Hong Kong Pegasus FC

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Hong Kong Pegasus FC
Pegasus FC logo.png
Full name Hong Kong Pegasus FC Limited
Founded 2008; 9 years ago (2008), as TSW Pegasus FC
Ground Hong Kong Stadium
Ground Capacity 40,000
Chairman Canny Leung
Manager Kevin Bond
League Hong Kong Premier League
2016–17 8th
Website Club home page

Hong Kong Pegasus FC (Chinese: 香港飛馬足球會) is a Hong Kong professional football club founded in 2008. The club currently plays in Hong Kong Premier League. Their manager is Kevin Bond.

The club was named TSW Pegasus FC (Chinese: 天水圍飛馬足球會) until 2011–12 season. The club was also named Sun Pegasus FC (Chinese: 太陽飛馬足球會) from 2012-2013 season until 2014-2015 season under Sun International Resources Limited's management. After Sun Pegasus' broke with Sun International Resources Limited after 2014-2015 season, the club was named Hong Kong Pegasus FC (Chinese: 香港飛馬足球會) up until now under Canny Leung's management.


TSW Pegasus was established on June 2008, and they had their first season in Hong Kong First Division League 2008–09 with a budget of about HKD$10,000,000.[1]

In July 2012, the club was renamed as Sun Pegasus following introduction of a new sponsor.[2]

In July 2015, the club was renamed as Hong Kong Pegasus FC after Sun International pulled their sponsorship from the club.

Colours and badge[edit]

Pegasus's home colours are a red shirt with white shorts. Their away colours are a white shirt with black shorts. The current kits are designed by adidas. The team historically has played with an all yellow kit as their home colours, but after their name change to Hong Kong Pegasus, the club owners decided to make a change. It proved to be a largely unpopular decision with the club's fans.

The current Pegasus badge is a pegasus inside a yellow and red shield, which is representative of "creating miracles", "vigor", "vitality" and "creativeness" in Greek mythology.

Club equipment[edit]

TSW Pegasus has acquired a bus for team transportation which is sponsored by Fuso.

The team also rented an entire 48th floor of a block of Central Park Towers in Tin Shui Wai as accommodation for team members. Renovation work is already completed.


TSW Pegasus applied to the Hong Kong Football Association for the use of Yuen Long Stadium and Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground for its home matches. HKFA replied that it will grant the application provided the grass turf at the stadium is up to standard after its examination.[3] Later, the HKFA accepted the application of having the Yuen Long Stadium as TSW Pegasus's home ground for the game against South China on 5 October 2008. The team's directors promised to make a fanfare at the stadium on the day.

HKFA Chairman Leung Hung Tak later claimed that a total of three home games for TSW Pegasus will be played at Yuen Long Stadium in the 2008–09 season.[4]

For the 2013–14 season, TSW Pegasus has moved its home ground from Yuen Long Stadium to Mong Kok Stadium.

For the 2015–16 and also 2016-2017 season, Hong Kong Pegasus FC were granted use of Hong Kong Stadium as their home ground for these two seasons.


Pegasus has a fanbase mainly based in Yuen Long and Tin Shui Wai as they are Pegasus' original home districts. The club has an official fanclub known as "Pegasus Base". The club's slogan is "Pegasus, our team".

Community contribution[edit]

TSW Pegasus held a big recruitment event at Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground to recruit U-15 and U-19 team players on 3 August 2008. At the same time, the team also recruited a few team assistants in order to provide job opportunity for the local residents.[5] It played a friendly game against South China in the afternoon and the teams drew 1–1, TSW Pegasus lost (3–5) on penalties.[6]

Recent seasons[edit]

Hong Kong First Division League 2015–16 Sun Pegasus FC season 2014–15 Sun Pegasus FC season 2013–14 Sun Pegasus FC season 2012–13 Sun Pegasus FC season 2011–12 TSW Pegasus FC season

Current squad[edit]

First Team Squad[edit]

As of 26 September 2016.[7]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Republic of Macedonia GK Kristijan Naumovski Captain sports.svg
2 Hong Kong DF Man Pei Tak
3 Brazil DF Eduardo Praes
4 Hong Kong DF Li Ngai Hoi
5 Hong Kong DF Yeung Chi Lun
6 Hong Kong MF Mbome
7 Brazil FW Dhiego Martins
8 Hong Kong MF Lai Lok Yin
9 Macau FW Leong Ka Hang
10 Brazil MF João Emir
11 Spain FW Salva Chamorro
12 Hong Kong MF Siu Chun Ming
13 Hong Kong DF Wong Chun Ho
No. Position Player
14 Hong Kong DF Fong Pak Lun
15 Hong Kong FW Christian Annan
18 Hong Kong FW Chan Siu Ki
19 Hong Kong MF Wong Lok
20 Hong Kong FW Chung Wai Keung
21 Hong Kong DF Cheung Chi Yung
22 Hong Kong DF Wu Chun Ming
23 Hong Kong DF Leung Kwok Wai
24 Hong Kong FW Lai Ka Yi
33 Hong Kong MF Chow Win Hin
39 Australia FW Travis Major
71 Hong Kong GK To Chun Kiu
88 Hong Kong GK Yuen Ho Chun


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Hong Kong GK Au Ching Lok
Hong Kong GK Lee Pui Kwan
Hong Kong GK Woo Kwan Ho Alex
Hong Kong DF Chan Kong Pan
Hong Kong DF Fung Tsz Long
Hong Kong DF Hon Lung
Hong Kong DF Lam Tsun
Hong Kong DF Siu Pak Lam
Hong Kong DF Siu Yat To
Hong Kong DF Wong Chun Yin
Hong Kong MF Cheung Man Lok Roy
Hong Kong MF Fung Hok Lam
No. Position Player
Hong Kong MF Kwok Ka Ming
Hong Kong MF Remi Dujardin
Hong Kong MF Sin Ming Leong
Hong Kong MF Wu Chun Ming
Hong Kong MF Yau Chun Him Henry
Hong Kong MF Yeung Yat Wing
Hong Kong FW Cheng Ming Fung
Hong Kong FW Chan Chun Nok
Hong Kong FW Cheung Yan Ming
Hong Kong FW Lai Kak Yi
Hong Kong FW Wong Lok

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
18 Hong Kong DF Wong Yim Kwan (at Tai Po until the end of the 2014–15 season)
No. Position Player
37 Hong Kong MF Chow Kwok Wai (at Tai Po until the end of the 2014–15 season)



Runners Up (2): 2009–10, 2011–12

Cup Competitions[edit]

Champions (1): 2008–09
Runners Up (1): 2013-14
Champions (2): 2009–10 2015–16
Runners Up (3): 2008–09, 2011–12, 2012–13
Runners Up (3): 2008–09, 2010–11, 2011–12
Champions (1): 2015–16
Runners Up (1): 2016–17



  1. ^ Tai Kung Pao news
  2. ^ "Facebook". Retrieved 15 September 2016. 
  3. ^ Tai Kung Pao news
  4. ^ Tai Kung Pao news
  5. ^ on.cc news
  6. ^ on.cc news
  7. ^ "First Team Squad". Sun Pegasus' Official Website. 

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