Hong Kong–Macau Interport

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Hong Kong Macau Interport is an annual association football match between Hong Kong and Macau. The matches are hosted by the two alternatively each year.

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No.YearHome TeamScore [1] Away TeamNotes
11937Macau2 1Hong KongHong Kong team was formed entirely by Second Division League players.
21938Hong Kong3 5MacauHong Kong team was formed entirely by Second Division League players.
31939Macau0 2Hong Kong
41940Hong Kong6 3Macau
51941Macau1 0Hong Kong
-1942-46Not held
61947Hong Kong3 2Macau
71948Macau4 2Hong Kong
81949Hong Kong7 0Macau
91950Macau1 2Hong Kong
101951Hong Kong2 0Macau
111952Macau3 0Hong Kong
121953Hong Kong4 1MacauHong Kong was represented by Hong Kong League XI.
131954Macau3 2Hong Kong
141955Hong Kong7 3MacauHong Kong was represented by Hong Kong League XI.
151956Macau3 5Hong KongHong Kong was represented by Hong Kong League XI.
161957Hong Kong7 2MacauHong Kong was represented by Hong Kong League XI.
171958Macau1 3Hong KongHong Kong was represented by Hong Kong League XI.
181959Hong Kong3 1MacauHong Kong was represented by its B-team due to the clash with 1960 AFC Asian Cup qualification.
191960Macau0 3Hong Kong
201961Hong Kong7 1MacauHong Kong was represented by Hong Kong League XI.
-1962Not held
211963Macau3 4Hong KongHong Kong was represented by Hong Kong League XI.
221964Hong Kong3 1Macau
231965Macau1 2Hong Kong
241966Hong Kong4 1Macau
-1967Not held
251968Macau2 2Hong Kong
261969Hong Kong5 0MacauHong Kong was represented by its youth team.
271970Macau3 1Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its U-12 team.
281971Hong Kong3 1Macau
291972Macau1 5Hong Kong
301973Hong Kong1 0MacauHong Kong was represented by its B-team due to the clash with 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification.
311974Macau2 3Hong Kong
321975Hong Kong7 0Macau
331976Macau0 2Hong Kong
341977Hong Kong2 0Macau
351978Macau0 4Hong Kong
361979Hong Kong5 0MacauHong Kong was represented by its B team due to the clash to the 1980 AFC Asian Cup qualification.
371980Macau0 2Hong Kong
381981Hong Kong3 1Macau
391982Macau1 0Hong Kong
401983Hong Kong1 0Macau
411984Macau0 3Hong Kong
421985Hong Kong2 0Macau
431986Macau2 3Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its B team due to the friendly match with Coventry City F.C. a day before
441987Hong Kong5 0Macau
451988Macau0 4Hong Kong
461989Hong Kong2 1Macau
471990Macau1 1Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
481991Hong Kong5 0MacauHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
491992Macau1 2Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its B team due to the clash with friendly match in Toronto.
501993Hong Kong3 2Macau
511994Macau2 1Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its B team.
521995Hong Kong1 2MacauHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
531996Macau0 0Hong Kong
541997Hong Kong0 1MacauHong Kong was represented by its B team due to the clash with 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification.
-1998Not held
551999Hong Kong2 1MacauHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
562000Macau0 1Hong Kong
572001Hong Kong3 0MacauHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
582002Macau0 2Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
592003Hong Kong6 0MacauPostponed to May 2004 due to outbreak of SARS.
602004Macau1 2Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its youth team.
612005Hong Kong8 1MacauHong Kong was represented by its youth team.
622006Macau0 0Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its under-23 team.
632007Hong Kong2 1Macau
642008Macau0 1Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
652009Hong Kong5 1MacauHong Kong was represented by its Olympic team.
662010Macau1 5Hong KongBoth Hong Kong and Macau were represented by their Olympic teams.
672011Hong Kong0 1MacauHong Kong was represented by its under-21 B team.
682012Macau1 3Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its under-21 team.
692013Hong Kong3 0Macau
702014Macau1 3Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its under-23 team.
712015Hong Kong2 0MacauHong Kong was represented by its B team due to the clash with 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification.
722016Macau0 3Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its B team due to the clash with international friendly in Cambodia.
732017Hong Kong4 0MacauHong Kong was represented by its B team. Macau was represented by its under-18 team.
742018Macau1 – 6Hong KongHong Kong was represented by its B team.
-2019Not held

Winners Table

Winning TeamNumber of times
Flag of Hong Kong.svg  Hong Kong 58
Flag of Macau.svg  Macau 12
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