2002–03 Hong Kong FA Cup

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2002–03 Hong Kong FA Cup
Country  Hong Kong
Champions Sun Hei
Runners-up Buler Rangers

2002–03 Hong Kong FA Cup was the 29th staging of the Hong Kong FA Cup.

The competition started on 6 April 2003 with 8 Hong Kong First Division clubs. The cup competition was a single-elimination tournament. All matches were held at the Mongkok Stadium

Teams[edit]

Fixtures and results[edit]

All times are Hong Kong Time (UTC+8).

Bracket[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                 
Sun Hei 4
HKFC 1
Sun Hei 1
Double Flower 0
Double Flower 3
Happy Valley 2
Sun Hei (a.e.t.) 1 (2)
Buler Rangers 1 (1)
South China 6
Fukien 1
South China 0
Buler Rangers 1
Buler Rangers 2
Xiangxue Pharmaceutical 0

Quarter-finals[edit]

6 April 2003
13:30
Sun Hei 4 – 1 HKFC
Walmor Goal 19'
Lau Chi Keung Goal 45' Goal ?'
Márcio Goal ?'
(Report) Anto Grabo Goal 20'



Semi-finals[edit]

15 April 2003
18:00
Sun Hei 1 – 0 Double Flower
Márcio Goal 75' (pen.) (Report)
Mong Kok Stadium
Attendance: 1,496

15 April 2003
20:00
South China 0 – 1 Buler Rangers
(Report) Anilton Goal 86'
Mong Kok Stadium
Attendance: 1,496

Final[edit]

18 April 2003
15:00
Sun Hei 2 – 1 (a.e.t.) Buler Rangers
Cornelius Goal 45' Golden goal 101' (Report) Lo Kwan Yee Goal 28'
Mong Kok Stadium
Attendance: 1,522

Goalscorers[edit]

Rank Scorer Team Goals
1 South Korea Kim Dae-Chul South China 2
= Nigeria Cornelius Udebuluzor Sun Hei
= Hong Kong Lau Chi Keung Sun Hei
= Brazil Márcio Sun Hei
5 Hong Kong Chan Yiu Lun Buler Rangers 1
= Cameroon Julius Akosah Buler Rangers
= Hong Kong Lo Kwan Yee Buler Rangers
= Brazil Anilton Buler Rangers
= Cameroon Paymond Nono Double Flower
= Hong Kong Ng Wai Kwan Double Flower
= Hong Kong Cheng Siu Wai Double Flower
= Ghana Charles Benin Fukien
= Hong Kong Anto Grabo HKFC
= Hong Kong Au Wai Lun South China
= Hong Kong Chan Chi Hong South China
= Hong Kong Chan Ho Man South China
= Brazil Walmor Sun Hei

Prizes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b HKFA Website 2002/2003 FA Cup Final

External links[edit]