|Full name||Au Yeung Yiu Chung|
|Date of birth||11 July 1989|
|Place of birth||Hong Kong|
|Height||1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Playing position(s)||Attacking midfielder|
|2005–2006||Hong Kong 09|
|2005–2006||Hong Kong 09||13||(3)|
|2006–2007||Hong Kong 08||16||(3)|
|2013–2014||Yokohama FC (HKG)||14||(1)|
|2007–2011||Hong Kong U-23||18||(0)|
| * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 24 August 2020|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 16 October 2012
|Au Yeung Yiu Chung|
|Traditional Chinese||歐 陽 耀 冲|
Au Yeung Yiu Chung (born 11 July 1989 in Hong Kong), commonly known as Au Chung, is a Hong Kong professional footballer who is currently a free agent.
Au Yeung Yiu Chung studied at Yan Chai Hospital Tung Chi Ying Memorial Secondary School in Shatin and played for the school's football team in inter-school tournaments.
Au Yeung Yiu Chung made his debut in the Hong Kong First Division League for Hong Kong 08. After the team was disbanded at the end of the season, he turned down an offer from South China to join Workable for the 2007–08 season.
After one season with Workable, which sees the team relegated for 2008–09 season, Au Yeung Yiu Chung finally joins South China and takes over the vacant no. 10 shirt. He was only 18 when he signed for South China.
At South China his playing opportunities are less regular as he plays in a similar position as team captain Li Haiqiang.
In 2010, Au spent a week at Tottenham Hotspur, the club partner of South China AA, and trained with the first team and received personal training from the Hotspurs.
In October 2011, Au Yeung Yiu Chung and teammate Kwok Kin Pong were sent to Tottenham Hotspur for training with Spurs' first team as part of the duo's development.
In the 2011 AFC Cup, Au Yeung Yiu Chung was sent on as a substitute against East Bengal. He played on the right wing and delivered a perfect cross for Mateja Kežman to head home and scored the winning goal for South China.
On 10 June 2013, Yokohama FC (HKG) announced that they have recruited Au Yeung Yiu Chung and will send him, alongside Wong Wai, Leung Kwun Chung and Lee Kar Yiu to Yokohama FC on 16 June for a month's training. Au Yeung Yiu Chung said he joined Yokohama FC Hong Kong because he wants more playing opportunities. He will wear number 19 for his new club.
He scored his only goal in the season against Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei on 30 March 2014.
On 22 August 2014, Atlético CP announced through their official website that they have completed the transfer of Au Yeung Yiu Chung.He made his debut against S.C. Olhanense on 24 May 2015.
Au Yeung Yiu Chung was unable to establish a place in Atlético CP. He transferred to G.S. Loures on 1 November 2015. Also, he has played 90 minutes for the first match.
On 26 December 2015, Au Yeung Yiu Chung had signed by China League One club Guizhou Zhicheng with a 3 years contract.
On 2 March 2018, Hong Kong Premier League club Dreams announced that they had signed Au Chung.On 3 July 2018, the club announced that Au Yeung's services would not be retained.
After an injury shorted half season, Au Chung left Dreams. He signed a one-year contract with Tai Po on 31 July 2018 in order to work with head coach Lee Chi Kin.
Though with the experience in Chinese super league and Chinese league one in previous year, Au Yeung was unable to break into the first team and chance was limited in reserve team. He was played 4 times in the entire season, including 2 league matches, 1 cup match and 1 AFC match.
On 19 June 2019, Au Chung announced that his contract with Tai Po had ended and would search for a new club abroad.
On 31 July 2019, Au Chung signed a one-year contract with Rangers. He became a regular player in the first two league matches but failed to lead the team to victory.And he went on playing for the club in the first half of the 2019–20 season while a regular starting XI place was not guaranteed due to the arrival of several attacking players. He was released by the club after the club announced that they would withdraw from the remaining of the season.
He was selected for the Hong Kong team in 2008 and made his international debut in the 9–1 thrashing of Macau in November of the same year, scoring one goal.
On 14 January 2009, he scored his second goal for Hong Kong with a freekick against India. On 30 September 2011, Au Yeung Yiu Chung scored the equalising goal in the 3:3 draw with the Philippines in the 2011 Long Teng Cup.
Au Yeung Yiu Chung was appointed as captain by coach Kim Pan Gon for the Hong Kong national under-23 football team at the 2009 East Asian Games and led the side to the final against Japan national under-23 football team. The game ended 1–1 after extra time. Au Yeung missed his penalty in the penalty shoot-out and cried. Fortunately Hong Kong scored all the other penalties while Yapp Hung Fai made multiple saves and won the gold medal, which was the first international football tournament title that Hong Kong had obtained.
Au Yeung Yiu Chung was a member of the Hong Kong national under-23 football team again for the 2010 Asian Games. In the final group game, Au Yeung Yiu Chung scored two goals against Bangladesh and helped Hong Kong win 4:1 and advance to the knock-out stage for the first time in 52 years.But Hong Kong was then eliminated by 0:3 by Oman.
Au Yeung Yiu Chung was a member of the Hong Kong national under-23 football team again for the 2012 London Olympics. The team won its first round tie against Maldives by 7:0 aggregate score but lost 0:3 on aggregate to Uzbekistan in the second round.
He has been omitted from the national squad ever since due to his lack of form.
As of 7 Oct 2015
|Club||Season||League||Junior Shield||League Cup||FA Cup||AFC Cup||Total|
|Hong Kong 09||2005–06||13||3||1||0||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||14||3|
|Club||Season||League||Senior Shield||League Cup||FA Cup||AFC Cup||Total|
|Hong Kong 08||2006–07||16||3||1||0||4||1||1||0||N/A||N/A||22||4|
|Yokohama FC (HKG)||2013–14||14||1||0||0||0||0||1||0||N/A||N/A||15||1|
|Club||Season||League||Taça de Portugal||Taça da Liga||Total|
|Club||Season||League||Taça de Portugal||Taça da Liga||Total|
As of 29 February 2012
|1||14 March 2007||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||0–2||0||2008 Summer Olympics qualification|
|2||28 March 2007||Mong Kok Stadium, Hong Kong||0–1||0||2008 Summer Olympics qualification|
|3||18 April 2007||MPPJ Stadium, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia||1–0||0||2008 Summer Olympics qualification|
|4||16 May 2007||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||0–4||0||2008 Summer Olympics qualification|
|5||6 June 2007||Abbasiyyin Stadium, Damascus, Syria||1–4||0||2008 Summer Olympics qualification|
|6||4 December 2009||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong||4–1||0||(c)||2009 East Asian Games|
|7||8 December 2009||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong||0–1||0||(c)||2009 East Asian Games|
|8||10 December 2009||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||1–1 (4–2 PSO)||0||(c)||2009 East Asian Games|
|9||12 December 2009||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||1–1 (4–2 PSO)||0||(c)||2009 East Asian Games|
|2 November 2010||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground, Hong Kong||South China||0–4||0||Friendly|
|10||7 November 2010||Huadu Stadium, Guangzhou, China||1–1||0||2010 Asian Games|
|11||9 November 2010||Huadu Stadium, Guangzhou, China||1–0||0||2010 Asian Games|
|12||11 November 2010||Huadu Stadium, Guangzhou, China||4–1||0||2010 Asian Games|
|13||15 November 2010||Huangpu Sports Center, Guangzhou, China||0–3||0||2010 Asian Games|
|14||24 January 2010||So Kon Po Recreation Ground, Hong Kong||4–0||0||Friendly|
|15||26 January 2010||Sai Tso Wan Recreation Ground, Hong Kong||1–0||0||Friendly|
|3 June 2010||Xianghe Sports Center, Beijing, China||Tianjin Teda||2–2||0||(c)||Friendly|
|9 June 2010||Xianghe Sports Center, Beijing, China||Tianjin Teda||2–2||0||Friendly|
|16||12 June 2010||Xianghe Sports Center, Beijing, China||0–2||0||Friendly|
|17||19 June 2011||JAR Stadium, Tashkent, Uzbekistan||0–1||0||2012 AFC Men's Pre-Olympic Tournament|
|18||23 June 2011||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||0–2||0||2012 AFC Men's Pre-Olympic Tournament|
As of 16 October 2012
|1||19 November 2008||Macau UST Stadium, Macau||9–1||1||Friendly|
|2||14 January 2009||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||2–1||1||Friendly|
|3||21 January 2009||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||1–3||0||2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|4||28 January 2009||Ali Muhesen Stadium, Sana'a, Yemen||0–1||0||2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|5||18 November 2009||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||0–4||0||2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|6||7 February 2010||Olympic Stadium, Tokyo, Japan||0–5||0||2010 East Asian Football Championship|
|7||11 February 2010||Olympic Stadium, Tokyo, Japan||0–3||0||2010 East Asian Football Championship|
|8||14 February 2010||Olympic Stadium, Tokyo, Japan||0–2||0||(c)||2010 East Asian Football Championship|
|9||3 March 2010||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||0–0||0||2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification|
|10||30 September 2011||Kaohsiung National Stadium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan||3–3||1||2011 Long Teng Cup|
|11||2 October 2011||Kaohsiung National Stadium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan||5–1||0||2011 Long Teng Cup|
|12||4 October 2011||Kaohsiung National Stadium, Kaohsiung, Taiwan||6–0||0||2011 Long Teng Cup|
|13||29 February 2012||Mong Kok Stadium, Hong Kong||5–1||0||Friendly|
|14||1 June 2012||Hong Kong Stadium, Hong Kong||1–0||0||Friendly|
|15||10 June 2012||Mong Kok Stadium, Hong Kong||1–2||1||Friendly|
|16||15 August 2012||Jurong West Stadium, Singapore||0–2||0||Friendly|
|17||16 October 2012||Mong Kok Stadium, Mong Kok, Kowloon||0–3||0||Friendly|
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