2006–07 Hong Kong Second Division League

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2006–07 Hong Kong Second Division League was the 93rd season of Hong Kong Second Division League.

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The top 2 teams in 2005–06 season, HKFC and Tai Po have promoted to First Division. However, the bottom 2 teams in First Division are retained by HKFA in the top division. Therefore, the number of teams competing in the Second Division in 2006–07 is reduced from 13 to 11 teams. The 2 teams promoted from Third Division were Shek Kip Mei and Yau Tsim Mong.

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Tung Po (C)201532478+3948Refused promotion to First Division
2 Shek Kip Mei (P)2014426818+5046Promotion to First Division
3 Fukien 209563928+1132
4 New Fair Kui Tan 2094718281031
5 Double Flower 208482735828
6 Kwai Tsing 2075823331026
7 Lucky Mile 2082102831326
8 Mutual 205872225323
9 Kwok Keung 20711217311422
10 Eastern (P)20541128451719Relegation to Third 'A' Division by rule
but subsequently invited to promote to First Division League
after obtaining sufficient sponsorship
11 Yau Tsim Mong (R)2014151651357Relegation to Third 'District' Division
Source: The Hong Kong Football Association
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Results

Top goalscorers

PosNameClubNumber of goals
1 Ching Ho Yin Shek Kip Mei 20
2 Chan Kung Pok Fukien 12
2 James John Daws Tung Po 12
4 Lo Chi Fung Tung Po 11
5 Wong Lung Fai Fukien 9
5 Michael John Risely Lucky Mile 9
RankDateTeams and ResultsTotal Goals
1Round 22: 15 April 2007 Shek Kip Mei 12–2 Double Flower 14
2Round 9: 4 November 2006 Eastern 2–7 Shek Kip Mei 9
2Round 12: 28 January 2007 New Fair Kui Tan 0–9 Shek Kip Mei 9
4Round 7: 22 October 2006 Eastern 4–4 Fukien AA 8
4Round 12: 28 January 2007 Lucky Mile 6–2 Yau Tsim Mong 8
RankDateTeams and ResultsGoal Difference
1Round 22: 15 April 2007 Shek Kip Mei 12–2 Double Flower 10
2Round 12: 28 January 2007 New Fair Kui Tan 0–9 Shek Kip Mei 9
3Round 18: 18 March 2007 Tung Po 6–0 Yau Tsim Mong 6
4Round 9: 4 November 2006 Eastern 2–7 Yau Tsim Mong 5
4Round 12: 28 January 2007 Double Flower 0–5 Tung Po 5
4Round 18: 18 March 2007 Fukien 6–1 Eastern 5

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