2010–11 in Hong Kong football
The 2010–11 season in Hong Kong football, starting July 2010 and ending June 2011.
- 1 Overview
- 2 Representative team
- 2.1 Hong Kong
- 2.2 Hong Kong U-23
- 2.3 Hong Kong U-15
- 3 Exhibition matches
- 4 References
- In July 2010, Birmingham City F.C. played an exhibition match in Hong Kong.
- 22 January 2011: Ng Wai Chiu returned to Hong Kong First Division League and joined South China.
Friendly matches in first half season
|4 October 2010||India||0 – 1||Hong Kong||Balewadi Stadium, Pune, India|
|18:00 UTC+5.5||Goal.com Report||Li Haiqiang 76'||Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Pratap Singh (India)
|17 November 2010||Hong Kong||0 – 7||Paraguay||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong|
|18:00 UTC+8||Report||Santa Cruz 4', 33'
É. Barreto 31'
Ortigoza 46', 55'
M. Riveros 74'
C. Riveros 90+2'
|21 November 2010||Indonesia||Cancelled||Hong Kong||Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia|
2011 Guangdong–Hong Kong Cup
|1 January 2010||Guangdong||3 – 1||Hong Kong||Guangdong People's Stadium, Guangzhou|
|15:00 CST||Li Jianhua 6'
Yuan Lin 10'
Huang Fengtao 70'
|Report||Lo Kwan Yee 51'||Attendance: 8,000
Referee: He Zhibiao
|4 January 2010||Hong Kong||1 – 1||Guangdong||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong|
|20:00 HKT||Sham Kwok Keung 59'||Report||Li Jian 45+'||Attendance: 3,175
Friendly matches in second half season
|9 February 2011||Malaysia||2 – 0||Hong Kong||Shah Alam Stadium, Kuala Lumpur|
|20:45 UTC+8||Safiq 44'
|3 June 2011||Hong Kong||1 – 1||Malaysia||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong|
|20:00 UTC+8||Chan Siu Ki 60'||||Abdul Hadi Yahya 66'||Attendance: 586
Hong Kong U-23
Friendly against Australia
|28 September 2010||Hong Kong||2 – 2||Australia||Sai Tso Wan Recreation Ground, Hong Kong|
|14:00 UTC+8||Chao Pengfei 16'
Chan Ka Chun 90'
|HKFA News (Chi)||Hamill 5'
Referee: Wong Po On (Hong Kong)
Long Teng Cup
This is a tournament was organized by Chinese Taipei Football Association and take place in Kaohsiung, Taiwan from 8 to 12 October 2010. Another three participating teams is Chinese Taipei, the Philippines and Macau. The players of Hong Kong were selected for 2010 Asian Games and another three associations sent their senior teams. FIFA ensured that these 3 matches are the formal international matches after the tournament.
The first match of Hong Kong team was against the Philippines on 8 October. However, the heavy rain flooded the field, so the ball flow on the water and could not be kick. The match was abandoned at 14th-minute. The rematch played on 9 October, Hong Kong defeated the Philippines by 4–2.
|8 October 2010||Hong Kong||Abandoned||Philippines||Kaohsiung National Stadium, Kaohsiung|
|17:00 UTC+8||Attendance: 400
Referee: Kao Jung-fang (Chinese Taipei)
|9 October 2010||Hong Kong||4 – 2||Philippines||Kaohsiung National Stadium, Kaohsiung|
|17:00 UTC+8||Chan Man Fai 5'
Xu Deshuai 31'
Lo Kwan Yee 84'
Ju Yingzhi 90+'
|Report (Chi)||P. Younghusband 57' (pen.), 69'||Attendance: 600
Referee: Kao Jung-fang (Chinese Taipei)
|10 October 2010||Macau||0 – 4||Hong Kong||Kaohsiung National Stadium, Kaohsiung|
|17:00 UTC+8||Report (Chi)||Tam Lok Hin 38'
Xu Deshuai 52'
Lam Hok Hei 72', 74'
Referee: Yu Ming-tsun (Chinese Taipei)
|12 October 2010||Chinese Taipei||1 – 1||Hong Kong||Kaohsiung National Stadium, Kaohsiung|
|19:30 UTC+8||Lo Chih-an 40'||Report (Chi)||Lo Kwan Yee 75' (pen.)||Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Kao Tsai-hu (Chinese Taipei)
Friendly for Asian Games
|2 November 2010||Hong Kong||0 – 4||South China||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong|
|20:00 UTC+8||News in Chinese||Carrijó 15', 31', 45'
Cheng Lai Hin 57'
2010 Asian Games
|7 November 2010||United Arab Emirates||1 – 1||Hong Kong||Huadu Stadium, Guangzhou|
|UTC+8 19:00||Mousa 37'||Report||Chan Man Fai 81'||Referee: Choi Myung-Yong (South Korea)
|9 November 2010||Uzbekistan||0 – 1||Hong Kong||Huadu Stadium, Guangzhou|
|UTC+8 19:00||Report||Chan Wai Ho 60'||Referee: Kadhum Auda (Iraq)
|11 November 2010||Hong Kong||4 – 1||Bangladesh||Huadu Stadium, Guangzhou|
|UTC+8 16:00||Au Yeung Yiu Chung 2', 33'
Ju Yingzhi 41'
Chan Man Fai 87'
|Report||E. Hoque 24'||Referee: Saeid Mozaffarizadeh (Iran)
|15 November 2010||Oman||3 – 0||Hong Kong||Huangpu Sports Center, Guangzhou|
|UTC+8 16:00||Al-Hadhri 30', 61'
|Report||Referee: Choi Myung-Yong (Korea Republic)
Hong Kong U-15
U-15 EAFF Championship
Hong Kong national under-15 football team won all the group stage matches in the championship, which hold in Guam. Hong Kong beat Chinese Taipei in semi-final but lose by one goal in the final against North Korea. Hong Kong was awarded runners' up in the tournament.
|1 August 2010||Hong Kong||5 – 0||Macau||Leo Palace Resort, Yona, Guam|
|Wong Chun Hin
Tsang Tsz Hin
Yiu Ho Ming
|2 August 2010||Hong Kong||3 – 1||Mongolia||Leo Palace Resort, Yona, Guam|
|Tse Long Hin
Tan Chun Lok
|4 August 2010||Hong Kong||2 – 0||Chinese Taipei||Leo Palace Resort, Yona, Guam|
|Law Hiu Chung||Report|
|5 August 2010||North Korea||3 – 2||Hong Kong||Leo Palace Resort, Yona, Guam|
|Report||Law Hiu Chung
Tse Long Hin
|18 July 2010||Hong Kong League XI||2 – 3||Birmingham City||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong|
|15:15 UTC+8||Sandro 25'
Referee: Ng Chiu Kwok
|27 May 2011||Kithcee||0 – 3||Villarreal||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong|
|20:00 UTC+8||Report||Senna 57'
- (in Chinese) 吳偉超加盟南華 - 香港足球 - GoalGoalGoal
- Malaysia Will Face Hong Kong (MALAY) Archived 2011-01-12 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved at January 10, 2011
- (in traditional Chinese (HK)) 港菲之戰踢14分鐘腰斬, Hong Kong Daily, 9 October 2010
- (in Taiwanese Mandarin) 《龍騰盃》菲律賓反撲無功 香港2球勝出[permanent dead link], Chinese Taipei Football Association, 9 October 2010
- EAFF U15 Youth Tournament 2010 Guam, East Asian Football Federation