HKFA board meets at its headquarters on Thursday to discuss plans for the rest of the season. Photo: Chan Kin-wa HKFA board meets at its headquarters on Thursday to discuss plans for the rest of the season. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
HKFA board meets at its headquarters on Thursday to discuss plans for the rest of the season. Photo: Chan Kin-wa

Hong Kong FA hopes ‘home quarantine’ plan will earn government green light to restart Premier League in September

  • The HKFA board rejects a proposed centralised bubble competition, which it says would cost around HK$10 million
  • Six teams have indicated that they are willing to resume the interrupted season depending on the Covid-19 situation

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
HKFA board meets at its headquarters on Thursday to discuss plans for the rest of the season. Photo: Chan Kin-wa HKFA board meets at its headquarters on Thursday to discuss plans for the rest of the season. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
HKFA board meets at its headquarters on Thursday to discuss plans for the rest of the season. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
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