2009–10 in Hong Kong football

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The 2009-10 season in Hong Kong football, starting July 2009 and ending June 2010:

OverviewEdit

Representative teamEdit

Hong Kong TeamEdit

Asian Cup qualifiersEdit

Hong Kong played in their Asian Cup 2011 qualifying campaign.

Japan  6 – 0  Hong Kong
Okazaki   17'74'76'
Nagatomo   28'
Nakazawa   50'
Túlio   67'
Report
Attendance: 16,028
Referee: Mohsen Torky (Iran)

Hong Kong  0 – 4  Japan
Report Hasebe   32'
Satō   74'
S. Nakamura   84'
Okazaki   90+1' (pen.)
Attendance: 13,254

Bahrain  4 – 0  Hong Kong
Abdullatif   35'40'44'
Adnan   79'
Report

Hong Kong  0 – 0  Yemen
Report
Attendance: 1,212
Referee: Minh Tri Vo (Vietnam)

East Asian Football Championship Semi-FinalEdit

Chinese Taipei  0 – 4  Hong Kong
Report Lee Wai Lim   38'
Chan Wai Ho   45+1'
Gerard   60'
Chan Siu Ki   63'
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Minoru Tojo (Japan)

Hong Kong  0 – 0  North Korea
Report

Hong Kong  12 – 0  Guam
Man Pei Tak   5'
Wong Chin Hung   15'
Chan Siu Ki   18'35'75'77'
Chao Pengfei   37'71'90+2'
Leung Chun Pong   41'
Poon Yiu Cheuk   89'
Chan Wai Ho   90'
Report
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Minoru Tojo (Japan)

Guangdong-Hong Kong CupEdit

Hong Kong's 2–1 win to Guangdong in first leg, Julius Akosah scored two goals in his first game for Hong Kong. However, Guangdong scored two goals by Li Jian in second leg. Guangdong win the Guangdong-Hong Kong Cup. Hong Kong has been stopped to be crown-of-four.

Hong Kong  2 – 1  Guangdong
Akosah   28'91' Report Win Haogbo   55'
Attendance: 1,603

Guangdong  2 – 0  Hong Kong
Li Jian   14'64' Report
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: He Zhibiao (China)

East Asian Football Championship Final CompetitionEdit

South Korea  5 – 0  Hong Kong
Kim Jung-Woo   10'
Gu Ja-Cheol   24'
Lee Dong-Gook   32'
Lee Seung-Ryul   37'
No Byung-Jun   90+3'
Report
Attendance: 2,728
Referee: Ryuji Sato (Japan)

Japan  3 – 0  Hong Kong
Tamada   41'82'
Tulio   65'
Report
Attendance: 16,368
Referee: Zhao Liang (China)

Hong Kong  0 – 2  China PR
Report Qu Bo   44'74' (pen.)
Attendance: 16,439

Hong Kong U-23Edit

East Asian GamesEdit

2009 East Asian Games was held in Hong Kong form 2 December 2009 to 13 December 2009. The tournament was won by Hong Kong, who claimed their first international football tournament title. They defeated Japan 4–2 in a penalty shootout in the final, after extra time had finished in a 1–1 draw.

Hong Kong  4 – 1  South Korea
Chan Wai Ho   21'
Wong Chin Hung   30'
Xu Deshuai   65'
Chan Siu Ki   81'
Report by EAG
Report by HKFA
Go Min-Gi   45'
Attendance: 5,000[1]

China PR  1 – 0  Hong Kong
Gao Di   24' Report by EAG
Report by HKFA
Attendance: 6,000[2]


Japan  1 – 1 (a.e.t.)  Hong Kong
Muramatsu   22' Report by EAG
Report by HKFA
Chan Siu Ki   47'
Penalties
Nagai  
Otsuka  
Suzuki  
Aoki  
2 – 4   Au Yeung Yiu Chung
  Chan Siu Ki
  Chan Wai Ho
  Lee Chi Ho
  Wong Chin Hung
Attendance: 31,884

Hong Kong-Macau InterportEdit

Macau  1 – 5  Hong Kong
Cheung Chit Un   28' Report by HKFA
Report by MFA
Cheng Lai Hin   14'42'45'
Lo Kwan Yee   72'
Chan Ka Chun   90+'

Hong Kong U-19Edit

AFC U-19 Championship qualificationsEdit

Australia  3 – 1  Hong Kong
Bulut   31'35'
Taseski   81'
Report Wong Wai   56' (pen.)

Singapore  1 – 2  Hong Kong
Luo Zhenlun Eeugene   63' Report Tam Lok Hin   18'68'

Hong Kong  0 – 3  Japan
Report Ryo   25'
Gotoku   44'47'

Hong Kong  3 – 2  Chinese Taipei
Wong Wai   11'
Chan Siu Kwan Philip   85'89'
Report Weng Wei-Pin   69'
Tseng Chin-Wei   81'

Hong Kong  1 – 4  Indonesia
Lau Cheuk Hin   8' Report Alam   1'37'
Lestaluhu   54'89'
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Fan Qi (China PR)

Hong Kong U-16Edit

AFC U-16 Championship qualificationsEdit

Guam  2 – 3  Hong Kong
Cruz   33'
Damian   35'
Report Tsui Hoi Kin   23'86'
Fernandes   85'

Hong Kong  0 – 3  Timor-Leste
Report Batista   40'
Almeida   57'86'

China PR  6 – 0  Hong Kong
Chen Han   15'32'
Hu Weiwei   27'45+1'
Qiu Daming   31'
Zheng Dalun   71'
Report

Hong Kong  1 – 1  Singapore
Lau Tak Yan   74' Report Nur Ridho   67'

Macau  1 – 12  Hong Kong
Vilas   40' Report Fernandes   8'
Tsui Hoi Kin   10'42'45+2'90+1'
Hui Ka Lok   30'
Chuck Yiu Kwok   35'45+1'
Wong Chun Hin   54'
Luk Tsz Ho   61'
Tsang Tsz Hin   75'90+3'

HonoursEdit

Competition Winner Details Match Report
First Division South China First Division 2009–10
Senior Shield South China Senior Shield 2009–10
FA Cup TSW Pegasus FA Cup 2009–10
Community Shield Kitchee Community Shield 2009 Report
Second Division HKFC
Third Division Sham Shui Po
Third Division "A" Eastern
Third Division "District" Sham Shui Po

Asian clubs competitionsEdit

AFC Cup 2009Edit

EasternEdit

Eastern have no game in 2009–10 season since eliminated in group stage.

South ChinaEdit

South China played AFC Cup 2009 from round of 16. The team eliminated in semi-final.

South China  4 – 0  Home United
Kwok Kin Pong   19'
Li Haiqiang   21'64' (pen.)
Cacá   51'
Report
Attendance: 8,972

Neftchi Farg'ona  5 – 4  South China
Saidov   5'
Berdiyev   34'44'79'90+4'
Report Gerard   34'
Ramón   35'
Kwok Kin Pong   41'
Carrijo   84'
Attendance: 13,800
Referee: Mohamed Masoud (Oman)
South China  1 – 0  Neftchi Farg'ona
Carrijo   2' Report
Attendance: 20,112
Referee: Tojo Minoru (Japan)

5–5 on aggregate. South China won on away goals.


Al-Kuwait  2 – 1  South China
Al Marzooqi   48'
Sulaiman   79'
Report Gerard   90+2'
South China  0 – 1  Al-Kuwait
Report Sulaiman   82'
Attendance: 37,459

Al-Kuwait won 3–1 on aggregate.

AFC Cup 2010Edit

NT Realty Wofoo Tai PoEdit

NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po eliminated in group stage.

Geylang United  1 – 1  NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po
Belicak   75' Report Annan   70'

NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po  0 – 1  Thai Port
Report Pitipong   48'
Attendance: 1,606
Referee: Sgt Win Cho (Myanmar)

SHB Đà Nẵng  3 – 0  NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po
Huynh Quoc Anh   11'36'
Rogerio   90+2'
Report
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Kenji Ogiya (Japan)

NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po  1 – 2  SHB Đà Nẵng
Chen Liming   90+1' Report Huynh Quoc Anh   55'
Hernández   88'
Attendance: 952
Referee: Mohd Nafeez Abdul Wahab (Malaysia)

NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po  1 – 1  Geylang United
Chen Liming   55' Report Rahim   14'
Attendance: 474

Thai Port  2 – 0  NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po
Issarapong   66'
Nirut   72'
Report
Attendance: 600
Referee: Saleem Ali (Maldives)

South ChinaEdit

South China eliminated in round of 16.

South China  0 – 0  Muangthong United
Report
Attendance: 5,725
Referee: Lee Min-hu (South Korea)

VB Sports Club  1 – 0  South China
Ashfaq   26' Report

South China  6 – 3  Persiwa Wamena
Schutz   8'21'
Leo   32'46'
Kwok Kin Pong   34'
Lee Wai Lim   90+2'
Report Pieter   6'
Albertho   54'
Weeks   75' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,392

Persiwa Wamena  0 – 2  South China
Report Chan Wai Ho   39'
Leo   45+2'
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Kenji Ogiya (Japan)


South China  3 – 1  VB Sports Club
Leo   45'83'
Leung Chun Pong   57'
Report Ashfaq   1'
Attendance: 9,693

South China  1 – 3  Al-Riffa
Lee   28' Report Mubarak   15'
Makki   18'
Latifa   82'
Attendance: 22,126

Exhibition matchesEdit

FriendlyEdit

Hong Kong FC  0 – 5  Gold Coast United
Milson   30'31'
Mabrahtu   49'
Barisić   54'81'

Panasonic CupEdit

TSW Pegasus Anniversary CupEdit

TSW Pegasus  0 – 2  BEC Tero Sasana
Report Wuttichai   49'
Anon   52'
Attendance: 23,025

South China 100th Anniversary Invitation CupEdit

South China  2 – 0  Tottenham Hotspur
Chan Siu Ki   52'
Li Haiqiang   69' (pen)
Report
Attendance: 23,025

ReferencesEdit