HSBC & Rugby

 HSBC & Rugby
HSBC is the official sponsor of the IRB's Sevens World Series

HSBC and the Sevens World Series

Marking HSBC’s fourth season as title sponsor, the 2013/14 HSBC Sevens World Series features nine tournaments in five continents and includes 15 core teams, guaranteeing yet more competitive action.

HSBC and Rugby around the world

HSBC is proud of its long term investment in the sport of rugby union around the world.

HSBC has made a strategic decision to focus its global sports sponsorship on Rugby and Golf. The values of Rugby echo those of the bank – sportsmanship, fair play, respect, courage and integrity. A particular focus for HSBC is to invest in developing rugby markets, primarily Asia, which reflects the bank’s own strategy of unlocking the potential of emerging markets around the world.

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In addition to the HSBC Sevens World Series, HSBC invests in a number of rugby properties around the world including – 

The British & Irish Lions: HSBC is the Principal Partner to The British & Irish Lions, who in 2013 will tour Australia via a stop in Hong Kong when they will play a historic game against the Barbarians. The Lions represents the coming together of four nations as one, and unites fans from around the world.  HSBC first partnered the famous touring side for the 2009 tour of South Africa, and is the first sponsor ever to renew as Principal Partner.
Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens: HSBC was announced as the new co-title sponsor of the Hong Kong Sevens with Cathay Pacific in May 2011. Hong Kong’s premier sporting event, the Hong Kong Sevens is the flagship sponsorship of HSBC’s rugby portfolio in Asia attracting thousands of fans from around the world to the city over the weekend.
Hong Kong Teams: Showing pride in its Hong Kong heritage, HSBC was announced as the principal partner of all Hong Kong teams (including men’s, women’s and age-group sides) in August 2011. The new team jersey, unveiled in November, features the Chinese characters for Wayfoong, the bank’s Chinese name, illustrating the intention to connect the teams to the broader Hong Kong community.

For further information about HSBC and Rugby, please contact Dylan Holman