2010–11 in Hong Kong football

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The 2010–11 season in Hong Kong football, starting July 2010 and ending June 2011.

Overview[edit]

Representative team[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

Friendly matches in first half season[edit]

2011 Guangdong–Hong Kong Cup[edit]

Friendly matches in second half season[edit]

Hong Kong U-23[edit]

Friendly against Australia[edit]

Long Teng Cup[edit]

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.[3] The rematch played on 9 October, Hong Kong defeated the Philippines by 4–2.[4]

Friendly for Asian Games[edit]

2010 Asian Games[edit]

The 2010 Asian Games will play between 7 November and 27 November in Guangzhou, China.

Hong Kong U-15[edit]

U-15 EAFF Championship[edit]

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.[5]

Exhibition matches[edit]

Xtep Cup[edit]

Canon Cup[edit]

References[edit]