|Goals scored||172 (3.07 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Fábio Lopes (Happy Valley) |
Oliveira (Happy Valley)
The 2005–06 Hong Kong First Division League season was the 94th since its establishment.
|1||Happy Valley (C)||14||11||2||1||39||15||+24||35|
|2||Xiangxue Sun Hei||14||8||2||4||30||15||+15||26|
|8||Hong Kong 08||14||0||2||12||3||43||−40||2|
|Pos||Name||Club||First Division||FA Cup||Senior Shield||League Cup||Total Goals|
|1||Lico||Xiangxue Sun Hei||9||6||2||2||19|
|2||Fábio Lopes||Happy Valley||10||0||1||4||15|
|2||Keith Jerome Gumbs||Kitchee FC||7||0||4||4||15|
|4||Clodoaldo de Oliveira||Happy Valley||10||1||2||0||13|
|5||Au Wai Lun||South China||8||2||0||0||10|
|6||Julius Akosah||Xiangxue Sun Hei||4||0||0||3||7|
|Pos||Pos in |
|Name||Club||First Division||FA Cup||Senior Shield||League Cup||Total Goals|
|1||5||Au Wai Lun||South China||8||2||0||0||10|
|2||7||Lee Kin Wo||Xiangxue Sun Hei||4||0||0||2||6|
|2||7||Cheung Kin Fung||Kitchee||3||0||0||3||6|
|4||10||Leung Chun Pong||Citizen||3||1||0||1||5|
|4||10||Chan Yiu Lun||Xiangxue Sun Hei||2||1||0||2||5|
|4||10||Lo Chi Kwan||Xiangxue Sun Hei||3||0||0||2||5|
|Pos||Pos in |
|Name||Club||Total League Goals|
|1||2||Fábio Lopes||Happy Valley||10|
|3||1||Lico||Xiangxue Sun Hei||9|
|4||4||Au Wai Lun||South China||8|
|5||3||Keith Gumbs||Kitchee FC||7|
|6||6||Julius Akosah||Xiangxue Sun Hei||4|
|6||7||Lee Kin Wo||Xiangxue Sun Hei||4|
|6||10||Godfred Karikari||Buler Rangers||4|
|6||16||Wu Jun||Buler Rangers||4|
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