2018–19 Hong Kong Second Division League

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Hong Kong Second Division
Season2018–19
Champions North District
Promoted North District
Kwun Tong
Relegated Qiyi Hanstti
Sun Hei
Matches played182
Goals scored799 (4.39 per match)
Top goalscorerNg Man Hei (Kwun Tong)
(21 goals) [1]
Biggest home win North District 7–0 Tung Sing
(28 April 2019)
Biggest away win Sun Hei 0–8 St. Joseph's
(31 March 2019)
Highest scoring Kwong Wah 6–3 Lucky Mile
(25 November 2018)
Kwun Tong 6–3 Tuen Mun
(23 February 2019)
Longest winning run10 matches
North District
Longest unbeaten run21 matches
North District
Longest winless run9 matches
Sun Hei
Longest losing run8 matches
Sun Hei
2019–20

The 2018–19 Hong Kong Second Division League was the 5th season of the Hong Kong Second Division since it became the third-tier football league in Hong Kong in 2014–15. [2] The season began on 9 September 2018 and ended on 26 May 2019.

Contents

Teams

Changes from last season

From Second Division

Relegated to Third Division

To Second Division

Relegated from First Division

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 North District (C, P)2621326720+4766Promotion to First Division
2 Sham Shui Po (P)2618176027+3355
3 Kwun Tong 2617365429+2554
4 St. Joseph's 2615475734+2349
5 Kwong Wah 2612685133+1842
6 Tuen Mun 2611694646039
7 Lucky Mile 26114114643+337
8 Wing Go Fu Moon 26112133643735
9 Yau Tsim Mong 26102143945632
10 Wan Chai 26851333471429
11 Kowloon City 26831528461827
12 Tung Sing 26821636531726
13 Qiyi Hanstti (R)26621825593420Relegation to Third Division
14 Sun Hei (R)26332021745312
Updated to match(es) played on 26 May 2019. Source: Hong Kong Football Association
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) Goals scored; 7) Fair-play points; 8) Drawing lots
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

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References

  1. "Second Division Top Scorer". HKFA.
  2. "Hong Kong Second Division". HKFA. Retrieved 26 August 2017.