2010–11 Hong Kong First Division League
|Goals scored||331 (3.68 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Makhosonke Bhengu|
|Biggest home win||Kitchee 7–0 Tai Chung|
(1 May 2011)
|Biggest away win||HKFC 0–6 NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po|
(4 March 2011)
|Highest scoring||Sun Hei 4–5 Citizen|
(17 October 2010)
Fourway Rangers 5–4 Tai Chung
(29 January 2011)
HKFC 2–7 Kitchee
(6 May 2011)
|Longest winning run||6 games|
|Longest unbeaten run||8 games|
|Longest winless run||13 games|
|Longest losing run||8 games|
South China 0–1 NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po
(29 January 2011)
Tai Chung 4–2 HKFC
(13 March 2011)
The 2010–11 Hong Kong First Division League (known as HKFA bma First Division League for sponsorship reasons) season was the 99th since its establishment. The 2010–11 Hong Kong First Division League is contested by 10 teams. The defending champions were South China. Hong Kong Football Club and Tuen Mun were promoted from the second division to take part.
Citizen had to move away from its usual home ground, Mong Kok Stadium, due to renovations.
|Citizen||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground||12,000|
|Fourway Rangers||Sham Shui Po Sports Ground||2,000|
|HKFC||Hong Kong Football Club Stadium||2,750|
|Kitchee||Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground||3,500|
|NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po||Tai Po Sports Ground||3,500|
|South China||Hong Kong Stadium||40,000|
|Sun Hei||Tsing Yi Sports Ground||1,500|
|Tai Chung||Kowloon Bay Park||1,500|
|TSW Pegasus||Yuen Long Stadium||5,000|
|Tuen Mun||Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground||2,200|
|Team||Outgoing||Date of vacancy||Incoming||Date of appointment|
|Sun Hei||Yan Lik Kin||Pre-season||José Ricardo Rambo||Pre-season|
|Tai Chung||Chan Ho Yin||Pre-season||Dejan Antonić||Pre-season|
|TSW Pegasus||José Ricardo Rambo||Pre-season||Chan Hiu Ming||Pre-season|
|Tuen Mun||Leung Sui Wing||Pre-season||Lo Kwong Chung||Pre-season|
|South China||Kim Pan-Gon||December 2010||Chan Ho Yin (caretaker)||December 2010|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Kitchee (C)||18||14||2||2||52||16||+36||44||2012 AFC Cup Group stage|
|5||NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po||18||8||3||7||37||21||+16||27[a]|
|6||Citizen||18||7||5||6||29||31||−2||26||2012 AFC Cup Group stage[b]|
|9||Tai Chung (R)||18||3||2||13||19||49||−30||11||Relegation to Second Division|
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
- WTP 0–0 SUN; SUN 1–0 WTP
- via 2010–11 Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield
- All times are Hong Kong Time (UTC+8).
As the match played on 6 May 2011.
|Makhosonke Bhengu||Fourway Rangers||12|
|Leandro Carrijó||South China/TSW Pegasus||10|
|6||Godfred Karikari||TSW Pegasus||9|
|9||Lam Ka Wai||Kitchee||7|
|10||Mamadou Barry||Sun Hei||6|
|Edson Minga||Fourway Rangers||6|
Home ground allocation
This season will be the first time in Hong Kong First Division League history that all 10 First Division clubs will be allocated their own sports ground for home games, without having to share with another club. Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground will be used for the league for the first time as Kitchee's home ground.
- South China – Hong Kong Stadium (Capacity:40,000)
- Kitchee – Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground (Capacity:3,500)
- TSW Pegasus – Yuen Long Stadium (Capacity:5,000)
- Sun Hei – Tsing Yi Sports Ground (Capacity:1,500)
- Tai Po – Tai Po Sports Ground (Capacity:3,500)
- Citizen – Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground (Capacity:12,000)
- Fourway Athletics – Sham Shui Po Sports Ground (Capacity:2,000)
- Tai Chung – Kowloon Bay Park (Capacity:1,500)
- HKFC – Hong Kong Football Club Stadium (Capacity:2,750)
- Tuen Mun – Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground (Capacity:2,200)
Double entertainment is a term meaning two clubs will play their home games on the same ground one after the other, to attract more fans and save costs. Although both Sun Hei SC and Fourway Athletics would like to see the return of double entertainment, South China, Kitchee, Pegasus and Tai Chung are against it, while Tuen Mun's home ground do not have enough changing rooms to accommodate 4 teams. In the HKFA's published calendar, no double entertainment are listed.
- 2010/11 HKFA bma First Division Football League, Hong Kong Football Association, 3 September 2010
- "HKFA bma First Division League Top scorers". Hong Kong Football Association. 7 May 2011. Archived from the original on 18 May 2011. Retrieved 7 May 2011.
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