Leong Ka Hang
|Full name||Leong Ka Hang|
|Date of birth||22 November 1992|
|Place of birth||Macau|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10 1⁄2 in)|
|Tai Po FC|
|Windsor Arch Ka I|
|Windsor Arch Ka I|
|Tai Po FC||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).|
Leong Ka Hang (Chinese: 梁嘉恆; pinyin: Liáng Jiākēng; born 22 November 1992 in Macau) is Macanese international footballer. He is playing for Hong Kong club Tai Po FC - a club that plays in the Hong Kong Premier League. He plays as a striker.
Leong Ka Hang broke his arm three times, when he was 15, 16 and soon after. The doctor told him to stop playing but he now wears a plastic protective guard on his left arm and has no problems.
Leong Ka Hang became the Macau Footballer of the Year aged only 18, then he went to Japan for football training in August 2011 for half a month.
Tai Po FC
From 8 September 2014, Leong Ka Hang has a trial with Hong Kong Premier League club Tai Po FC. Coach Pau Ka-Yiu said he has made a good first impression but he will observe him for a little while longer before making a decision. Tai Po FC announced his signing on 6 November. Leong Ka Hang made his debut as a second half substitute on 22 November 2014, his 22nd birthday, against Sun Pegasus, but he failed to break the deadlock and the match ended 0:0.
Macau national football team
In 2009, Leong Ka Hang was called up by Macau for the 2010 AFC U-19 Championship qualification matches held in Thailand. He scored Macau’s only goal in the 54th minute in the 5-1 defeat against Korea Republic. He scored again in the 2-3 defeat to Bangladesh.
On 2 July 2011, in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, he was called up for Macau national football team to play against Vietnam. In the second-leg, he scored one goal for his team. But Macau still lost to Vietnam 1–13 after two-legs.
On 14 October 2014, Leong Ka Hang scored one goal to help Macau force a 2-2 draw with visitors Singapore in an international friendly at the football ground of Macau University of Science and Technology.
Goals for senior national team
|1.||9 February 2011||Olympic Stadium, Phnom Penh||Cambodia||3–1||Lost||2012 AFC Challenge Cup|
|2.||17 February 2011||Estádio Campo Desportivo, Macau||Cambodia||3–2||Win||2012 AFC Challenge Cup|
|3.||3 July 2011||Estádio Campo Desportivo, Macau||Vietnam||7–1||Lost||2014 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC)|
|4.||3 October 2011||National Stadium, Kaohsiung||Hong Kong||5–1||Lost||2011 Long Teng Cup|
|5.||14 October 2014||Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau||Singapore||2–2||Drawn||International friendly|
- Football database profile
- Kevin Kung (28 September 2011). "Breaking into the big time". South China Morning Post - Young Post.
- (traditional Chinese (HK))梁嘉恆三度骨折無阻決心 Macao Daily. 15 November 2011.
- (traditional Chinese (HK))"港超聯 亞視播". Wen Wei Po. 9 September 2014.
- (traditional Chinese (HK))"港超聯 澳門足球先生加盟和富大埔". Oriental Daily News. 6 November 2014.
- "太陽飛馬又失分 東方大勝天行元朗". 東方日報 (香港). 2014-11-24.
- "Koreans lead Group E as Thais, Viets win". Asian Football Confederation. 3 November 2009.
- "Thailand edge Vietnam to top Group E". Asian Football Confederation. 9 November 2009.
- "Macau 1-7 Vietnam (1-13 agg)". Asian Football Confederation. 3 July 2011.
- H S Manjunath (10 February 2011). "Cambodia see off Macau". Phnom Penh Post.
- Ung Chamroeun (18 February 2011). "El Nasa rockets Cambodia into next stage of AFC Cup". Phnom Penh Post.
- "2011 Long Teng Cup Macau 1:5 Hong Kong". Hong Kong Football Association. 2 October 2011.
- "Two-out-of-two for Japan, Australia". Asian Football Confederation. 8 July 2012.
- "Football: Singapore held to 2-2 draw against Macau". The Straits Times. 14 October 2014.
- Leong Ka Hang at National-Football-Teams.com