SCAA

History

2012

In cooperation with The HK Jockey Club – the project of Grandstand Redevelopment and grass pitch enhancement started.

2010

Completion of the renovation of the Bowling Centre and 3/F, Sports Hall (Low Block).

2009

East Asian Games Shooting Competition took place at the IndoorShootRange, 7/F Sport Complex (High Block).

2002

Tennis Centre redevelopment at the King’s Park completed. Facilities include 6 outdoor tennis courts, administration office, changing rooms, snack bar and car park.

1999

Commencement of redevelopment of Tennis Centre, King’s Park.

1988

The 17-storey multi-purpose Sports Complex (High Block), costing $90M, completed, accommodating a variety of sports.

1976

Erected a 7-storey building named Sport Centre (Low Block).

1966

40- laneBowling Centre completed, the then largest Bowling Centre in Hong Kong. (20 extra lanes added in 1977).

1960

Golden Jubilee celebration.




1958

The King’s Park Tennis Pavillion rebuilt in November.

1953

Stadium (all seated) for 12,000 spectators at Caroline Hill, completed.

1950

Bathing pavilion at Ah Kung Ngam, Shaukiwan was completed.




1948

After repairing and renovation, the association resumed its services.

1946

Former enthusiastic members revived the Association after World War II.


1941

Japanese Army occupied Caroline Hill clubhouse and the bathing pavilion.

1934

A 2-storey concrete clubhouse together with spectator stands was completed at Caroline Hill.









1929

Tennis pavilion at King’s Park and bathing pavilion at Tsat Tze Mui, North Point were completed.

1927

The Government allotted the present site at Caroline Hill to the Association. Various facilities were built.

1920

South China Athletic Association was adopted and various activities were also organized, including primary school.

1916

South China Recreation Club was formed and Mr.Lo was elected as first chairman.

1910

Renamed as the South China Football Club with about forty promising players.

1908

The Association was founded in Hong Kong under its former name, the Chinese Football Team.