Causeway Bay Rugby Football Club (currently known as SCAA Standard Life Causeway Bay Rugby Football Club through its association with the South China Athletics Association (also known as South China, SCAA, Chinese: 南 華 體 育 會)) and its cooperation with title sponsors Standard Life (Asia) Limited), also known simply as Causeway Bay and more familiarly as CWB, is a Rugby Union club based in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (the "Club"). The Club was founded in 1988 by a group of friends, most of whom were Chinese graduates that had returned from studies abroad.
So Kon Po has been the home of Causeway Bay over the last few seasons, although prior to that the Club was based at Causeway Park, located directly next to the Central Library in Hong Kong. Causeway Bay's crest features a black and white monogram design incorporating the intertwined initials of the Club, and was designed by Rambo Leung, a stalwart of the Club. The Club's first official colours were sky blue and white, although the founders quickly changed them to the notorious maroon and black, which have been used for the majority of the Club's 25-year history. Following the establishment of the alliance with the SCAA, the Club briefly adopted South China's iconic tricolore red, white and blue colourway before finally settling with its pink colours in the 2012/2013 playing season. Apart from making its players stand out, the pink colourway was primarily adopted to avoid kit clashes with other local Rugby clubs.