A Hong Kong football fan tries to watch the behind closed door Hong Kong Premier League match between Happy Valley and Kitchee at Mong Kok Stadium in October, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang A Hong Kong football fan tries to watch the behind closed door Hong Kong Premier League match between Happy Valley and Kitchee at Mong Kok Stadium in October, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
A Hong Kong football fan tries to watch the behind closed door Hong Kong Premier League match between Happy Valley and Kitchee at Mong Kok Stadium in October, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang

Covid-19 chaos for Asian football as region’s leagues hit hard by pandemic

  • Indonesia’s Liga 1 season finally called off 10 months after last game while Taiwan’s top flight played full season
  • Chinese Super League opted for bubble as pandemic forced format changes across East and southeast Asian leagues

Topic |   Hong Kong Premier League
A Hong Kong football fan tries to watch the behind closed door Hong Kong Premier League match between Happy Valley and Kitchee at Mong Kok Stadium in October, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang A Hong Kong football fan tries to watch the behind closed door Hong Kong Premier League match between Happy Valley and Kitchee at Mong Kok Stadium in October, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
A Hong Kong football fan tries to watch the behind closed door Hong Kong Premier League match between Happy Valley and Kitchee at Mong Kok Stadium in October, 2020. Photo: Sam Tsang
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