-off at 6.30pm. Drinks – which are all included in the ticket price – are available throughout the evening, while a buffet is served after the match has finished. The evening will conclude with a disco.

The ticket price for the event is £130. Organiser David Bramford commented: “I hope you will agree this is fantastic value for an ‘all inclusive’ night in Hong Kong. On past experience, this has been the night everyone wants to attend and is always a sell-out. Demand for tickets is already high, so I would ask all those people who plan to attend to get their confirmation in as soon as possible.”

All profits from the event go to The Fence Club Charity, which supports many children’s charities. The last five Hong Kong Football matches have collectively raised over £100,000 for the charity. There is also a range of sponsorship opportunities available for those companies looking for additional ways to get involved.

For more information about the event or to book your tickets, contact david.bramford@charactergroup.plc.uk or Sharon.Ford@charactergroup.plc.uk.

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