HKFA Chairman's Cup

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The Hong Kong Football Association Chairman's Cup (Chinese : ) was established by HKFA in 1975. It is now a competition for the reserve teams of Hong Kong First Division clubs.

Hong Kong Football Association

The Hong Kong Football Association Limited, often abbreviated to the HKFA, is the governing body of association football in Hong Kong. Its current chairman is Brian Leung Hung-Tak and its Chief Executive Officer is Paul Woodland.

Traditional Chinese characters Traditional Chinese characters

Traditional Chinese characters are Chinese characters in any character set that does not contain newly created characters or character substitutions performed after 1946. They are most commonly the characters in the standardized character sets of Taiwan, of Hong Kong and Macau, and in the Kangxi Dictionary. The modern shapes of traditional Chinese characters first appeared with the emergence of the clerical script during the Han Dynasty, and have been more or less stable since the 5th century.

The Hong Kong First Division League is the second-highest division in the Hong Kong football league system. Established in 1908, it is the oldest in Asia. The league was formerly the highest division in Hong Kong until the formation of the Hong Kong Premier League in 2014.

Past winners

No.SeasonWinnerScoreRunner–upRemarks
11975–76 South China
21976–77 Seiko 3–1 aet Happy Valley
31977–78 Seiko The matches were held in 7-vs-7 format
41978–79 Seiko
51979–80 Happy Valley
61980–81 South China ReservesThe matches started to be joined by reserve teams in this season
71981–82 South China Reserves
81982–83 Seiko Reserves
91983–84 Happy Valley Reserves
101984–85 South China Reserves
111985–86 South China Reserves
121986–87 South China Competed by youth teams of First Division League teams
131987–88 Double Flower Competed by youth teams of First Division League teams
141988–89 Lai Sun Double Flower Reserves
151989–90 Eastern Reserves
161990–91 Eastern Reserves
171991–92 Eastern Reserves
181992–93 Eastern Reserves
191993–94 Sing Tao Reserves
201994–95 Instant-Dict. Reserves
211995–96 Instant-Dict. Reserves
221996–97 Golden Reserves
231997–98 Instant-Dict. Reserves
241998–99 Sai Kung Friends Reserves
251999–2000 South China Reserves
262000–01 Orient & Yee Hope Union Reserves
272001–02 Double Flower Reserves
282002–03 South China Reserves
292003–04 Sun Hei Reserves
302004–05 South China Reserves
31 2005–06 Buler Rangers Reserves1–0 South China Reserves
32 2006–07 Citizen Reserves2–1 South China Reserves
33 2007–08 Bulova Rangers Reserves8–3 Eastern Reserves

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