Any Blues in Hong Kong?

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  1. Tugay One Cup

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    Can you recommend somewhere to watch matches?

    I'm going to be there for three weeks and will miss some pretty important games such as the league cup final, our following matches against Arsenal and Chelsea and then the second leg against Basel.
     
  2. Manchester_lalala

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    There’s loads of places to watch matches on Hong Kong Island, you won’t have a problem to watch City games.
     
  3. mushy blue

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    It's been a while since I was there but there are plenty of sports bars around. Wan Chai and Central (Hong Kong Island) and Tsim Sha Tsui (Kowloon) Lantau and Lamma Island have big expat communities, so you should be able to find pubs showing footy there as well.
     
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    Cheers mate, I appreciate the advice.
     
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    Wan Chai has some of the best late night bars (think of time difference) to watch City, but a few of them are not family friendly!
     
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    Aye, that did cross my mind. But thanks, that sounds perfect.
     
  7. Bluearmy

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    I'm in Hong Kong a few times a year. Loads of places as others have said. I'm always half cut and get taken around so struggling with names, but below might help....

    http://www.10best.com/destinations/sar,-prc/hong-kong/nightlife/sports-bars/

    I usually stay in Tsim Sha Tsui, a fair few places around there. Or Wan Chai is lively to say the least. Joe Banana's is an interesting joint to visit
     
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    Le Sports is a Hong Kong based broadcaster of the prem serving China mainland to. It always has us on in the prem. Not sure about CL.
     
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    The Hong Kong Blues usually watch at the Trafalger Brewing Co.
     

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