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|Number of teams||40|
|Most successful club(s)|| South China |
Hong Kong Junior Shield (Chinese : 香 港 初 級 組 銀 牌 ) was a football competition in Hong Kong established in 1922. All teams in the Second Division and the Third Division were included in the competition.
South China was the most successful club, winning 9 titles.
Hong Kong Junior Challenge Shield was founded by the Hong Kong Football Association in 1922. The first champion was King's Own Rifles. Athletic, champions of 1927–28, were the first Chinese team to win the Junior Challenge Shield.
The Junior Shield was replaced by the Hong Kong FA Cup Preliminary Round after the 2012–13 season, designed to allow lower division clubs to qualify for the tournament proper.
|1||1922–23||King's Own Rifles|
|3||1924–25||East Surrey Regiment|
|4||1925–26||East Surrey Regiment|
|5||1926–27||New King's Own Rifles|
|7||1928–29||New King's Own Rifles|
|1945–46||Did not play|
|22||1948–49||Kowloon Motor Bus|
|29||1955–56||Kowloon Motor Bus|
|33||1959–60||Kowloon Motor Bus|
|37||1963–64||Kowloon Motor Bus|
|62||1988–89||Young Hong Kong|
|71||1997–98||Sai Kung Friends|
|79||2005–06||Tung Po||Lo Chi Fung (85 pen.)||1–1|
|HKFC||Anto Grabo (68)||Mong Kok Stadium|
|80||2006–07||Fukien||Cheung Wai Shing (48)||1–0||Double Flower||–||Sham Shui Po Sports Ground|
|81||2007–08||Shatin|| Ching Ho Yin (13, 82)|
Li Ka Wing (32)
Kwok Yue Hung (90 pen.)
|4–0||Mutual||–||Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground|
|82||2008–09||Shatin|| Lawrence Akandu (51)|
Ching Ho Yin (90+)
|2–0||Sham Shui Po||–||Sha Tin Sports Ground|
|83||2010–11||Southern|| Tai Man Shing (18)|
Ha Shing Chi (63)
|2–1||Advance Double Flower||Tita Chou (33)||Hong Kong Stadium|
|84||2011–12||Wanchai|| Lo Chun Kit (36)|
Kenji Treschuk (43)
Wong Kwok Pun (80)
|3–0||Happy Valley||Hong Kong Stadium|
|85||2012–13||Yuen Long|| Fábio Lopes (4, 56, 80) |
Yu Ho Pong (19, 87)
Hon Shing (35)
|6-2||Kwai Tsing||Lai Kwok Kwan (12) |
Wong Sheung Choi (70)
|Hong Kong Stadium|
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