2011–12 Hong Kong First Division League

The 2011–12 Hong Kong First Division League, also known as 2011–12 bma Hong Kong First Division League season was the 100th since its establishment.[3] Kitchee SC was the defending champions, having won their 4th Hong Kong title in the previous season.

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Season2011–12
ChampionsKitchee
RelegatedSham Shui Po
AFC CupKitchee
Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei
Matches played90
Goals scored304 (3.38 per match)
Top goalscorerSandro
(11 goals)
Biggest home winKitchee 6–0 Hong Kong Sapling
Biggest away winSham Shui Po 2–6 Tuen Mun
Biu Chun Rangers 2–6 Kitchee
Highest scoringTSW Pegasus 6–4 Citizen
Longest winning runKitchee
(4 matches)
Longest unbeaten runKitchee
Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei
(5 matches)
Longest winless runSham Shui Po
Hong Kong Sapling
(5 matches)
Longest losing runSham Shui Po
Hong Kong Sapling
(5 matches)
Highest attendance4,499[1]
Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 5–0 Sham Shui Po
Mong Kok Stadium
(Round 4)
Lowest attendance126[2]
Biu Chun Rangers 4–0 Hong Kong Sapling
Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Round 8)
Average attendance1,157

TeamsEdit

Locations of the Hong Kong First Division League 2011–12 venues

A total of 10 teams will contest the league, 8 of which already contested in the 2010–11 season and 2 of which will be promoted from the 2010–11 Hong Kong Second Division League.

Tai Chung was relegated to Second Division after ending a two-year tenure in First Division and HKFC was also relegated, making its immediate return to the second level after just one year in the Hong Kong top flight. The 2 relegated teams will be replaced by Sham Shui Po and Pontic from the 2010–11 Hong Kong Second Division League.

Fourway Rangers changed their name to Biu Chun Rangers.

StadiaEdit

Team Stadium Location Capacity
Biu Chun Rangers Tsing Yi Sports Ground Tsing Yi 1,500
Citizen Mong Kok Stadium Mong Kok 6,680
Hong Kong Sapling Kowloon Bay Park Kowloon Bay 1,200
Kitchee Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground Tseung Kwan O 3,500
Sham Shui Po Sham Shui Po Sports Ground Sham Shui Po 2,194
South China Hong Kong Stadium So Kon Po 40,000
Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Mong Kok Stadium Mong Kok 6,680
TSW Pegasus Yuen Long Stadium Yuen Long 4,932
Tuen Mun Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground Tuen Mun 2,200
Wofoo Tai Po Tai Po Sports Ground Tai Po 3,000

1As Mutual has withdrawn from 2011 to 2012 Hong Kong First Division League, Hong Kong Sapling is formed to replace.

Personnel and sponsorshipEdit

The 2011–12 season will continue to be sponsored by BMA Entertainment, a company owned by South China's convener Steven Lo. bma's sponsorship is worth HK$2 million. (approx US$250,000.) Of the HK$2 million, HK$1.2 million will be for the sponsorship of the Now TV Hong Kong football channel. The league winners will receive HK$500,000 prize money, while the 1st runner's up and 2nd runner's up will receive HK$200,000 and HK$100,000 respectively.[3]

The referees' uniforms are sponsored by Lotto Sport Italia.[4]

Team Chairman Head Coach Captain Kitmaker Shirt sponsor
Biu Chun Rangers Mok Yiu Keung Tim Bredbury Beto Xtep Nikko
Citizen Pui Kwan Kay Chu Kwok Kuen Festus Baise Jako Rasonic[5]
Hong Kong Sapling Brian Leung Paul Foster Tsang Chi Hau Nike
Kitchee Ken Ng Josep Gombau Roberto Losada Nike Canon
Wofoo Tai Po Cheung Hok Ming Cheung Po Chun Chan Yuk Chi Adidas Lee & Man Paper[6]
Sham Shui Po Chan Tung Lee Chi Kin Poon Yiu Cheuk Nike
South China Steven Lo Ján Kocian Li Haiqiang Adidas Panasonic Corporation
Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Chow Man Leung José Ricardo Rambo Cristiano Cordeiro Adidas Sunray Cave
TSW Pegasus Wilson Wong Chan Hiu Ming Itaparica Adidas PS3
Tuen Mun Lau Wong Fat Yan Lik Kin Čedomir Mijanović Adidas

Television broadcastEdit

For the 2011–12 season, Now TV's channel 634 will become the Hong Kong Football Channel. The first live broadcast of the season will be Kitchee vs Sun Hei SC on 3 September 2011. The production cost will be sponsored by the TV station and supported by HKFA and the clubs. Advertising revenues, after subtracting Now TV's costs, will be shared with HKFA.[7] Now TV announced that the channel will be free to all Now TV subscribers. The production cost of the channel is about HK$40 million. Now TV hopes that the Hong Kong government will subsidise the channel in the future, because they will also broadcast Hong Kong's inter-school matches.[8]

As Sun Hei has decided not to take part in the TV broadcast package, the HKFA has imposed four broadcast sanctions: No live home game broadcasts, no division of advertising revenues, no interviews or feature programmes of team personnel and no mention of their sponsors' names.[9] Faced with these sanctions, Sun Hei's Chung Chi Kwong continued to say the club has the right to spend its resources the way they like and will not change its mind due to external influences.[10]

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Kitchee 18 13 3 2 44 20 +24 42 2013 AFC Cup Group stage
2 TSW Pegasus 18 12 2 4 48 26 +22 38
3 South China 18 10 6 2 47 17 +30 36
4 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 18 8 4 6 29 22 +7 28 2013 AFC Cup Group stage[a]
5 Citizen 18 5 8 5 29 31 −2 23
6 Tuen Mun 18 5 8 5 26 22 +4 23
7 Hong Kong Rangers 18 6 4 8 32 38 −6 22
8 Wofoo Tai Po 18 6 2 10 24 40 −16 20
9 Hong Kong Sapling (W) 18 2 4 12 17 53 −36 10 Withdrew from league system
10 Sham Shui Po (R) 18 1 3 14 9 36 −27 6 Relegation to Second Division
Updated to match(es) played on 20 May 2012. Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.
(R) Relegated; (W) Withdrew
Notes:

Positions by roundEdit

Team ╲ Round123456789101112131415161718
Kitchee522111232121112111
TSW Pegasus111363311212221222
South China765535443333333333
Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei634422124566667644
Citizen433244555444454455
Tuen Mun377877788887788776
Hong Kong Rangers986788877655545567
Wofoo Tai Po258656666778876888
Hong Kong Sapling10101010109999910109991099
Sham Shui Po8999910101010109910101091010
2012 AFC Cup group stage
Relegation to 2012–13 Hong Kong Second Division League
Updated to match(es) played on 21 April 2012. Source: hkfa.com

Fixtures and resultsEdit

Round 1Edit

3 September 2011 (2011-09-03) Kitchee 1–1 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Tseung Kwan O
17:00(GMT+8) Roberto   47' (pen) Report   20' Leung Tsz Chun
  47' Kilama
  84' Sealy
  85' Cheng Siu Wai
  90' Li Ming
  90' Cordeiro
Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capatity:3,500)

Attendance: 1,697
Referee: Liu Man Fai
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Ho Wai Sing
9 September 2011 (2011-09-09) TSW Pegasus 4–1 Biu Chun Rangers Yuen Long
20:00(GMT+8) Itaparica   49' (pen.)60'
Cheung Kin Fung   74'
Godfred   63'90'
Report   6' Yan Minghao
  69' Liu Songwei
  81' Tong Kin Man
  84' Chan Siu Yuen
  90' Sandro
Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)

Attendance: 1,215
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Pau Sai Yin
Chan Shui Hung
Fourth official: Yu Chun San
10 September 2011 (2011-09-10) Sham Shui Po 0–1 Citizen Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Report   23' Paulinho Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,194)

Attendance: 1,855
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Ng Chin Pang
10 September 2011 (2011-09-10) South China 1–2 Tuen Mun So Kon Po
17:30(GMT+8) Li Haiqiang   65'
Souza   75'
Report   12' Trnavac
  28' Chan Hin Kwong
  38' Makhosonke Bhengu
  78' Vujosevic
  78' Mirko
Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Attendance: 3,126
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Cheng Oi Cho
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Yau Ho Fai, Leo
11 September 2011 (2011-09-11) Wofoo Tai Po 3–0 Hong Kong Sapling Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Kwok Wing Sun   16'
Lui Chi Hang   45'
Lima   52'  55'
Annan   64'
Report   44' Mbome Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)

Attendance: 784
Referee: Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Ho Wai Sing
Fourth official: Lam Shing Yan, Franky

Round 2Edit

16 September 2011 (2011-09-16) Biu Chun Rangers 2–2 Citizen Tsing Yi
20:00(GMT+8) Beto   21'
Sandro   35'  83'
Report   43' Festus
  49' Nakamura
Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity:1,500)

Attendance: 266
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Ng Chin Pang
Fourth official: Cheung Kwok Hung
17 September 2011 (2011-09-17) Tuen Mun 1–2 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Leung Kwok Wai   35'
Niko   88'
Report   15' Cheng Siu Wai
  48' Li Hang Wui
  57' Barry
Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)

Attendance: 1,260
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Ng Chin Pang
17 September 2011 (2011-09-17) TSW Pegasus 4–0 Hong Kong Sapling Yuen Long
17:30(GMT+8) Itaparica   47'
Lai Yiu Cheong   53'
McKee   60'
Fan Qunxiao   67'
Godfred Karikari   90'
  32' Wong Yim Kwan
  88' Nam Wing Hang
Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)

Attendance: 923
Referee: Cheng Oi Cho
Assistant referees:
Pau Sai Yin
Lam Nai Kei
Fourth official: Yu Chun San
18 September 2011 (2011-09-18) Sham Shui Po 0–2 South China Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Report   6' Wellingsson de Souza
  9' Ng Wai Chiu
  13' Dyron Daal
Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,194)

Attendance: 2,185
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Lam Shing Yan, Franky
18 September 2011 (2011-09-18) Kitchee 4–2 Wofoo Tai Po Tseung Kwan O
17:30(GMT+8) Chu Siu Kei   37'
Roberto   61'65'
Recio   72'
Luzardo   75'
Huang Yang   82'  89'
Jordi   88'
  45' Ye Jia
  50' Kwok Wing Sun
  59'70' Christian Annan
  72' Lima
  79' Sze Kin Wai
  86' Chan Yuk Chi
Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)

Attendance: 1,113
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Lam Chi Ho

Round 3Edit

23 September 2011 (2011-09-23) South China 0–0 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei So Kon Po
20:00(GMT+8) Lee Chi Ho  68'
Giovane  76'
Bai He  82'
Report   39' Cheng Siu Wai Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Attendance: 2,776
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Lam Nai Kei
Fourth official: Tong Kui Sum
24 September 2011 (2011-09-24) Sham Shui Po 0–4 TSW Pegasus Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Fong Pak Lun   72' Report Godfred   26'75'89'  79'
Lee Wai Lun   46'
Itaparica   59'
Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,194)

Attendance: 1,684
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
Assistant referees:
Cheng Oi Cho
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Pau Sai Yin
24 September 2011 (2011-09-24) Biu Chun Rangers 4–1 Wofoo Tai Po Tsing Yi
17:30(GMT+8) Fan Weijun   35'
Sandro   37'
Chak Ting Fung   44'
Chao Pengfei   45'
Ondoua   81'   82'
Report   70' (p) Ye Jia Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity:1,500)

Attendance: 380
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Sarao, Amarjit Singh
25 September 2011 (2011-09-25) Tuen Mun 1–2 Citizen Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Wong Chi Chung   11'
Trnavac   56'
Leung Kwok Wai   75'
Yip Tze Chun   80'
Mijanović   83'   90'
Bhengu   84'
Nikola   90'
Report   12'  90' Paulinho
  67' Chan Man Chun
  78' Festus
  90' Fung Kai Hong
Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)

Attendance: 948
Referee: Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Assistant referees:
Ng Chiu Kok
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Yu Chun San
25 September 2011 (2011-09-25) Kitchee 6–0 Hong Kong Sapling Tseung Kwan O
17:30(GMT+8) Lo Kwan Yee   44'
Recio   61'
Roberto Losada   67'
Jordi   73'
Lo Chi Kwan   75'85'90'
Chan Man Fai   87'
Report   8' Chan Cham Hei
  86'   88' Li Shu Yeung
Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)

Attendance: 481
Referee: Pau Sai Yin
Assistant referees:
Tong Kui Sum
Ho Wai Sing
Fourth official: Lui Siu Chuen

Round 4Edit

14 October 2011 (2011-10-14) Hong Kong Sapling 1–3 Citizen Kowloon Bay
20:00(GMT+8) Tsang Chi Hau   30'
Ramos   33' (p)
Chan Cham Hei   48'
Choi Kwok Wai   49'
Report   35' Cheung Kwok Ming
  52' Tam Lok Hin
  57' Wong Yiu Fu
  59' Paulinho
  63' (p) Festus
  66'   90' Sham Kwok Fai
Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)

Attendance: 229
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Lam Nai Kei
Fourth official: Sarao, Amarjit Singh
15 October 2011 (2011-10-15) Tuen Mun 0–1 Kitchee Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Chan Hin Kwong   18'   66'
Bhengu   45'
Law Ka Lok   86'
Report   31' Dani
  64' Recio
  84' Roberto
Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)

Attendance: 1,042
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
Assistant referees:
Pau Sai Yin
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Ng Chin Pang
15 October 2011 (2011-10-15) South China 3–0 Biu Chun Rangers So Kon Po
17:30(GMT+8) Joel   23'
Li Haiqiang   24'
Lee Wai Lim   50'
Ng Wai Chiu   81'
Giovane   86'
Man Pei Tak   89'
Report   55' Ondoua
  79' Lam Hok Hei
Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Attendance: 1,496
Referee: Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Cheng Oi Cho
16 October 2011 (2011-10-16) Wofoo Tai Po 3–1 TSW Pegasus Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Carlos   5'
Annan   40'
Lui Chi Hing   45'
Report Li Ka Chun   22'
Carrijó   80'   76'   90'
Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)

Attendance: 948
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Ng Chiu Kok
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Lam Shing Yan, Franky
16 October 2011 (2011-10-16) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 5–0 Sham Shui Po Mong Kok
17:30(GMT+8) Cheng Siu Wai   18'
Mamadou Barry   44'59'66'   72'
Pak Wing Chak   57'
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 4,499
Referee: Cheng Oi Cho
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Ho Wai Sing
Fourth official: Lam Chi Ho

Round 5Edit

21 October 2011 (2011-10-21) Citizen 1–2 Wofoo Tai Po Mong Kok
20:00(GMT+8) Paulinho   64'   17' Report   21'74'   42' Christian Annan
  63' Clayton
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 2,172
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Yu Chun San
22 October 2011 (2011-10-22) Hong Kong Sapling 0–5 South China Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Andreu Ramos Isus   31'
Eugene Mbome   63'
Report   5' Giovane
  36' Ng Wai Chiu
  42'58'   31' Wellingsson de Souza
  51' Kwok Kin Pong
  71' Xu Deshuai
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 3,994
Referee: Pau Sai Yin
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Cheung Kwok Hung
22 October 2011 (2011-10-22) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 1–0 Biu Chun Rangers Mong Kok
17:00(GMT+8) Gerard Ambassa Guy   20'
Kilama   23'
Cheng Siu Wai   89'
Report   21' Chao Pengfei
  81' Liu Songwei
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 3,994
Referee: Wong Chi Tang
Assistant referees:
Lam Shing Yan, Franky
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Cheng Oi Cho
23 October 2011 (2011-10-23) Sham Shui Po 2–6 Tuen Mun Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Lau Cheuk Hin   33'   61'
Chan Siu Kwan   52'
Leung Kwun Chung   80' (pen.)
Law Man Chung   82'
Report   23'62' Bhengu
  42'56'90' Lin Zhong
  57' Wong Chi Chung
  79' Leung Kwok Wai
  81' Mijanović
Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,194)

Attendance: 810
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
Assistant referees:
Lam Nai Kei
Ng Chin Pang
Fourth official: Pau Sai Yin
23 October 2011 (2011-10-23) Kitchee 3–2 TSW Pegasus Tseung Kwan O
17:30(GMT+8) Luzardo   22'83'   26'
Dani   67'
Tsang Kam To   86'
Report   13' Lau Nim Yat
  29' Itaparica
  42' Godfred
  64' Dodd
  69' McKee
  72' Chan Ming Kong
  90' Fan Qunxiao
Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)

Attendance: 1,017
Referee: Cheng Oi Cho
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Ho Wai Sing
Fourth official: Yu Chun San

Note: The match between Hong Kong Sapling and South China was played at Mong Kok Stadium.(Originally at Kowloon Bay Park)

Round 6Edit

18 November 2011 (2011-11-18) Hong Kong Sapling 1–1 Tuen Mun Kowloon Bay
20:00(GMT+8) Ramos   19'
Li Ngai Hoi   73'
  14' Chan Hin Kwong
  25' Chow Cheuk Fung
  79' Yan Pak Long
Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)

Attendance: 218
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Lam Nai Kei
Fourth official: Cheung Kwok Hung
19 November 2011 (2011-11-19) Wofoo Tai Po 0–1 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Kwok Wing Sun   17'
Li Chun Yip   47'
Clayton   84'
Christian Annan   85'
Júnior   89'
Report   2' Gerard Ambassa Guy
Pan Jia
  85' (pen.) Barry
  89' Michael Luk
Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)

Attendance: 867
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Poon Chung Kit
19 November 2011 (2011-11-19) Biu Chun Rangers 2–0 Sham Shui Po Tsing Yi
17:30(GMT+8) Alex   12'
Liu Songwei   56'
Tong Kin Man   65'
Lam Hok Hei   75'
Ondoua   90'
Report   18' Poon Yiu Cheuk
  52' Chan Siu Kwan
  56' Fernando
  79' Lau Cheuk Hin
  80' Lam Ngai Tong
Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity:1,500)

Attendance: 318
Referee: Pau Sai Yin
Assistant referees:
Ng Chin Pang
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Ng Chiu Kok
20 November 2011 (2011-11-20) Citizen 0–0 Kitchee Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Festus   5'
Wong Yiu Fu   66'
Chan Man Chun   82'
Report   45' Huang Yang
  82' Michael
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 1,722
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Lam Shing Yan, Franky
Ho Wai Sing
Fourth official: Chan Shui Hung
20 November 2011 (2011-11-20) TSW Pegasus 2–1 South China Yuen Long
17:30(GMT+8) Carrijo   47'
Itaparica   p' (56)
Takada   67'
Dodd
Godfred   87'
Report   17' Joel
  21'  36' Li Haiqiang
  67' Chan Siu Ki
  67' Souza
Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)

Attendance: 2,397
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Pau Sai Yin
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Lui Siu Chuen

Round 7Edit

2 December 2011 (2011-12-02) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 5–0 Hong Kong Sapling Mong Kok
20:00(GMT+8) Cheng Siu Wai   1'49'
Wong Chun Yue   25'
Barry   36'
Michael Luk   43'  64'
Cahê  68'
Leung Tsz Chun   73'
Wong Chun Ho   75'
Report   74' Tsang Chi Hau Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 468
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Ng Chiu Kok
Lam Shing Yan, Franky
Fourth official: Tang Hing Fu
3 December 2011 (2011-12-03) Tuen Mun 1–1 Biu Chun Rangers Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Bhengu   54' Report   38' Sandro
  77' Liu Songwei
Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)

Attendance: 714
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Lam Shing Yan, Franky
3 December 2011 (2011-12-03) South China 3–0 Wofoo Tai Po So Kon Po
17:30(GMT+8) Lee Chi Ho   68'
Giovane   76'
Bai He   82'
Report Cheng Siu Wai   39' Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Attendance: 2,776
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Lam Nai Kei
Fourth official: Tong Kui Sum
4 December 2011 (2011-12-04) Sham Shui Po 0–1 Kitchee Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Aender Naves Mesquita   22'
Poon Yiu Cheuk   50'
Leung Kwun Chung   59'
Lau Cheuk Hin   66'
Report   58' Ubay Luzardo
  74' Lo Chi Kwan
  85' Liu Quankun
Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,194)

Attendance: 992
4 December 2011 (2011-12-04) Citizen 2–3 TSW Pegasus Mong Kok
17:30(GMT+8) Detinho   7'  40'
Hélio   27'
Festus   90'
Report   8' Carrijó
  16' Lau Nim Yat
  24' (p.)69' Itaparica
  81' Godfred
  90' Cheung Kin Fung
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 1,156
Referee: Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Assistant referees:
Liu Kwok Man
Chan Shui Hung
Fourth official: Pau Sai Yin

Round 8Edit

16 December 2011 (2011-12-16) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 2–3 Citizen Mong Kok
20:00(GMT+8) Roberto   57'
Festus Baise   80' (o.g.)
Cahê   85'
Report   38'50'74' Nakamura
  46' Campion
  90' So Loi Keung
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 957
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Ng Chiu Kok
Lam Shing Yan, Franky
Fourth official: Sarao, Amarjit Singh
17 December 2011 (2011-12-17) Wofoo Tai Po 2–1 Sham Shui Po Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Chan Yuk Chi   4'
Che Runqiu   13'
Clayton   55'
Chen Liming   85'
Júnior   90'
Report   18' Lau Cheuk Hin
  55' Chan Siu Kwan
Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)

Attendance: 772
Referee: Cheng Oi Cho
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Chan Ming Siu
17 December 2011 (2011-12-17) TSW Pegasus 3–1 Tuen Mun Yuen Long
17:30(GMT+8) Lee Hong Lim   29'
Deng Jinghuang   35'
Lau Ka Shing   48'
Itaparica   66'
Yuen Tsun Nam   84'
Report   24' Chan Hin Kwong
  61' Leung Kwok Wai
  66' Ip Kwok Hei
Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)

Attendance: 1,192
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Ho Wai Sing
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Pau Sai Yin
18 December 2011 (2011-12-18) Biu Chun Rangers 4–0 Hong Kong Sapling Tsing Yi
14:30(GMT+8) Sandro   9'79'89'
Fan Weijun   45'
Alex   64'
Report   14' Ramos
  25' Luk Pak Hei
Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity:1,500)

Attendance: 126
Referee: Pau Sai Yin
Assistant referees:
Lam Nai Kei
Ng Chin Pang
Fourth official: Tong Kui Sum
18 December 2011 (2011-12-18) South China 2–0 Kitchee So Kon Po
17:30(GMT+8) Joel   43'63' (pen.)
Bai He   44'
Report   62' Dani
  72' Liu Quankun
Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Attendance: 3,979
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Chow Chun Kit

Round 9Edit

6 January 2012 (2012-01-06) Citizen 3–3 South China Mong Kok
20:00(GMT+8) Paulinho   3'   71'
Tam Lok Hin   13'
Nakamura   41'
So Loi Keung   78'
Sham Kwok Keung   85'   90+4'   90+4'
Campion   89'
Report   18'   32' Yeo Jeehoon
  45' Ng Wai Chiu
  58' Au Yeung Yiu Chung
  66' Chan Siu Ki
  76' Lee Chi Ho
  90+3' (o.g.) Festus
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 2,351
Referee: Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Ho Wai Sing
7 January 2012 (2012-01-07) Wofoo Tai Po 1–1 Tuen Mun Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Chen Liming   76' Report   31' Mirko
  60' Akosah
Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)

Attendance: 721
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Lam Shing Yan, Franky
Fourth official: SARAO, Amarjit Singh
7 January 2012 (2012-01-07) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 1–3 TSW Pegasus Mong Kok
17:30(GMT+8) Gerard Ambassa Guy   2'
Li Hang Wui   63'
Kilama
Milovanovic   76'   79'
Report   30' Mbome
  47' Godfred
  63' (pen.) Cheung Kin Fung
  82' Carrijó
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 1,751
8 January 2012 (2012-01-08) Biu Chun Rangers 2–6 Kitchee Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Ondoua   40'
Ip Chung Long   76'
Sandro   90+3' (pen.)
Report   9'   43' Roberto Losada
  29'47'   36' Jordi
  65'72' Liang Zicheng
  77' Lo Kwan Yee
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 912
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Ho Wai Sing
Fourth official: Ng Chin Pang
8 January 2012 (2012-01-08) Hong Kong Sapling 2–2 Sham Shui Po Kowloon Bay
17:30(GMT+8) Alex   4'
Tsang Chi Hau   58'
Ramos   71'
Su Yang   86'
Report   14'38' (pen.) Wong Wai
  40' Aender
  44'   70' Chan Siu Kwan
  49' Poon Yiu Cheuk
Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)

Attendance: 335
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Yu Chun San
Fourth official: Tang Hing Fu

Note: The match between Biu Chun Rangers and Kitchee was played at Mong Kok Stadium. (Originally at Tsing Yi Sports Ground)

Round 10Edit

3 February 2012 (2012-02-03) Hong Kong Sapling 2–3 Kitchee Kowloon Bay
20:00(GMT+8) Ramos   34'  57'
Yan Pak Long   81'  85'
Report   32' Diaz
  54'82' Yago
  67' Liang Zicheng
  84' Recio
  90+1' Liu Quankun
Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)

Attendance: 334
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
Assistant referees:
Chan Shui Hung
Chung Ming Sang
Fourth official: Tang Hing Fu
4 February 2012 (2012-02-04) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 2–4 South China Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Michael Luk   47'
Li Hang Wui   66'
Cheng Siu Wai   82'
Barry   90'
Roberto   90+2'
Report   7' Dhiego
  18' Chan Siu Ki
  64' (p) Joel
  82' Leung Chun Pong
  85' Au Yeung Yiu Chung
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 3,676
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Ng Kai Lam
Ho Wai Sing
Fourth official: Lam Nai Kei
4 February 2012 (2012-02-04) TSW Pegasus 3–0 Sham Shui Po Yuen Long
17:30(GMT+8) Lee Wai Lim   30'
Carrijo   58'77'
Poon Yiu Cheuk   73'
Ng Wai Chiu   86'
Report   70' Leung Kwun Chung Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)

Attendance: 955
Referee: Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Assistant referees:
Cheng Oi Cho
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Yu Chun San
5 February 2012 (2012-02-05) Wofoo Tai Po 1–4 Biu Chun Rangers Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) To Hon To   53'
Chan Yuk Chi   81'
Clayton Michel Afonso   81'
Sze Kin Wai   89'
Report   44' Li Jian
  48'89' (p) Sandro
  74' Fan Weijun
  90+1' Lam Hok Hei
Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)

Attendance: 580
Referee: Pau Sai Yin
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Ho Wai Sing
5 February 2012 (2012-02-05) Citizen 1–1 Tuen Mun Mong Kok
17:30(GMT+8) Wong Yiu Fu   22'
So Loi Keung   81'
Sham Kwok Keung   87'
  54' Mijanović
  57' Bamnjo
  90'  90' Li Ming
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 796
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Lam Nai Kei
Fourth official: Yu Chun San

Round 11Edit

10 February 2012 (2012-02-10) South China 4–0 Hong Kong Sapling So Kon Po
20:00(GMT+8) Dhiego   28'31'
Joel Bertoti Padilha   41' (p.)
Man Pei Tak   43'
Cheng Lai Hin   65'
Lee Chi Ho   67'
Report   45'   47' Kot Cho Wai
  56' Alex
  68' Ramos
  80' Chan Cham Hei
Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Attendance: 969
Referee: Wong Chi Tang, Charlton
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Yu Chun San
Fourth official: Lam Nai Kei
11 February 2012 (2012-02-11) Wofoo Tai Po 0–0 Citizen Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Chen Liming   62'
Lui Chi Hing   75'
Report   81' Festus Baise Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)

Attendance: 536
11 February 2012 (2012-02-11) Biu Chun Rangers 2–0 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Tsing Yi
17:30(GMT+8) Sandro   26' (p.)
Chak Ting Fung   39'
Li Jian   39'
Report   23' Roberto
  45' Pan Jia
Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity:1,500)

Attendance: 288
Referee: Cheng Oi Cho
Assistant referees:
Lam Chi Ho
Lui Siu Chuen
Fourth official: Chan Ming Siu
12 February 2012 (2012-02-12) Tuen Mun 0–0 Sham Shui Po Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Mijanović   15'
Yuen Lap Cheung   44'
Mirko   77'
Report   7' Leung Kwun Chung
  73' Lam Ngai Tong
  84' Evans
Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)

Attendance: 884
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Ho Wai Sing
Lam Shing Yan, Franky
Fourth official: Cheng Oi Cho
12 February 2012 (2012-02-12) TSW Pegasus 2–1 Kitchee Yuen Long
17:30(GMT+8) Lau Nim Yat   26'
Mbome   51'  70'
Carrijó   58'
Dodd   74'
Itaparica   76'
Poon Yiu Cheuk   83'
Wang Zhenpeng   90+1' (o.g.)
Report   33' Dani Cancela
  36' Yago
  40' Jordi
  60' Recio
  78' Chu Siu Kei
  78' Roberto Losada
Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)

Attendance: 2,224
Referee: Ng Chiu Kok
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Poon Ming Fai
Fourth official: Lam Chi Ho

Round 12Edit

2 March 2012 (2012-03-02) Hong Kong Sapling 2–2 TSW Pegasus Kowloon Bay
20:00(GMT+8) Ramos   46'  83'
Choi Kwok Wai   63'
Cheung Kwok Ming   64'
Alex   71'  90'
Report   28' Godfred
  90' Carrijo
  90' Mbome
  90' Dodd
Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)

Attendance: 187
Referee: Tong Kui Sum
Assistant referees:
Ng Kai Lam
Yu Chun San
Fourth official: Sarao, Amarjit Singh
3 March 2012 (2012-03-03) Wofoo Tai Po 2–5 Kitchee Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Afonso   11'
To Hon To   19'
William Carlos Gomes   41'
Annan   72'
Report Afonso   4' (o.g.)
Lam Ka Wai   13'
Fernando Recio   30'
Jordi Tarrés   49'54'
Losada   78'
Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)
3 March 2012 (2012-03-03) Citizen 2–2 Biu Chun Rangers Mong Kok
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)
4 March 2012 (2012-03-04) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 1–2 Tuen Mun Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)
4 March 2012 (2012-03-04) South China 1–1 Sham Shui Po So Kon Po
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Round 13Edit

15 March 2012 (2012-03-15) Kitchee 1–0 Sham Shui Po Tseung Kwan O
20:00(GMT+8) Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)
17 March 2012 (2012-03-17) Wofoo Tai Po 0–4 South China Tai Po
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Tai Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,000)
17 March 2012 (2012-03-17) TSW Pegasus 6–4 Citizen Yuen Long
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)
18 March 2012 (2012-03-18) Biu Chun Rangers 1–1 Tuen Mun Tsing Yi
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity:1,500)
18 March 2012 (2012-03-18) Hong Kong Sapling 1–1 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Kowloon Bay
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)

Round 14Edit

29 March 2012 (2012-03-29) Kitchee 2–2 South China Tseung Kwan O
20:00(GMT+8) Lam Ka Wai   13'
Yago   53'
Report Giovane   73'
Dhiego   87'
Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)

Attendance: 2,751
31 March 2012 (2012-03-31) Sham Shui Po 0–1 Wofoo Tai Po Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Report Carlos   64' Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,196)

Attendance: 558
31 March 2012 (2012-03-31) Citizen 1–1 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Mong Kok
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 751
1 April 2012 (2012-04-01) Tuen Mun 1–1 TSW Pegasus Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Report Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)

Attendance: 1,099
1 April 2012 (2012-04-01) Hong Kong Sapling 2–3 Biu Chun Rangers Kowloon Bay
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)

Attendance: 152

Round 15Edit

28 January 2012 (2012-01-28) Citizen 1–0 Sham Shui Po Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Moses   22'
Detinho   74'
Chiu Chun Kit   76'
  49' Lau Cheuk Hin
  73' Fong Pak Lun
  81' Santos
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 992
Referee: Liu Kwok Man
29 January 2012 (2012-01-29) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 1–2 Kitchee Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Barry   22'
Pak Wing Chak   27'
Leung Tsz Chun   46'
Pan Jia   54'
Report   27' Jordi
  44' Yago
  62' Chao Pengfei
Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 2,026
Referee: Ng Kai Lam
Assistant referees:
Chow Chun Kit
Lam Chi Ho
Fourth official: Ng Chiu Kok
7 April 2012 (2012-04-07) Biu Chun Rangers 0–3 TSW Pegasus Mong Kok
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Attendance: 1,087
7 April 2012 (2012-04-07) Hong Kong Sapling 2–3 Wofoo Tai Po Kowloon Bay Park
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Kowloon Bay Park
(Capacity:1,200)
8 April 2012 (2012-04-08) Tuen Mun 1–1 South China Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)

Note: Matches between Citizen and Sham Shui Po and between Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei and Kitchee were held in January 2012.
Note: The match between Biu Chun Rangers and TSW Pegasus was played at Mong Kok Stadium. (Originally at Tsing Yi Sports Ground)

Round 16Edit

19 April 2012 (2012-04-19) Kitchee 3–1 Citizen Tseung Kwan O
20:00(GMT+8) Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)
21 April 2012 (2012-04-21) Sham Shui Po 2–1 Biu Chun Rangers Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,186)
21 April 2012 (2012-04-21) Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei 2–1 Wofoo Tai Po Mong Kok
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)
22 April 2012 (2012-04-22) Tuen Mun 3–0 Hong Kong Sapling Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)
22 April 2012 (2012-04-22) South China 4–0 TSW Pegasus So Kon Po
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)

Attendance: 2,037

Round 17Edit

3 May 2012 (2012-05-03) Kitchee 1–0 Tuen Mun Tseung Kwan O
20:00(GMT+8) Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)
4 May 2012 (2012-05-04) Biu Chun Rangers 2–5 South China Tsing Yi
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Tsing Yi Sports Ground
(Capacity:1,500)
5 May 2012 (2012-05-05) TSW Pegasus 4–0 Wofoo Tai Po Yuen Long
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)
15 May 2012 (2012-05-15) Citizen 0–2 Hong Kong Sapling Mong Kok
20:00(GMT+8) Stadium: Mong Kok Stadium
(Capacity:6,680)

Note: The match between Biu Chun Rangers and South China AA will be played at Mong Kok Stadium. (Originally at Tsing Yi Sports Ground)

  • Due to unstable weather condition, the bma First Division League match between Citizen and HK Sapling which held at Mongkok Stadium tonight (4 May 2012) had been abandoned and rescheduled to 15 May 2012

Round 18Edit

18 May 2012 (2012-05-18) TSW Pegasus 1–2 Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Yuen Long
20:00(GMT+8) Stadium: Yuen Long Stadium
(Capacity:4,932)
19 May 2012 (2012-05-19) Sham Shui Po 1–2 Hong Kong Sapling Sham Shui Po
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Sham Shui Po Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,196)
19 May 2012 (2012-05-19) South China 2–2 Citizen So Kon Po
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Hong Kong Stadium
(Capacity:40,000)
20 May 2012 (2012-05-20) Tuen Mun 3–2 Wofoo Tai Po Tuen Mun
14:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Tuen Mun Tang Shiu Kin Sports Ground
(Capacity:2,200)
20 May 2012 (2012-05-20) Kitchee 4–1 Biu Chun Rangers Tseung Kwan O
17:30(GMT+8) Stadium: Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground
(Capacity:3,500)

Season statisticsEdit

Top scorersEdit

Rank Player Club Goals[11]
1 Sandro Biu Chun Rangers 11
Itaparica TSW Pegasus
3 Leandro Carrijo TSW Pegasus 10
4 Godfred Karikari TSW Pegasus 9
6 Roberto Losada Kitchee 8
Mamadou Barry Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei
8 Alex Tayo Akande Hong Kong Sapling 7

Hat-tricksEdit

Player For Against Result Date
Godfred Karikari TSW Pegasus Sham Shui Po WIN 4–0 24 September 2011
Lo Chi Kwan Kitchee Hong Kong Sapling WIN 6–0 25 September 2011
Mamadou Barry Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei Sham Shui Po WIN 5–0 16 October 2011
Ling Cong Tuen Mun Sham Shui Po WIN 2–6 23 October 2011
Yuto Nakamura Citizen Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei WIN 2–3 16 December 2011
Sandro Biu Chun Rangers Hong Kong Sapling WIN 4–0 18 December 2011

ScoringEdit

Clean SheetsEdit

AwardsEdit

Monthly awardsEdit

HKSPA Most Valuable Player of the MonthEdit

Month HKSPA Most Valuable Player of the Month
Player Club
September Godfred Karikari[12][13] TSW Pegasus
October Cheng Siu Wai[14][15] Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei
November Hou Yu[16][17][18] Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei
December Joel[19][20] South China
January Jordi Tarrés[21] Kitchee
February Cristiano Cordeiro[22] Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei
March Lam Ka Wai[23] Kitchee
April Lo Kwan Yee[24] Kitchee

Keymansoho Best Eleven of the MonthEdit

Month Keymansoho Best Eleven of the Month
Goalkeeper Club Defenders Clubs Midfielders Clubs Forwards Clubs
September Tse Tak Him Citizen Jack Sealy
Ng Wai Chiu
Jean-Jacques Kilama
Cheung Kin Fung
Sun Hei
South China
Sun Hei
TSW Pegasus
Chan Man Fai
Dane Milovanovic
Itaparica
Cheng Siu Wai
Kitchee
Sun Hei
TSW Pegasus
Sun Hei
Roberto Losada
Godfred Karikari
Kitchee
TSW Pegasus
October Pang Tsz Kin Wofoo Tai Po Jack Sealy
Ng Wai Chiu
Clayton Afonso
Cheung Kin Fung
Sun Hei
South China
Wofoo Tai Po
TSW Pegasus
Lee Wai Lim
Dane Milovanovic
Gao Wen
Cheng Siu Wai
Kitchee
Sun Hei
Kitchee
Sun Hei
Jaimes McKee
Christian Annan
TSW Pegasus
Wofoo Tai Po
November Hou Yu Sun Hei Jack Sealy
Lucas
Chiu Chun Kit
Cheung Kin Fung
Sun Hei
TSW Pegasus
Citizen
TSW Pegasus
Paulinho
Huang Yang
Itaparica
Cheng Siu Wai
Citizen
Kitchee
TSW Pegasus
Sun Hei
Detinho
Leandro Carrijó
Citizen
TSW Pegasus
December Yapp Hung Fai South China Jack Sealy
Joel
Chan Wai Ho
Wong Chin Hung
Sun Hei
South China
South China
South China
Paulinho
Bai He
Itaparica
Lee Hong Lim
Citizen
South China
TSW Pegasus
TSW Pegasus
Yuto Nakamura
Chan Siu Ki
Citizen
South China
First Leg Hou Yu Sun Hei Jack Sealy
Chan Wai Ho
Joel
Cheung Kin Fung
Sun Hei
South China
South China
TSW Pegasus
Paulinho
Milutin Trnavać
Itaparica
Cheng Siu Wai
Citizen
Tuen Mun
TSW Pegasus
Sun Hei
Godfred Karikari
Sandro
TSW Pegasus
Biu Chun Rangers
February Leung Hing Kit Biu Chun Rangers Lee Wai Lun
Ng Wai Chiu
Cristiano Cordeiro
Wong Chin Hung
TSW Pegasus
TSW Pegasus
Sun Hei
South China
João Emir
Lam Hok Hei
Chan Man Fai
South China
Biu Chun Rangers
Kitchee
Godfred Karikari
Sandro
Dhiego Martins
TSW Pegasus
Biu Chun Rangers
South China

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Sun Hei 5–0 Sham Shui Po
  2. ^ Biu Chun Rangers 4–0 Hong Kong Sapling
  3. ^ a b (in Chinese) 足球 bma續贊助港甲 Apple Daily. 30 August 2011.
  4. ^ (in Chinese)港甲球證獲服裝贊助 Wen Wei Po. 31 August 2011.
  5. ^ (in Chinese)Rasonic 樂信牌 Citizen FC. 7 September 2011.
  6. ^ 2011/12 年球季新聞發佈會 Archived 9 September 2011 at the Wayback Machine(in Chinese)
  7. ^ (in Chinese)足球 now634台將播港甲 Apple Daily. 19 August 2011.
  8. ^ (in Chinese)now播港足 毋須加錢任睇 Ming Pao. 19 August 2011.
  9. ^ (in Chinese)足總擬「 4不」對付晨曦 Apple Daily. 7 September 2011.
  10. ^ (in Chinese)晨曦拒絕出資協辦頻道 Archived 16 July 2012 at archive.today Sing Tao Daily (by Sina.com.hk) 8 September 2011.
  11. ^ "Top Scorers". HKFA. 10 September 2011. Archived from the original on 18 May 2011. Retrieved 10 September 2011.
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  14. ^ (in Chinese) 晨曦闖4強 劍指全季不敗, Ming Pao, 28 November 2011
  15. ^ (in Chinese) 鄭少偉---港甲十月MVP, Youtube, 29 November 2011
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  17. ^ (in Chinese) 侯宇當選11月最佳, Oriental Daily, 17 December 2011
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  19. ^ (in Chinese) 祖爾奪香港體記協會甲足 十二月最有價值球員, Wen Wei Po, 27 January 2012
  20. ^ (in Chinese) 祖爾---港甲十二月MVP, Youtube, 7 February 2012
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  22. ^ (in Chinese) [http://paper.wenweipo.com/2012/04/01/SP1204010023.htm 港菁向流浪搶分, Wen Wei Po, 1 April 2012
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