1935–36 Hong Kong First Division League

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Hong Kong First Division
Season1935–36
Champions South China A
Matches played182
Goals scored708 (3.89 per match)
1936–37

The 1935–36 Hong Kong First Division League season was the 28th since its establishment.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
1 South China A (C)2619257931+4840
2Chinese Athletic Association2614934626+2037
3Royal Welch Fusiliers2614756838+3035
4Police2413835831+2734
5 South China B 2612955237+1533
6Royal Navy26160106854+1432
7 HKFC 2613586141+2031
8Royal Ulster Rifles269984939+1027
9Eastern Lancashire Regiment26114114948+126
10St. Joseph's26921544722820
11Club de Recreio26751434461219
12Kowloon FC26731641551417
13Royal Garrison Artillery (Lyemun)2632214282408
14Royal Garrison Artillery (Stonecutters)26132217108915
Source: rsssf.com
(C) Champion.

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