The Cross Straits, Hong Kong & Macau Football Competition for the Youth (Chinese :兩岸暨港澳青少年足球賽) is an annual football competition co-organised by the Chinese Football Association, the Hong Kong Football Association, the Macau Football Association and the Chinese Taipei Football Association. It was first organized in 2011 in Wuhan, Hubei. Each year the four football associations will compete with each other in a chosen host city. The tournament is organised for under-16 group.
Traditional Chinese characters are Chinese characters in any character set that does not contain newly created characters or character substitutions performed after 1946. They are most commonly the characters in the standardized character sets of Taiwan, of Hong Kong and Macau, and in the Kangxi Dictionary. The modern shapes of traditional Chinese characters first appeared with the emergence of the clerical script during the Han Dynasty, and have been more or less stable since the 5th century.
The Chinese Football Association (CFA) is the governing body of football in the People's Republic of China. Original formed in Beijing during 1924, the association would affiliate itself with FIFA in 1931 before relocating to Taiwan following the end of Chinese Civil War. During 1955 in Beijing, the CFA refused to affiliate itself with any other major association until it joined the Asian Football Confederation in 1974, followed up with FIFA once more in 1979. Since rejoining FIFA, the CFA claims to be a non-governmental and a nonprofit organization, but in fact the CFA is the same bureau with Management Center of Football, which is a department of the Chinese State General Administration of Sports.
The Hong Kong Football Association Limited, often abbreviated to the HKFA, is the governing body of association football in Hong Kong. Its current chairman is Brian Leung Hung-Tak and its Acting Chief Executive Officer is Paul Woodland.
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Sham Kwok Keung is a Hong Kong footballer who currently plays for Hong Kong First Division club Citizen.
The Hong Kong League XI, also known as the Hong Kong XI or Hong Kong League Selection, is a football team which represents the Hong Kong First Division League in exhibition matches, mainly the Lunar New Year Cup.
The Macau Football Association Development is a Macanese football team which currently competes in the 2ª Divisão de Macau. The club only is run by the Macau Football Association and only fields under-23 players.
Xu Deshuai is a Chinese-born Hong Kong professional footballer who plays for Hong Kong Premier League club Eastern in Hong Kong. He was born in Dalian but represents Hong Kong in international competition. He was a member of the Hong Kong East Asian Games football team in 2009 who won the East Asian Games gold medal.
Jean-Jacques Kilama is a Cameroonian-born Hong Kong professional footballer who currently plays as a defender for Hong Kong Premier League club Tai Po.
The 64th Hong Kong–Macau Interport was held in Macau on 15 June 2008. Hong Kong captured the champion by winning 1-0.
The 61st Hong Kong–Macau Interport was a football match held in Hong Kong on 29 May 2005. Hong Kong won 8-1.
The 59th Hong Kong–Macau Interport was held in Hong Kong on 22 May 2004. It was originally scheduled to be held on 1 May 2003, but was postponed due to the outbreak of SARS. Hong Kong captured the champion by winning 6-0.
The 56th Hong Kong Macau Interport was held in Macau on 28 May 2000. Hong Kong captured the champion by winning 1-0.
The 67th Hong Kong–Macau Interport is an association football match held in Macau on 11 June 2011. Macau captured the champion by winning 1-0.
Tsang Kam To is a Hong Kong footballer, who currently plays for Hong Kong Premier League club Eastern. He has represented Hong Kong in international competition since childhood. In 2009, he won a gold medal at the East Asian Games as a member of the Hong Kong national under-23 football team.
Jonathan Jack Sealy, commonly known as Jack Sealy, is a Hong Kong professional footballer currently playing for Hong Kong Premier League club Hong Kong Pegasus.
The 68th Hong Kong–Macau Interport was an association football match held in Macau on 16 June 2012. Macau were the defending champions as they captured the champion by winning 1-0 the previous year.
Filipe de Souza Conceicao, is a Brazilian-Hongkong footballer who currently plays for Hong Kong First Division League club Sunray Cave JC Sun Hei on loan from fellow First Division club South China as a striker.
Kouta Jige, is a Hong Kong footballer of Japanese heritage who plays for Hong Kong Premier League club Biu Chun Rangers as a right Midfielder. He is studying in a Hong Kong Japanese International School.
Wong Yim Kwan is a Hong Kong footballer who currently plays for Hong Kong Premier League club Lee Man.
The 71st Hong Kong–Macau Interport is an association football match held in Hong Kong on 14 November 2015. Hong Kong captured their 55th title by winning 2–0.
Hui Ka Lok is a Hong Kong professional football player who plays as a winger for Hong Kong Premier League club Hoi King, on loan from Lee Man.
Lam Ngai Tong is a Macanese-Hong Kong professional footballer who currently plays as a defender for Hong Kong First Division club Wong Tai Sin, on loan from Tai Po.
Carlos Leonel Gois Fernandes, born 28 July 1987 in Ribeira Brava, Madeira, Portugal, commonly known as Carlos Leonel, is a football player for Benfica de Macau and Macau national football team. He was the top scorer in the 2016 and 2017 Liga de Elite. He also helped Benfica de Macau win the Liga de Elite from 2015 to 2018.
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