Hong Kong FA Cup Junior Division

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Hong Kong FA Cup Junior Division
Founded2013
Region Hong Kong
Number of teams44
Current champions Happy Valley (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Sun Hei
(2 times)
Soccerball current event.svg 2019–20 Hong Kong FA Cup Junior Division

Hong Kong FA Cup Junior Division (Chinese : ) is a football competition in Hong Kong established in 2013. All lower division teams in the First Division, Second Division and the Third Division are included in the competition.

Contents

Sun Hei is the most successful club, winning 2 titles.

History

FA Cup Preliminary Round was founded by the Hong Kong Football Association in 2013, replacing the abolished Hong Kong Junior Challenge Shield. Between 2013 and 2016, the competition is designed to allow lower division clubs to qualify for the tournament proper. [1] In 2016, after the HKFA decided not to allow lower division clubs to compete in the tournament proper anymore, it was then renamed to FA Cup Junior Division.

Champions

SeasonFinalThird PlaceVenuesRef.
ChampionsScoreRunner-upThird PlaceScoreFourth Place
2013–14 Sun Source (3)3–2 Kwai Tsing (2) HKFC (2)1–0 Tai Po (2)Wu Shan Recreation Playground
2014–15 Citizen (2)1–0 Yau Tsim Mong (2) Sha Tin (2)4–2 Southern (2)Tsing Yi Northeast Park
2015–16 Sun Hei (2)2–1 Tai Po (2) Wan Chai (2)2–2(4–3 p ) Wing Yee (2)Tin Yip Road Park
2016–17 Sun Hei (2)2–0 Double Flower (2) Wong Tai Sin (2)7–2 Wing Yee (2) Kowloon Tsai Park [2]
2017–18 Sha Tin (2)1–1(4–3 p ) Double Flower (2) Wing Yee (2)3–1 Citizen (2) Kowloon Tsai Park [3]
2018–19 Happy Valley (2)2–0 Resources Capital (2) Central & Western (2)2–1 Wing Yee (2) Po Kong Village Road Park No. 1 [4]

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References

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  2. "2016-17 HKFA FA Cup (Junior Division) - Sun Hei 2:0 Double Flower". HKFA. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  3. "2017-18年度香港足球總會足總盃初級組決賽 - 沙田 (4) 1:1 (3) 花花" (in Chinese). HKFA. Retrieved 28 January 2018.
  4. "2018-19年度足總盃(初級組)決賽 - 愉園 2:0 晉峰" (in Chinese). HKFA. Retrieved 27 January 2019.