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Bulova was a Hong Kong football club which were dissolved after the 1984–85 season.

In 1977, Bulova entered Hong Kong Third Division League and proposed a three-year plan to get promotion to First Division. In 1979–80 season, Bulova appeared the first time in Hong Kong First Division League. [1]

The team organized many exhibition matches which attracted many spectators. Some of the famous ones include the match against Liverpool in 1983 and against Manchester United in 1984.

They won a double of Hong Kong FA Cup and Hong Kong Viceroy Cup in 1981–82 and 1982–83. They were also runners-up of FA Cup in 1979–80 and won the Hong Kong Senior Shield in 1984. They were also runners-up in the Hong Kong First Division League in 1982–83 and 1983–84.

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  1. 香港足球總會九十週年紀念特刊