2009–10 in Hong Kong football

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The 2009-10 season in Hong Kong football, starting July 2009 and ending June 2010:

Overview[edit]

Representative team[edit]

Hong Kong Team[edit]

Asian Cup qualifiers[edit]

Hong Kong played in their Asian Cup 2011 qualifying campaign.

8 October 2009
19:20 UTC+9
Japan  6 – 0  Hong Kong
Okazaki Goal 17'74'76'
Nagatomo Goal 28'
Nakazawa Goal 50'
Túlio Goal 67'
Report
Outsourcing Stadium, Shizuoka
Attendance: 16,028
Referee: Mohsen Torky (Iran)

18 November 2009
18:30 UTC+8
Hong Kong  0 – 4  Japan
Report Hasebe Goal 32'
Satō Goal 74'
S. Nakamura Goal 84'
Okazaki Goal 90+1' (pen.)
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 13,254
Referee: Peter Green (Australia)

6 January 2010
18:00 UTC+3
Bahrain  4 – 0  Hong Kong
Abdullatif Goal 35'40'44'
Adnan Goal 79'
Report
National Stadium, Madinat 'Isa
Attendance: 1,550
Referee: Abdullah Balideh (Qatar)

3 March 2010
19:30 UTC+8
Hong Kong  0 – 0  Yemen
Report
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 1,212
Referee: Minh Tri Vo (Vietnam)

East Asian Football Championship Semi-Final[edit]

23 August 2009
19:00 UTC+8
Chinese Taipei  0 – 4  Hong Kong
Report Lee Wai Lim Goal 38'
Chan Wai Ho Goal 45+1'
Gerard Goal 60'
Chan Siu Ki Goal 63'
World Games Stadium, Kaohsiung
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Minoru Tojo (Japan)

25 August 2009
16:30 UTC+8
Hong Kong  0 – 0  North Korea
Report

27 August 2009
16:30 UTC+8
Hong Kong  12 – 0  Guam
Man Pei Tak Goal 5'
Wong Chin Hung Goal 15'
Chan Siu Ki Goal 18'35'75'77'
Chao Pengfei Goal 37'71'90+2'
Leung Chun Pong Goal 41'
Poon Yiu Cheuk Goal 89'
Chan Wai Ho Goal 90'
Report
World Games Stadium, Kaohsiung
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Minoru Tojo (Japan)

Guangdong-Hong Kong Cup[edit]

Hong Kong's 2-1 win to Guangdong in first leg, Julius Akosah scored two goals in his first game for Hong Kong. However, Guangdong scored two goals by Li Jian in second leg. Guangdong win the Guangdong-Hong Kong Cup. Hong Kong has been stopped to be crown-of-four.

29 Decbember 2009
19:30 HKT
Hong Kong  2 – 1 China Guangdong
Akosah Goal 28'91' Report Win Haogbo Goal 55'
Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong
Attendance: 1,603
Referee: Wong Chi Tang (Hong Kong)

2 January 2010
15:00 CST
Guangdong China 2 – 0  Hong Kong
Li Jian Goal 14'64' Report
Zhaoqing Sports Center, Zhaoqing
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: He Zhibiao (China)

East Asian Football Championship Final Competition[edit]

7 February 2010
19:15 UTC+9
South Korea  5 – 0  Hong Kong
Kim Jung-Woo Goal 10'
Gu Ja-Cheol Goal 24'
Lee Dong-Gook Goal 32'
Lee Seung-Ryul Goal 37'
No Byung-Jun Goal 90+3'
Report
Olympic Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance: 2,728
Referee: Ryuji Sato (Japan)

11 February 2010
19:15 UTC+9
Japan  3 – 0  Hong Kong
Tamada Goal 41'82'
Tulio Goal 65'
Report
Olympic Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance: 16,368
Referee: Zhao Liang (China)

14 February 2010
16:30 UTC+9
Hong Kong  0 – 2  China PR
Report Qu Bo Goal 44'74' (pen.)
Olympic Stadium, Tokyo
Attendance: 16,439
Referee: Kim Jong-Hyeok (Korea Republic)

Hong Kong U-23[edit]

East Asian Games[edit]

2009 East Asian Games was held in Hong Kong form 2 December 2009 to 13 December 2009. The tournament was won by Hong Kong, who claimed their first international football tournament title. They defeated Japan 4–2 in a penalty shootout in the final, after extra time had finished in a 1-1 draw.

3 Decbember 2009
UTC+8 18:00
Hong Kong  4 – 1  South Korea
Chan Wai Ho Goal 21'
Wong Chin Hung Goal 30'
Xu Deshuai Goal 65'
Chan Siu Ki Goal 81'
Report by EAG
Report by HKFA
Go Min-Gi Goal 45'
Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong
Attendance: 5,000[1]
Referee: Phung Dinh Dung (Vietnam)

8 Decbember 2009
UTC+8 18:00
China PR  1 – 0  Hong Kong
Gao Di Goal 24' Report by EAG
Report by HKFA
Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong
Attendance: 6,000[2]
Referee: Phung Dinh Dung (Vietnam)


Hong Kong-Macau Interport[edit]

20 June 2010
16:00 UTC+8
Macau  1 – 5  Hong Kong
Cheung Chit Un Goal 28' Report by HKFA
Report by MFA
Cheng Lai Hin Goal 14'42'45'
Lo Kwan Yee Goal 72'
Chan Ka Chun Goal 90+'

Hong Kong U-19[edit]

AFC U-19 Championship qualifications[edit]

7 November 2009
21:00 UTC+7
Australia  3 – 1  Hong Kong
Bulut Goal 31'35'
Taseski Goal 81'
Report Wong Wai Goal 56' (pen.)

9 November 2009
18:00 UTC+7
Singapore  1 – 2  Hong Kong
Luo Zhenlun Eeugene Goal 63' Report Tam Lok Hin Goal 18'68'

12 November 2009
21:00 UTC+7
Hong Kong  0 – 3  Japan
Report Ryo Goal 25'
Gotoku Goal 44'47'

14 November 2009
18:00 UTC+7
Hong Kong  3 – 2  Chinese Taipei
Wong Wai Goal 11'
Chan Siu Kwan Philip Goal 85'89'
Report Weng Wei-Pin Goal 69'
Tseng Chin-Wei Goal 81'

17 November 2009
18:00 UTC+7
Hong Kong  1 – 4  Indonesia
Lau Cheuk Hin Goal 8' Report Alam Goal 1'37'
Lestaluhu Goal 54'89'
Si Jalak Harupat Stadium, Bandung
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Fan Qi (China PR)

Hong Kong U-16[edit]

AFC U-16 Championship qualifications[edit]

21 September 2009
13:00 UTC+8
Guam  2 – 3  Hong Kong
Cruz Goal 33'
Damian Goal 35'
Report Tsui Hoi Kin Goal 23'86'
Fernandes Goal 85'

23 September 2009
13:00 UTC+8
Hong Kong  0 – 3  Timor-Leste
Report Batista Goal 40'
Almeida Goal 57'86'

26 September 2009
15:30 UTC+8
China PR  6 – 0  Hong Kong
Chen Han Goal 15'32'
Hu Weiwei Goal 27'45+1'
Qiu Daming Goal 31'
Zheng Dalun Goal 71'
Report

28 September 2009
13:00 UTC+8
Hong Kong  1 – 1  Singapore
Lau Tak Yan Goal 74' Report Nur Ridho Goal 67'

1 October 2009
13:00 UTC+8
Macau  1 – 12  Hong Kong
Vilas Goal 40' Report Fernandes Goal 8'
Tsui Hoi Kin Goal 10'42'45+2'90+1'
Hui Ka Lok Goal 30'
Chuck Yiu Kwok Goal 35'45+1'
Wong Chun Hin Goal 54'
Luk Tsz Ho Goal 61'
Tsang Tsz Hin Goal 75'90+3'
Xianghe NTFC Stadium, Hebei
Attendance: 0
Referee: Saleem Ali (Maldives)

Honours[edit]

Competition Winner Details Match Report
First Division South China First Division 2009–10
Senior Shield South China Senior Shield 2009–10
FA Cup TSW Pegasus FA Cup 2009–10
Community Shield Kitchee Community Shield 2009 Report
Second Division HKFC
Third Division Sham Shui Po
Third Division "A" Eastern
Third Division "District" Sham Shui Po

Asian clubs competitions[edit]

AFC Cup 2009[edit]

For more details on this topic, see AFC Cup 2009.

Eastern[edit]

Eastern have no game in 2009–10 season since eliminated in group stage.

South China[edit]

South China played AFC Cup 2009 from round of 16. The team eliminated in semi-final.

2009-06-23
20:00 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 4 – 0 Singapore Home United
Kwok Kin Pong Goal 19'
Li Haiqiang Goal 21'64' (pen.)
Cacá Goal 51'
Report
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 8,972
Referee: Abdullah Balideh (Qatar)

2009-09-15
18:00 UTC+5
Neftchi Farg'ona Uzbekistan 5 – 4 Hong Kong South China
Saidov Goal 5'
Berdiyev Goal 34'44'79'90+4'
Report Gerard Goal 34'
Ramón Goal 35'
Kwok Kin Pong Goal 41'
Carrijo Goal 84'
Neftchi Stadium, Fergana
Attendance: 13,800
Referee: Mohamed Masoud (Oman)

2009-09-30
20:00 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 1 – 0 Uzbekistan Neftchi Farg'ona
Carrijo Goal 2' Report
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 20,112
Referee: Tojo Minoru (Japan)

5–5 on aggregate. South China won on away goals.


2009-10-15
19:30 UTC+3
Al-Kuwait Kuwait 2 – 1 Hong Kong South China
Al Marzooqi Goal 48'
Sulaiman Goal 79'
Report Gerard Goal 90+2'

2009-10-21
20:00 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 0 – 1 Kuwait Al-Kuwait
Report Sulaiman Goal 82'
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 37,459
Referee: Mohammad Al Saeedi (UAE)

Al-Kuwait won 3–1 on aggregate.

AFC Cup 2010[edit]

For more details on this topic, see AFC Cup 2010.

NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po[edit]

NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po eliminated in group stage.


17 March 2010
20:00 UTC+8
NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po Hong Kong 0 – 1 Thailand Thai Port
Report Pitipong Goal 48'
Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground, Hong Kong
Attendance: 1,606
Referee: Sgt Win Cho (Myanmar)




South China[edit]

South China eliminated in round of 16.

24 February 2010
20:00 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 0 – 0 Thailand Muangthong United
Report
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 5,725
Referee: Lee Min-hu (South Korea)

17 March 2010
16:00 UTC+5
VB Sports Club Maldives 1 – 0 Hong Kong South China
Ashfaq Goal 26' Report
National Stadium, Male
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Dmitry Mashentsev (Kyrgyzstan)

23 March 2010
20:00 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 6 – 3 Indonesia Persiwa Wamena
Schutz Goal 8'21'
Leo Goal 32'46'
Kwok Kin Pong Goal 34'
Lee Wai Lim Goal 90+2'
Report Pieter Goal 6'
Albertho Goal 54'
Weeks Goal 75' (pen.)
Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong[5]
Attendance: 2,392
Referee: Naser Al-Ghafary (Jordan)

7 April 2010
15:30 UTC+7
Persiwa Wamena Indonesia 0 – 2 Hong Kong South China
Report Chan Wai Ho Goal 39'
Leo Goal 45+2'
Gajayana Stadium, Malang
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Kenji Ogiya (Japan)


27 April 2010
20:00 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 3 – 1 Maldives VB Sports Club
Leo Goal 45'83'
Leung Chun Pong Goal 57'
Report Ashfaq Goal 1'
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 9,693
Referee: Tseytlin Vladislav (Uzbeksitan)

11 May 2010
20:00 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 1 – 3 Bahrain Al-Riffa
Lee Goal 28' Report Mubarak Goal 15'
Makki Goal 18'
Latifa Goal 82'
Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong
Attendance: 22,126
Referee: Hiroyoshi Takayama (Japan)

Exhibition matches[edit]

Friendly[edit]

7 July 2009
18:30 UTC+8
Hong Kong FC Hong Kong 0 – 5 Australia Gold Coast United
Milson Goal 30'31'
Mabrahtu Goal 49'
Barisić Goal 54'81'

Panasonic Cup[edit]

TSW Pegasus Anniversary Cup[edit]

2 August 2009
15:00 UTC+8
TSW Pegasus Hong Kong 0 – 2 Thailand BEC Tero Sasana
Report Wuttichai Goal 49'
Anon Goal 52'
Hong Kong Stadium
Attendance: 23,025

South China 100th Anniversary Invitation Cup[edit]

2 August 2009
17:30 UTC+8
South China Hong Kong 2 – 0 England Tottenham Hotspur
Chan Siu Ki Goal 52'
Li Haiqiang Goal 69' (pen)
Report
Hong Kong Stadium
Attendance: 23,025

References[edit]