Everton Camargo (left) of Eastern is challenged by Rangers defender Tomas Maronesi in a FA Cup first-round match at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. The HKFA hopes to resume the season in mid September. Photo: Felix Wong Everton Camargo (left) of Eastern is challenged by Rangers defender Tomas Maronesi in a FA Cup first-round match at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. The HKFA hopes to resume the season in mid September. Photo: Felix Wong
Everton Camargo (left) of Eastern is challenged by Rangers defender Tomas Maronesi in a FA Cup first-round match at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. The HKFA hopes to resume the season in mid September. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong Premier League given the green light to use public facilities for training as pandemic situation eases

  • Clubs must follow strict hygiene requirements including having Covid-19 testing for all players
  • The Football Association hopes to resume the remaining season after a two-week training period

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
Everton Camargo (left) of Eastern is challenged by Rangers defender Tomas Maronesi in a FA Cup first-round match at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. The HKFA hopes to resume the season in mid September. Photo: Felix Wong Everton Camargo (left) of Eastern is challenged by Rangers defender Tomas Maronesi in a FA Cup first-round match at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. The HKFA hopes to resume the season in mid September. Photo: Felix Wong
Everton Camargo (left) of Eastern is challenged by Rangers defender Tomas Maronesi in a FA Cup first-round match at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground. The HKFA hopes to resume the season in mid September. Photo: Felix Wong
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