The Hong Kong–Shanghai Inter Club Championship (Chinese :滬港球會盃) is a competition between two clubs representing Hong Kong and Shanghai. It was established in its current format in 2005 and was folded in 2015.
The origin of the Hong Kong–Shanghai Inter Club Championship comes from the Hong Kong–Shanghai Cup, a competition first established in 1908.It was then held 21 times in 40 years involving representative teams from the Hong Kong and Shanghai areas. Although, early editions were played exclusively among the many European expatriates based in the busy port cities. The Cup was not played until its reestablishment in 1987. The competition was then held consecutively for another 15 years until 2002, when it halted again for various reasons, including the outbreak of SARS.
In 2005, the competition was held again and featured two club teams, Kitchee from Hong Kong and Shanghai Shenhua from Shanghai. It was the first time the competition was played between two club teams. In 2006, the name Hong Kong–Shanghai Inter Club Championship was officially adopted to reflect the club nature of the competitors. However, it is unclear whether the 2005 or 2006 version is regarded as the first staging of Hong Kong–Shanghai Inter Club Championship. 2010 was the first time the competition was played in a two-leg format.
In 2015, the competition was folded.
|No.||Year||Home Team||Score||Away Team||Stadium (attendance)|
|1||1908||Hong Kong||3 – 0||Shanghai|
|2||1913||Shanghai||2 – 1||Hong Kong||Shanghai Racecourse Ground|
|3||1923||Hong Kong||0 – 3||Shanghai|
|4||1924||Shanghai||3 – 3|
1 – 0 (Replay)
|Hong Kong||Shanghai Police Stadium|
|5||1925||Hong Kong||3 – 1||Shanghai|
|6||1926||Shanghai||5 – 4||Hong Kong|
|7||1927||Hong Kong||4 – 0||Shanghai|
|8||1928||Shanghai||7 – 0||Hong Kong|
|9||1929||Hong Kong||3 – 0||Shanghai|
|10||1930||Shanghai||5 – 2||Hong Kong|
|11||1931||Hong Kong||3 – 4||Shanghai|
|12||1932||Shanghai||3 – 4||Hong Kong|
|13||1933||Hong Kong||2 – 3||Shanghai|
|14||1934||Shanghai||6 – 2||Hong Kong|
|15||1935||Hong Kong||7 – 1||Shanghai|
|16||1936||Shanghai||2 – 3||Hong Kong|
|17||1937||Hong Kong||3 – 4||Shanghai|
|18||1940||Shanghai||2 – 0||Hong Kong|
|19||1940||Shanghai||2 – 1||Hong Kong|
|20||1947||Hong Kong||0 – 0|
4 – 2 (Replay)
|21||1948||Hong Kong||5 – 1||Shanghai|
|22||1987||Shanghai||4 – 1||Hong Kong||Jiangwan Sports Centre (~40,000)|
|23||1988||Hong Kong||2 – 2|
3 – 2 (a.e.t)
|24||1989||Shanghai||1 – 0||Hong Kong|
|25||1990||Hong Kong||2 – 1||Shanghai|
|26||1991||Shanghai||1 – 0||Hong Kong|
|27||1992||Hong Kong||0 – 1||Shanghai|
|28||1993||Shanghai||0 – 0|
3 – 4 pen.
|29||1994||Hong Kong||3 – 2||Shanghai Shenhua|
|30||1995||Shanghai||2 – 0||Hong Kong|
|31||1996||Hong Kong||2 – 3||Shanghai|
|32||1997||Shanghai||3 – 1||Hong Kong|
|33||1998||Hong Kong||0 – 1||Shanghai||Hong Kong Stadium (~3,000)|
|34||1999||Shanghai||3 – 2||Hong Kong|
|35||2000||Hong Kong League XI||0 – 0|
5 – 3 pen.
|Shanghai Shenhua||Hong Kong Stadium|
|36||2001||Shanghai Shenhua||1 – 1|
5 – 6 pen.
|Hong Kong||Jin Hui Stadium|
|37||2005||Kitchee||0 – 1||Shanghai Shenhua||Mong Kok Stadium (1,549)|
|No.||Year||Home Team||Score||Away Team||Stadium (attendance)|
|1||2006||Shanghai Shenhua||1 – 0||Buler Rangers||Hongkou Stadium|
|2||2008||South China||1 – 2||Shanghai Shenhua||Hong Kong Stadium (2,921)|
|3||2010||Shanghai East Asia||4 – 1||Citizen||Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium|
|Citizen||2 – 1||Shanghai East Asia||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground (308)|
|Shanghai East Asia won by an aggregate 5–3|
|4||2011||Wofoo Tai Po||2 – 3||Shanghai East Asia||Mong Kok Stadium (1,876)|
|Shanghai East Asia||7 – 1||Wofoo Tai Po||Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium|
|Shanghai East Asia won by an aggregate 10–3|
|5||2012||Kitchee||0 – 4||Shanghai East Asia||Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground (737)|
|Shanghai East Asia||3 – 2||Kitchee||Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium|
|Shanghai East Asia won by an aggregate 7–2|
|6||2013||Shanghai SIPG||2 – 1||South China||Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium|
|South China||1 – 0||Shanghai SIPG||Mong Kok Stadium (1,872)|
|Shanghai SIPG won by an aggregate 2–2 ( 7–6 pen.)|
|7||2014||Shanghai SIPG||6 – 1||Kitchee||Shanghai Stadium|
|Kitchee||0 – 0||Shanghai SIPG||Mong Kok Stadium (878)|
|Shanghai SIPG won by an aggregate 6–1|
|Folded since 2015|
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