KMB Football Team

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Full nameKMB Football Team
Founded1947 (original club)
2017 (reformed club)
Dissolved1981 (original club)
GroundVarious
2017–18 12th (eliminated)

KMB Football Team (Chinese :九巴足球會) was an association football club in Hong Kong.

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The club last played in the Hong Kong football league system during the 2017–18 season when they finished bottom, and were eliminated from the system as a result.

Honours

Domestic

Champions (2): 1953–54, 1966–67
Champions (1): 1950–51
Runners-up (1): 1953–54, 1956–57, 1957–58, 1963–64

Performance in Asian club competitions

SeasonRoundDateOpponentScoreVenue
1969 GS16 January 1969 Flag of Malaysia.svg Perak FA 2–6 Bangkok, Thailand
19 January 1969 Flag of Israel.svg Maccabi Tel Aviv 0–5
21 January 1969 Flag of Japan.svg Toyo Kogyo 0–1
23 January 1969 State Flag of Iran (1964).svg Persepolis 0–4

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