How to Get there?

The nearest MTR Station:

Mong Kok Station, Exit E2, or
Mong Kok East Station, Exit B

It is a short walk (5 minutes) to the stadium from the MTR Exits.

You can go there by uber or taxi.

Amenities Info

Parking is available at 33 Nelson Street, just across the street from the stadium.

More information is coming soon.


There are plenty of restaurants and fast-food shops around Mong Kok Area.

Water refill will be provided in the complex.


Badminton was first played in British India and derived from the earlier game of battledore and shuttlecock. Over the last century this game of speed, skill, strength and stamina has become extremely popular in Asia. Badminton was officially introduced as a Summer Olympic sport in 1992.

Please have your badges present when entering the complex.

Monday, November 6 – Wednesday, November 8.

Consists of 1 day of pools and 2 days of competition.

The following Tournaments will be organised:

• *Men’s/All Gender and Women’s Singles

• Men’s, Women’s and *All Genders' Doubles

**GGHK is committed to creating more inclusive spaces where everyone can participate in sports, regardless of gender identity. Therefore, the "Men's" Singles competitions have been repurposed into "Men's/All-Gender" competitions to give everyone an opportunity to participate in those events, regardless of gender identity. The "Mixed" doubles competition has been repurposed into a "All Gender" Competition to give everyone an opportunity to participate, regardless of gender identity.

Each "All Gender" doubles team must have one player who identifies as a woman. The doubles partner may include a player of any gender identity.

Tournament Format: Two sessions, Preliminary Rounds & Final Rounds in each category Round Robin


Personal Badminton Equipment: Racquet* and proper sport attire

*Racquets will be available to rent if needed


Men’s, Women’s and All Genders' Ability Divisions:

• A (International, National, and Regional)

• B+ (Competitive)

• B- (Intermediate)

• C+ (Recreational with competition experience)

• C (Recreational with little competition experience)

• C- (Recreational with no competition experience)

We encourage people with disabilities and from other diverse backgrounds to register. We endeavour to provide reasonable accommodations as may be needed, however, for this sport there may be limitations as to how we can accommodate. If you are interested, please contact us at [email protected] so we can provide you with more details.

MAX No. of Participants / Teams


Registration Fee

HK$ 600.00

Guidelines / Special Considerations or Rules

No special considerations

All information above is subject to change