2012–13 Hong Kong Third Division League

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Hong Kong Third Division League
Season2012–13
Promoted Wong Tai Sin
Lucky Mile
Kwun Tong
Kwai Tsing
Relegated Fukien
Matches played182
Goals scored519 (2.85 per match)
Biggest home win Lucky Mile 7–1 Fukien
Biggest away win Kwok Keung 1–6 Fukien
Highest scoring Lucky Mile 6–3 Kwok Keung
Longest winning run6 games
Kwun Tong
Lucky Mile
Longest unbeaten run18 games
Kwun Tong
Longest winless run15 games
Kowloon City
Telecom
Longest losing run8 games
Telecom
2013–14

2012–13 Hong Kong Third Division League is the 62nd season of Hong Kong Third Division League, a football league in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Third Division League is the fourth-highest division overall in the Hong Kong football league system under the organization of Hong Kong Football Association.

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Team review

The 2012–13 season of the Hong Kong Third Division League consists of 14 clubs, including the 2 teams relegated from 2011–12 Second Division, 3rd placed to 10th placed team of 2011–12 Third 'A' Division and the top 4 teams of 2011–12 Third 'District' Division.

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

2011–12 Hong Kong Third Division League is divided into Hong Kong Third 'A' Division League and Hong Kong Third 'District' Division League. For the Third 'A' Division League, this year is the 61st season, while for the Third 'District' Division League, this year is the 10th season.

The detail of the clubs is as follows.

Club
League
in 2011–12
Position
in 2011–12
Eastern District Third 'District' Division 2nd
Fire Services Third 'A' Division 3rd
Fu Moon Third 'A' Division 4th
Fukien AC Third 'A' Division 9th
KCDRSC Third 'A' Division 10th
Kowloon City Third 'District' Division 4th
Kwai Tsing Second Division 12th
Kwok Keung Third 'A' Division 7th
Kwun Tong FA Second Division 11th
Lucky Mile Third 'A' Division 8th
New Fair Kui Tan Third 'A' Division 5th
Telecom Third 'A' Division 6th
Tsuen Wan Third 'District' Division 1st
Wong Tai Sin Third 'District' Division 3rd

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Wong Tai Sin (C, P)2618535925+3459Promotion to Second Division
2 Lucky Mile (P)2618356629+3757
3 Kwun Tong (P)2616644825+2354
4 Kwai Tsing (P)2613675334+1945
5 New Fair Kui Tan 2612684025+1542
6 Fire Services 269983833+536
7 Tsuen Wan 269892123235
8 Fu Moon 2688102937832
9 Eastern District 2687113836+231
10 KCDRSC 26831524472327
11 Kowloon City 26571428502222
12 Kwok Keung 26561525583321 [lower-alpha 1]
13 Telecom 26561520503021 [lower-alpha 1]
14 Fukien (R)26481428451720Relegation to Fourth Division
Updated to match(es) played on 5 May 2013. Source: hkfa.com
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.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. 1 2 KKA 1–0 TEL; TEL 0–3 KKA

Results table

Home \ Away EDS FIR FUM FUK KCD KLC KTD KKA KTF LML NFK TEL TWF WTS
Eastern District 2–21–21–13–21–12–24–05–01–43–21–01–20–3
Fire Services 1–11–23–02–04–10–11–12–20–31–32–30–01–1
Fu Moon 1–01–11–31–01–00–01–53–31–11–22–11–32–2
Fukien 2–00–02–21–52–10–00–01–21–11–11–10–11–2
KCDRSC 0–11–11–02–11–21–31–00–40–50–41–10–10–3
Kowloon City 0–42–31–11–03–03–30–00–10–40–51–10–02–4
Kwai Tsing 5–12–33–14–11–34–25–12–20–23–03–01–02–2
Kwok Keung 0–40–20–31–60–12–02–31–00–31–11–01–10–5
Kwun Tong 1–02–01–12–14–12–12–03–01–11–03–02–00–1
Lucky Mile 2–13–11–07–14–13–13–26–33–01–23–02–10–4
New Fair Kui Tan 1–01–20–11–00–11–11–03–01–13–11–23–12–0
Telecom 1–10–21–02–10–21–30–30–30–42–11–10–21–2
Tsuen Wan 0–01–01–02–00–00–10–12–00–30–20–01–11–1
Wong Tai Sin 1–00–33–02–12–02–12–03–31–23–02–15–13–1
Updated to match(es) played on 5 May 2013. Source: Third Division League
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

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