|Full name||Kui Tan Sports Club |
|League||Hong Kong Third Division|
Kui Tan Sports Club (Chinese :駒騰體育會) is a Hong Kong football club which currently competes in the Hong Kong Third Division.
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In 1975–76, Kui Tan won the Hong Kong Third A Division title, the first trophy in club history.
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In 1977–78, Kui Tan finished runners up in the Hong Kong Second Division title and were promoted into the Hong Kong First Division for the first time. They also won the Hong Kong Junior Challenge Shield, the first cup competition victory in club history.
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During their maiden season in the First Division, Kui Tan achieved a respectable fifth-place finish.The following season, the club were mired in a race for survival in the league with HKFC and Yuen Long. In the final match of the season against HKFC, keeper Lo Kwok Wah committed a crucial foul in the box leading to an HKFC penalty and goal. The loss meant that Kui Tan would finish one point behind HKFC in the table and thus, Kui Tan were relegated.
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