Sport

 

 

  • Classic cars

    EFG is a longstanding supporter of historic motor racing and we sponsor leading events worldwide, including:

    We also have a strong partnership with the British Racing Drivers' Club (as a sponsor of its Rising Stars programme).

     

  • Golf

    EFG Hong Kong Ladies Open

    EFG is the title sponsor of the EFG Hong Kong Ladies Open.
    Inaugurated in 2015, it represents one of the most popular golf events in Hong Kong. Including over 100 players from around the world, the EFG Hong Kong Ladies Open is in fact the first and only golf tournament in Hong Kong in which players can earn Rolex World Ranking points. 

    www.hkladiesopen.com
     

    Tiffany Chan

    EFG is pleased to support the talented Tiffany Chan, one of Hong Kong’s young golfing star and olympian golfer. EFG believes in nurturing young talents and has supported the development of young golfers between 2009 and 2014 through the sponsorship of the Hong Kong Junior Development Program which has benefitted many young talents including Tiffany Chan.

  • Polo

    EFG has a longstanding commitment to the sport of polo and supports renowned clubs:

  • Tennis

    Centenary Tennis Clubs

    EFG is the principal partner to Centenary Tennis Clubs (CTC), an umbrella group of clubs that are more than 100 years old, including some of the most prestigious clubs in the sport.

    www.centenarytennisclubs.org

     

    Miami Open

    In 2017, EFG established a sponsorship with one of the most important tennis tournament.
    In fact, the Miami Open, with over 300’000 visitors attending the tournament every year, is the biggest event in Miami and one of the largest tennis tournament around the world.

    www.miamiopen.com

  • Climbing

    EFG has a multi-year sponsorship agreement with Ueli Steck, the Swiss rock climber and mountaineer. One of the most outstanding climbers of his generation, Ueli Steck is globally renowned for pushing the boundaries of his sport. His achievements include climbing the north face of the Eiger in record time (2 hours 47 minutes) as well as solo climbing the south face of Annapurna, Nepal, in a record 28 hours.

    EFG statement of 30 April 2017
    “We are deeply saddened about the news of Ueli Steck’s fatal accident in the Himalayas. Ueli Steck was an exceptional athlete and an exceptional person, who was always aware of the dangers he exposed himself to. With his enormous skills, willpower and ambitious goals, he was an inspiration for all those who knew him. His death is a tragedy, and our thoughts are with his family and friends.”

    www.uelisteck.ch

     Ueli Steck