Hong Kong’s Chelsea supporters’ club was the first to ask serving police officers to relinquish their membership. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong football supporters’ clubs ask serving police officers to relinquish their memberships

  • Arsenal Supporters’ Club Hong Kong announces it will no longer accept new memberships from police officers
  • Further step in the escalation of anti-police sentiment in the city
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Hong Kong’s Chelsea supporters’ club was the first to ask serving police officers to relinquish their membership. Photo: AFP
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Fans stand in silence, in support of the recent anti-extradition protests, during the Kitchee v Happy Valley match at Mong Kok Stadium. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Anti-government protests mark Hong Kong Premier League opener at Mong Kok Stadium

  • A group of about 40 fans observed a three-minute silence as planned, while many more in the 2,700-strong crowd joined chants
  • Kitchee beat Happy Valley 5-0 to send a statement of intent to title rivals
Topic |   Hong Kong Premier League

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Fans stand in silence, in support of the recent anti-extradition protests, during the Kitchee v Happy Valley match at Mong Kok Stadium. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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