1987–88 Hong Kong First Division League

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Hong Kong First Division
Champions South China
RelegatedPo Chai Pills
May Ching
Matches played108
Goals scored245 (2.27 per match)
1988–89

The 1987–88 Hong Kong First Division League season was the 77th since its establishment.

League table

PosTeamPldWPKWPKLLGFGAGDPts
1 South China (C)24182225113+3860
2 Happy Valley 24165214010+3060
3 Sing Tao 24105182726+141
4 Sea Bee 2481692828032
5 Double Flower 24652112130930
6 Eastern 246351021341329
7 Tsuen Wan 245621119361729
8Po Chai Pills (R)245261120351525
9May Ching (R)243251422331118
Source: RSSSF
Rules for classification: 2 points for draw won on penalties, 1 point for draw lost on penalties
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

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