|Full name||Wong Wai|
|Date of birth||17 September 1992|
|Place of birth||British Hong Kong|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder|
|Sham Shui Po|
|2008–2012||Sham Shui Po||62||(32)|
|2009||Hong Kong U–19||5||(1)|
|2010–2014||Hong Kong U23||4||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 27 September 2019|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 18 December 2019
Wong Wai studied in Yu Chun Keung Memorial College and graduated after form 5 study. He represented various youth levels of the national team.
Sham Shui Po
He joined Third Division club Sham Shui Po when he was young. In 2008, youth team members were all promoted to the club's first team in order to gain experience. In the first season, the club reached the final of Junior Shield, which they eventually lost 0–2 to Shatin. Wong Wai played 5 out of 6 games and scored a goal in the semi-finals.
In his second season, he scored 12 goals throughout the season, including 3 goals in the promotion play-offs, which he helped the club gain promotion to the Second Division.
Wong Wai helped the club gain promotion to the First Division for the first time in club history by scoring 12 goals in 19 games in the 2010–11 season. In the 2011–12 season, he failed to help the team prevent relegation to the Second Division, although he featured in most of the matches.
After the conclusion of his contract, Wong once again followed Lee Chi Kin, this time to newly promoted HKPL club Tai Po. He was revealed as a Tai Po player during the club's season kick off event on 19 July 2016.
On 17 July 2019, it was revealed that Wong had left Tai Po at the end of his contract.
On 16 February 2013, he received his first call-up from the senior team for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification against Vietnam. However, he was excluded from the final squad announced on 15 March 2013.
On 31 May 2013, he was included into the 20-men final squad for an international friendly match against the Philippines held on 4 June. He made his debut during the match, as he entered in the 77th minute as a substitute for Leung Chun Pong.
- As of 4 May 2013
|Club||Season||Division||League||Senior Shield||League Cup||FA Cup||AFC Cup||Other1||Total|
|Sham Shui Po||2008–09||Third 'District' Division||13||9||52||12||18||10|
|2009–10||Third 'District' Division||13||9||—3||3||3||16||12|
|Sham Shui Po Total||62||32||10||6||2||0||2||0||0||0||3||3||76||36|
|Metro Gallery||2012–13||First Division||17||1||1||0||—||1||0||19||1|
|Yokohama FC Hong Kong Total||17||1||1||0||0||0||1||0||0||0||0||0||19||1|
- As of 5 March 2014
|1||4 June 2013||Mong Kok Stadium, Mong Kok, Hong Kong||Philippines||0–1||0||Friendly|
|2||5 March 2014||My Dinh National Stadium, Từ Liêm District, Hanoi, Vietnam||Vietnam||1–3||0||2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
- 1. ^ Others include Hong Kong Third Division Champion Play-off.
- 2. ^ ^ ^ ^ Since Sham Shui Po was competing in lower divisions, they could only join the Junior Shield instead of Senior Shield.
- 3. ^ Hong Kong Junior Challenge Shield was not held in the 2009–10 season.
- Tai Po
- "Hong Kong U23 Squad – Training schedule". hkfa.com. 4 January 2013.
- "日乙FC橫濱來征 港甲". Sing Tao. 27 May 2012.
- "又見LuLu 大埔新季目標爭前4". Apple Daily. Retrieved 19 July 2016. (in Chinese)
- "李志堅落實接掌東方龍獅 攜11名舊部來投 球員名單多達30人". Ming Pao. Retrieved 17 July 2019. (in Chinese)
- "【港超聯】黃威終隨堅家軍投東方 繼承經典前鋒球衣". HK01. Retrieved 27 September 2019. (in Chinese)
- "香港代表隊– 初選名單公佈". hkfa.com. 16 February 2013.
- "體壇快訊﹕拿尼撞警車無礙". Ming Pao. 17 February 2013.
- "香港代表隊主場撲擊越南 力爭首捷 (香港代表隊名單公佈)". hkfa.com. 15 March 2013.
- "國際友誼賽：香港對菲律賓 – 香港代表隊決選名單公佈". hkfa.com. 31 May 2013.
- GMA Network. "Azkals: Philippines beat Hong Kong for the first time after mammoth Neil Etheridge performance". 4 June 2013. Retrieved on 4 June 2013.
- Wong Wai at Soccerway