There is still a long way to go for Hong Kong football. Young children play at the Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun. Photo: David Wong There is still a long way to go for Hong Kong football. Young children play at the Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun. Photo: David Wong
There is still a long way to go for Hong Kong football. Young children play at the Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun. Photo: David Wong

Government to closely monitor funding to the Football Association, warns against any ‘significant short falls’

  • A time-limited funding support with an interim review for association’s new five-year strategy plan will also be put in place according to Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung
  • HKFA is on the look out for a new chief executive to help run the organisation and meet its demands

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
There is still a long way to go for Hong Kong football. Young children play at the Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun. Photo: David Wong There is still a long way to go for Hong Kong football. Young children play at the Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun. Photo: David Wong
There is still a long way to go for Hong Kong football. Young children play at the Jockey Club Kitchee Centre in Shek Mun. Photo: David Wong
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