2019 HKFC International Soccer Sevens

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2019 HKFC International Soccer Sevens, officially known as The HKFC Citi Soccer Sevens due to sponsorship reasons, is the 20th staging of the HKFC International Soccer Sevens tournament. It was held on 17–19 May 2019. In this edition, there were a number of celebrations to commemorate 20 years of the tournament. [1]

Contents

Competing Teams

Masters Tournament

Group A

Group B

Main Tournament

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Guest Referees

Main Tournament - Group Stage

Group A

PTeamGPWDLGFGAPts
1 West Ham United 3210517
2 Portimonense 3120105
3 Fulham 3111514
4 HKFC Captain's Select30031100

West Ham United 4-1 HKFC Captain's Select
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Portimonense 1-0 HKFC Captain's Select
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Fulham 5-0 HKFC Captain's Select
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McAvoy Soccerball shade.svg
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Abraham Soccerball shade.svg

Group B

PTeamGPWDLGFGAPts
1 Leicester City 3210417
2 Kitchee 3120325
3 Aston Villa 3111424
4 Singapore Cricket Club 3003060


Aston Villa 3-0 Singapore Cricket Club
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Group C

PTeamGPWDLGFGAPts
1 Newcastle United 3210207
2 Brighton & Hove Albion. 3111114
3Kerry Yau Yee League Select α 3102233
4 Kashima Antlers 3102233
3rd and 4th place decided by 4-a-side Golden Goal game. Kerry Yau Yee League Select's goalkeeper, Pete Smith, scored the deciding goal.

Newcastle United 1-0Kerry Yau Yee League Select
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Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0Kerry Yau Yee League Select
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Kashima Antlers 1-2Kerry Yau Yee League Select
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Group D

PTeamGPWDLGFGAPts
1 Wolverhampton Wanderers b 3210417
2 Rangers 3210417
3 Hong Kong Football Club 3102243
4HKFA Red Dragons3003140
^b 1st and 2nd place decided by 4-a-side Golden Goal game which Wolverhampton Wanderers won.
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1HKFA Red Dragons
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HKFA Red Dragons0-1 Hong Kong Football Club
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Rangers 1-0HKFA Red Dragons
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Main Tournament - Knockout Stage

Matches in the knockout stage were now 14 minutes each half, with golden goal extra time and a sudden death penalty shootout in the event of a draw.

Plate

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
A3 Fulham (pen.) 1 (4)
C4 Kashima Antlers 1 (3)
Fulham 1
Aston Villa 3
B3 Aston Villa 5
D4 HKFA Red Dragons 2
Aston Villa 2
Kerry Yau Yee League Select 0
C3 Kerry Yau Yee League Select (pen.) 0 (10)
A4 HKFC Captain's Select 0 (9)
Kerry Yau Yee League Select1
Singapore Cricket Club 0
D3 Hong Kong Football Club 1 (3)
B4 Singapore Cricket Club (pen.) 1 (4)

Shield

Semifinals Finals
      
Brighton & Hove Albion 2
Leicester City 4
Leicester City 1
Wolverhampton Wanderers (AET) 2
Portimonese 0
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2

Cup

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
A1 West Ham United 2
C2 Brighton & Hove Albion 0
West Ham United 0
Rangers (AET) 1
B1 Leicester City 2
D2 Rangers (AET) 3
Rangers 3
Newcastle United (AET) 4
C1 Newcastle United 2
A2 Portimonese 0
Newcastle United 2
Kitchee 0
D1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1
B2 Kitchee (AET) 2

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