|Full name||Rong Zhixing|
|Date of birth||30 July 1948|
|Place of birth||A ship on the journey from China to India|
|Height||1.71 m (5 ft in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Rong Zhixing or Rong Zhihang (Chinese: ; born 30 July 1948) is a retired Chinese footballer who played for Guangdong. He represented China PR in the 1976 Asian Cup and qualifying for the 1982 FIFA World Cup .
Rong was born in a ship on the journey from China to India, his family came from Taishan, Guangdong. His family lived in India until 1953, when they returned to China and settled in Guangzhou. Rong started his career playing for the Guangzhou youth football team, after that he was elected to the Guangzhou worker football team. In 1966 Rong join Guangzhou football team. In 1969, Rong was elected to the Guangdong football team, he was called up to the Chinese national team and played in the 1976 Asian Cup, with China earning third place. Rong was still called up to represent China as he played within the 1980 Asian Cup and qualifying for the 1982 FIFA World Cup. After China lost to New Zealand in qualifying for the 1982 FIFA World Cup, Rong retired.
In 1982, Rong retired and studied in university, he worked as the coach of Guangdong youth football team for a short time. After that Rong worked as the vice secretary of party committee of Guangdong province sports technical college. In 1991, Rong worked as the director of the Shenzhen sports committee.
|1.||3 August 1973||China||Guinea||--||5-2||Friendly|
|2.||19 June 1975||Government Stadium, Hong Kong||Brunei||--||10-1||1976 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|3.||21 June 1975||Hong Kong||1-0||1-0|
|4.||19 July 1977||China||Zaire||--||3-2||Friendly|
|5.||27 July 1977||Hong Kong||--||1-2|
|6.||14 December 1978||Thailand||Qatar||--||3-0|
|7.||19 December 1978||Malaysia||--||7-1|
|8.||24 December 1980||Government Stadium, Hong Kong||Macau||3-0||3-0||1982 FIFA World Cup qualification|
|9.||26 December 1980||Japan||1-0||1-0|
|10.||18 October 1981||Workers' Stadium, Beijing, China||Kuwait||1-0||3-0|