HONGKONG Football Club have bounced back into the First Division after a season's absence by winning the Second Division title - with three games to spare.Tuesday, 27 April, 1993, 12:00am
HONGKONG Football Club have bounced back into the First Division after a season's absence by winning the Second Division title - with three games to spare.
Club have 27 points from 15 matches and will be promoted to the top flight along with Rangers who have finished second after completing their 18 matches on 25 points.27 Apr 1993 - 12:00am
HONGKONG Football Club lifted their first Holland Cup in eight years when they beat Pakistan Association 2-1 in an entertaining final at King's Park yesterday.
Club made up for their disappointment of surrendering their league title by winning the territory's oldest knockout trophy for the first time since 1985.26 Apr 1993 - 12:00am
More than 750 revellers marked the end of the Hongkong Football Club's stay at its Sports Road premises last night with the Big Bang Ball. The club moves into new facilities prepared by the Royal Hongkong Jockey Club next month as the first stage in amassive rebuilding of the Happy Valley racetrack.18 Apr 1993 - 12:00am
DEFENDING champions Hongkong Football Club ended a season of domination on a triumphant note when they won the National Sevens title at Hammer Hill Stadium last night.
A close 19-14 victory over Valley in the final gave Club their third trophy of the season and provided some compensation for their defeat by Kowloon in last week's Knockout Cup final.8 Mar 1993 - 12:00am
HONGKONG Football Club, whose ambitions of a domestic clean sweep were shattered last week, hope to pick themselves up for the season's last piece of silverware.
Club will defend their Foster's National Sevens title in tomorrow's finals at Hammer Hill Stadium, having already won the league championship and First Division Sevens.6 Mar 1993 - 12:00am
KOWLOON, having played second fiddle to Hongkong Football Club throughout the season, have their chance for revenge when they seek victory in today's Bell's Knockout Cup final at Mongkok Stadium.
Kowloon were runners-up to Club in the league and were also beaten by the Sports Road men in the final of the First Division Sevens last month.27 Feb 1993 - 12:00am
FIRST Division champions Hongkong Football Club will have to win only two matches to retain their Bell's Knockout Cup title this season.
At yesterday's draw, Club were given a first-round bye and the prospect of meeting their only conquerors, Valley, in the semi-finals.3 Feb 1993 - 12:00am