Hong Kong's All Black FC first Asian football signing for STINGZ™

We are pleased to unveil Hong Kong All Black FC’s new official home playing jersey for 2021.

All Black FC was established in Hong Kong in 2016, and is the first local amateur football club to represent the Black African refugees’ community.

The founders set out to use sport and culture as tools to fight for better social and community integration of marginalized and underprivileged migrants, refugees, and ethnic minority communities’ groups to have a better social and community integration in Hong Kong society.

When they are not training or playing football, the players take part in a host of volunteer events, such as handing out food to the elderly and homeless, and taking part in school visits.

All Black FC is today considered Hong Kong’s first ‘Multicultural Community Football Platform’ that uses football to unify young people within the community and voicing against social and community inequality, racism, and discrimination.

The team has grown from strength-to-strength, having produced a number of players that now play their trade in the Hong Kong Premiership, and have also attracted new players from all walks of life, including many local Hong Kong players.

The team’s new home jersey adopts a predominantly yellow colour-way with black and white piping and which also features STINGZ’s new mandarin collar.

The front panel features gradient chevrons, with the Club’s crest on the left chest, the WaWa Aba symbol on the left sleeve and the logo of the Club’s new title sponsor, utility sports and outdoor performance wear brand, Silvermark, on the front of the jerseys.

The Club’s crest features a proud lion with the motto ‘Heart of Lions’, which represents the fighting spirit of the Club and its members, and be able to have a place and bravely play their role to contribute to society. The WaWa Aba symbol is inspired by the WaWa seed in Africa, which remains strong and does not break easily - representing the perseverance and resilience of the Club’s players through hardship.