Hong Kong Stadium
The Hong Kong Stadium might be a new venue for the Lions however it will be well-known to rugby fans.
Last Updated: 30/04/13 6:13am
The stadium, which has a maximum capacity of 40,000, is the home of the Hong Kong Sevens.
It has also twice hosted the IRB Sevens World Cup, while the All Blacks beat Australia 19-14 there in November 2008.
The arrival of the Lions will allow the Hong Kong Stadium to showcase its qualities as it looks to host some of the games during the 2019 World Cup.
The stadium was initially built by the Hong Kong Government in 1953, with an initial capacity of 1953.
It was redeveloped in the 1990s and remains the principle sporting venue - with the Hong Kong national football team also playing there.
Fixture: v Barbarians, June 1 (12.30pm kick-off)
Previous Lions encounters: None
Did you know: The Hong Kong Stadium has not been allowed host entertainment events since 1999 due to complaints about the noise.