Hong Kong Reserve Division League

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Hong Kong Reserve Division League
Founded1956
CountryHong Kong
Confederation AFC
Number of teams10
Current champions Yuen Long
(2018–19)
Most championships Happy Valley (10)
Website HKFA website
Soccerball current event.svg 2019–20 Hong Kong Reserve Division League

Hong Kong Reserve Division League (Chinese : ) is the reserve division formed by the reserve teams of the Hong Kong Premier League clubs under the organization of the Hong Kong Football Association.

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