Liew Kit Kong
|Full name||Liew Kit Kong|
|Date of birth||6 January 1979|
|Place of birth||Perak, Malaysia|
|2007-2009||Kuala Muda Naza||?||(19)|
|2008||→ Terengganu (loan)||0||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 13 January 2009.
† Appearances (Goals).
Liew Kit Kong (Chinese: 廖吉光; pinyin: Liao Jiguang; born 6 January 1979, in Perak) is a Malaysian footballer who is currently a free agent. Formerly, he played as a striker for Felda United FC. He was also a former member of the Malaysian national team.
He won the favourite striker award for the 2007-08 FAM Football Awards ahead of two other nominees Mohd Safee Mohd Sali and Mohd Zaquan Adha Abdul Radzak, despite playing for the second division of Malaysian league, the Malaysia Premier League. In that season, he had become the top local goal scorer in the Premier League with 16 goals.
Kit Kong has represent the national side since 2002. He is part of Malaysia match against Brazil and 2004 Tiger Cup where he score double against Indonesia during the semi final match but Malaysia lost 5-3 on aggregate.
2004 Tiger Cup was Kit Kong's last appearance with the national side. For 2008, he was called up by B. Sathianathan for the national team training session for a friendly match against Indonesia on 6 June 2008. He, however, was not chosen for the friendly match.
He is of mixed Chinese and Indian heritage.
- Champions 2005 Malaysia Premier League with Kedah FA
- Champions 2007/08 Malaysia Premier League with Kuala Muda Naza FC
|Club||Season||League||Malaysia Cup||FA Cup||AFC Cup||Total|
|Negeri Sembilan FA||2006-07||5||2||0||6||0||7|
|Kuala Muda Naza FC||2007-08||25||16||–||6||4||–||31||20|
|Terengganu FA (loan)||–||14||1||–||–||14||1|
|Kuala Muda Naza FC||2009||2||1||0||–||3|
|Felda United FC||2011||23||3||6||0||3||1||-||32||4|
|1.||18 August 2004||Bangkok, Thailand||Thailand||1-2||Won||Friendly|
|2.||10 December 2004||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Philippines||4-1||Won||2004 Tiger Cup Group Stage|
|3.||28 December 2004||Jakarta, Indonesia||Indonesia||1-2||Won||2004 Tiger Cup Semi Final|