2011–12 Hong Kong Second Division League

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Hong Kong Second Division League
Season2011–12
Champions Kam Fung
Promoted Southern
Matches played132
Goals scored470 (3.56 per match)
2012–13

2011–12 Hong Kong Second Division League is the 98th season of Hong Kong Second Division League, a football league in Hong Kong.

Contents

Teams

Changes from last season

From Second Division League

Relegated to Third Division League

To Second Division League

Relegated from First Division League

Team Overview

Double Flower
花花
Kam Fung
金鋒科技
Happy Valley
愉園
HKFC
港會
Finishing position on last season: 2nd Runner-upFinishing position on last season: 7thFinishing position on last season: 5thFinishing position on last season: 10th(First Division)
Kwai Tsing
葵青
Kwun Tong
觀塘
Shatin
沙田
Southern
南區
Finishing position on last season: 9thFinishing position on last season: 2nd(Third Division "District")Finishing position on last season: 4thFinishing position on last season: 6th
Tai Chung
大中
Wanchai
灣仔
Wing Yee
永義
Yuen Long
元朗
Finishing position on last season: 9th(First Division)Finishing position on last season: 1st(Third Division "District")Finishing position on last season: 8thFinishing position on last season: 10th

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Kam Fung 2216246924+4550Promotion to First Division
2 Southern 2214534323+2047
3 Hong Kong FC 2214444623+2346
4 Wanchai 2212463529+640
5 Double Flower 2212376035+2539
6 Happy Valley 2211293430+435
7 Shatin 2274114143225
8 Tai Chung 22741135562125
9 Yuen Long 22641226431722
10 Wing Yee 22631336663021
11 Kwun Tong 22441420432316Relegation to Third Division
12 Kwai Tsing 2223172555309
Updated to match(es) played on 15 April 2012. Source: Second Division – Score Table
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) number of goals scored.

Results table

Home \ Away DFL HVA HKF KAM KTD KTF SHA SOU TAI WCH WYE YLF
Double Flower 0–21–20–13–23–24–12–42–01–16–14–2
Happy Valley 0–41–02–32–12–03–21–10–12–12–54–0
Hong Kong FC 2–23–22–12–21–14–00–16–32–10–35–0
Kam Fung 4–31–00–15–18–02–21–14–22–03–03–1
Kwai Tsing 0–41–41–40–44–40–20–10–41–21–22–0
Kwun Tong 0–11–02–30–12–11–20–24–10–10–10–0
Shatin 2–10–11–11–32–10–11–16–11–25–41–3
Southern 3–31–20–22–12–12–03–10–13–32–13–1
Tai Chung 3–20–20–10–83–11–11–10–24–33–31–4
Wanchai 1–41–01–03–22–03–11–01–34–12–10–0
Wing Yee 2–72–20–40–61–51–05–41–51–41–11–2
Yuen Long 0–32–00–13–60–05–00–60–11–10–12–0
Updated to match(es) played on 15 April 2012. Source: Second Division League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

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