As everyone knows, the tickets for the Hong Kong versus China World Cup Qualifier match were sold out in mere hours, but there are more than a dozen places where fans can watch the match together, even if they cannot be at the Mong Kok Stadium.

The match tonight kicks off at 8pm. If you cannot get to any of these venues, TVB’s J2 channel will broadcast the game live, both on television and online.

Football fans gathered for a community screening in Kennedy Town. Photo: HKFP.

Hong Kong Island (5 places)

Sai Wan: Hill Road

Organiser: Western District Facebook Group

Sai Wan/Kennedy Town: Belcher Bay Park

Organiser: Hong Kong People Go Ahead Facebook Page

Sai Wan: Hong Kong West Point Baptist Church, 1G Fung Yip Building, 347-349 Des Voeux Road West

Organiser: Hong Kong West Point Baptist Church

Quarry Bay: Mount Parker Road

Organiser: Happy Quarry Bay Facebook Page

Shek Tong Tsui: Sun Yat Sen Place, University of Hong Kong

Organiser: HKU Student Union Campus TV

Hong Kong football fans at Mong Kok Stadium. Photo: Facebook/Hong Kong Premier League.

Kowloon (7 places)

Mong Kok: Outside Mong Kok Stadium

Organiser: STAY Strong HONG KONG

Mong Kok: Intersection of Sai Yeung Choi Street South and Soy Street

Organiser: Hong Kong Indigenous

Sham Shui Po: Tung Chau Street, underneath the flyover, near Jade Market and Kweilin Street

Organiser: Community Citizen Charter and Mobile Democracy Classroom

Mei Foo: Underneath the flyover, near Kwai Chung Road

Organiser: Mei Foo Home And Public Affairs

To Kwa Wan: 8/F Tung Nam Factory Building, 40 Ma Tau Kok Road

Organiser: Caritas Kowloon Community Centre

Tai Kok Tsui: Ivy Street Rest Garden

Organiser: Hong Kong People Go Ahead Facebook Page

Ngau Tau Kok: Rooftop of Easy-Pack Industrial Building, 140 Wai Yip Street (Full and cannot take more viewers until further notice)

Organiser: Pmfk AkaAhlip

The Hong Kong national football team. Photo: HKFA.

New Territories (5 places)

Shatin: New Asia Amphitheatre, New Asia College, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Organiser: Various Chinese University organisations (only for students, alumni and staff)

Shatin: Podium, Block M (Academic and Administration Building), Hang Seng Management College

Organiser: Hang Seng Management College Students’ Union

Shatin: Pai Tau Village Square, outside Shatin MTR Station Exit B, next to Ikea store

Organiser: Dawnews

Tuen Mun: Tuen Mun West Rail Station Exit B, near Tuen Mun Park

Organiser: Tuenmunity

Ma On Shan: Ground floor, Yiu Wo House, Yiu On Estate

Organiser: H.K.S.K.H. Ma On Shan (South) Children & Youth Integrated Service Centre – Jockey Club Youth Express

Kris Cheng

Kris Cheng is a Hong Kong journalist with an interest in local politics. His work has been featured in Washington Post, Public Radio International, Hong Kong Economic Times and others. He has a BSSc in Sociology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Kris is HKFP's Editorial Director.