Chang King Hai

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Chang King Hai
Traditional Chinese張金海
Simplified Chinese张金海

Chang King Hai, also romanizated as Cheong Kam-hoi,[1] was a Chinese professional footballer who played at the 1948 Olympics.

Club career[edit]

Born and started his career in Shanghai, he moved to Hong Kong, in the British Empire due to the Second Sino-Japanese War.[2]:14 He was a player of Eastern in the 1939–40 season.[1]

International career[edit]

Chang represented China at the 1948 Olympics.

He also represented Hong Kong in 1949 Hong Kong–Vietnam Interport against Saigon in 1949.[3] Both teams were not a member of FIFA at that time.

Personal life[edit]

His sons Cheung Chi Doy and Cheung Chi Wai were born in Hong Kong, but represented Republic of China (Taiwan), instead of Hong Kong or People's Republic of China.[4]


  1. ^ a b "Brilliant display by Hsu King-Seng". The China Mail. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Public Libraries. 1 April 1940.
  2. ^ 李, 峻嶸 (2015). 足球王國:戰後初期的香港足球 (in Chinese). Hong Kong: Joint Publishing. ISBN 9789620437823.
  3. ^ "新春佳節足球大賽香港對抗西貢". The Kung Sheung Evening News (in Chinese). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Public Libraries. 29 January 1949.
  4. ^ "張學潤評父偷竊". Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese). Hong Kong. 9 April 2011. Retrieved 11 September 2017.

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