|Full name||Barson Tin Man Ho|
|Date of birth||5 March 1990|
|Place of birth||Hong Kong|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|2019||Wong Tai Sin||4||(0)|
|2013||Hong Kong U-23|
|2016||Hong Kong (futsal)|
|2015–2017||South China (goalkeeper coach)|
|2017||Benfica Academy, China (Head goalkeeper coach)|
|2019||Shenzhen (U19 goalkeeper coach)|
|2019||City University of Hong Kong (assistant)|
|2021||Qingdao (U19 goalkeeper coach)|
|2021||FC Tigers Vancouver|
|2022||Douglas College - Douglas Royals|
| *Club domestic league appearances and goals|
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of l
Barson Tin Man Ho (Chinese :田文豪; Jyutping :tin4 man4 hou4; born 5 March 1990) is a former Hong Kong professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He is currently a goalkeeper coach.
Tin joined the South China youth academy when he was young. He studied in Carmel Divine Grace Foundation Secondary School for form one to four and then studied in Yan Chai Hospital Tung Chi Ying Memorial Secondary School
During his following secondary school life, in which he played for the school football team. He got the Best Defensive Player and Champion at Hong Kong secondary school level.Also represented Hong Kong for the international level of secondary school football tournament like Asian Secondary School Football Championship, and the champion of Inter-port Secondary School Football Championship.
He got the MVP of Hong Kong U20 and Nike Cup Champion in 2009.
He played for Hong Kong U15 & U17.
Tin on loan to South China's partner, Wanchai in the 2010–11 season. He featured in every single game for the club in the first season.
On 18 February 2012, Tin helped the club claim the champions of Hong Kong Junior Challenge Shield after defeating Happy Valley 3–0.
He was in Hong Kong U21.
Tin returned first division club South China after spending two seasons at Wanchai.
He made his debut for South China in the 2012–2013 season. He made several saves to keep his clean sheet and helped the team defeat Biu Chun Rangers. He got the league champion in the first season in South China.
After the season, Tin decided to continue his university study at City University of Hong Kong. He was transforming from player to coach for South China.
He represented Hong Kong in different international university football tournaments like Asian University football tournament in South Korea, and he was awarded “The Best Goalkeeper” in China University Football Championship.
In 2015, Tin was promoted to goalkeeper coach and player by manager and former Hong Kong National Team goalkeeper coach Chu Kwok Kuen. Ex-Ecuador national football team goalkeeper Cristian Mora, who played all matches for Ecuador in 2006 FIFA World Cup, was one of the goalkeepers that Tin trained in South China.
In 2017, after South China, Tin went to Guangzhou Evergrande U17 to be a goalkeeper coach. Due to some policies in Guangzhou Evergrande, Tin Man Ho did not finish the contract signing process, and moved to Nanjing FA as U12 Head Coach. Tin Man Ho met the Chairman of Guangzhou Evergrande Football School, Liu Jiangnan, during this period of time.
In 2018, the Ex-Chairman of Guangzhou Evergrande Football School, Liu Jiangnan, invited Tin Man Ho to Benfica Academy, China, as the Head of Goalkeeper Coach.
In 2019, Tin Man Ho joined Shenzhen as a U19 Goalkeeper Coach. He went to Finland for a new challenge before Shenzhen's relegation.
In 2019, Tin Man Ho returned to CityU as an assistant coach in the football department.
In 2020, Tin was invited to join Wan Chai as a player-coach.
In 2020, Tin was invited to join HKWFC as Goalkeeper Coach, for Hong Kong Women's Football League.
In late 2020, Tin was invited to join All Black FC as Goalkeeper Coach, to help the refugees and ethnic minorities get into Hong Kong's society by football with locals and foreigners.
In 2021, Tin Man Ho was invited to Qingdao.
In 2021, Tin Man Ho joined Fusion FC in Vancouver, Canada. Fusion FC in British Columbia Soccer Premier League.
In 2021, Tin Man Ho joined FC Tigers Vancouver.
In 2022, Tin Man Ho was invited to Douglas Royals Soccer Team which represents Douglas College. Assistant coach / Goalkeeper coaching for both Men's & Women's soccer teams.
In 2022, Tin Man Ho joined University of British Columbia Mens Soccer team - UBC Thunderbirds as Goalkeeper Coach.
In 2023, Tin Man Ho joined Nautsa’mawt FC in League 1 Canada League 1 BC as Goalkeeper Coach.
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