2003–04 Hong Kong First Division League

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Hong Kong First Division
Champions Sun Hei
Relegated Fire Services
Matches played90
Goals scored283 (3.14 per match)
Top goalscorer Keith Gumbs (Happy Valley)

The 2003–04 Hong Kong First Division League season was the 92nd since its establishment.

League table

1 Sun Hei (C)1814224718+2944
2 Kitchee 1814044319+2442
3 Happy Valley 1812244223+1938
4 Buler Rangers 189093228+427
5 Xiangxue Pharmaceutical 186482826+222
6 Nancheng Real Estate (W)185582531620 [lower-alpha 1]
7 South China 185582128720
8 Fukien 18531017311418
9 Sunray Cave 1836914321815
10 Fire Services (R)1813141453396
Source: www.rsssf.com Hongkong 2003/04
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated; (W) Withdrew.
  1. Nancheng Real Estate folded after the season.

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