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Hong Kong FA Cup ( ) is a knockout cup competition in Hong Kongmarker football, run by and named after The Hong Kong Football Association.

The first edition of the competition was held in 1975, before then the cup was known as the Golden Jubilee Cup. The current season is the 33rd edition of the event. Until now, 11 teams have won the cup with 9-time champions South Chinamarker being the most successful.

In the first three years, the semi-finals and the finals were two-legged event. If the aggregate result was drawn, there would be extra time after the second leg. Drawn after the extra time would be settled by a replay. However, this practice was abandoned in 1977. Since 1978, all the matches have become one-legged, drawn is settled by extra time and penalty shootouts.

Moreover, teams from the Second Division and Third Division was allowed to enter the competition before. However, due to the huge difference in playing level between the First Division and the inferior levels below it, the cup has been limited to top flight teams since 1981.

The current HKFA Cup holders are Citizen who beat Wofoo Tai Po by a 2-0 win in the 2008 final played on 18 May, 2008 at the Hong Kong Stadiummarker. The match was part of the fund raising activities for the 2008 Sichuan earthquakemarker happened on 12 May.

Competition name due to sponsorship

No. Season Name
29 2002–03 No sponsorship for the name
30 2003–04 Dongguan Century City FA Cup
31 2004–05 Xiangxue Pharmaceutical FA Cup
32 2005–06 LANWA International FA Cup
33 2006–07 LANWA International FA Cup
34 2007–08 LANWA International FA Cup
35 2008–09 Sheffield United FA Cup


Finals

Key

* Match went to extra time
^ Match went to extra time with golden goal
Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time

Results

Season Winner Score Runners-up Venue Attendance
1974–75 Seiko Rangers
1975–76 Seiko South Chinamarker
1976–77 Rangers Tung Sing
1977–78 Seiko Blake Garden
1978–79 Yuen Long  †6–4 † Seiko
1979–80 Seiko Bulova
1980–81 Seiko Sea Bee
1981–82 Bulova Sea Bee
1982–83 Bulova 3–0 Rangers
1983–84 Eastern 2–1 Zindabad
1984–85 South Chinamarker 2–2;

3–1 (replayed)
Harps
1985–86 Seiko 2–1 South Chinamarker
1986–87 South Chinamarker 4–1 Happy Valley
1987–88 South Chinamarker 2–0 Tsuen Wan
1988–89 Lai Sun Double Flower 2–0 Tsuen Wan
1989–90 South Chinamarker 1–0 Lai Sun
1990–91 South Chinamarker 2–1 Lai Sun
1991–92 Ernest Borel 1–0 Instant-Dict
1992–93 Eastern 1–0 Ernest Borel
1993–94 Eastern 4–1 Happy Valley
1994–95 Rangers 3–0 Eastern
1995–96 South Chinamarker 4–1 Golden
1996–97 Instant-Dict  ^2–1 ^ Sing Tao
1997–98 Instant-Dict 3–1 South Chinamarker
1998–99 South Chinamarker  ^1–0 ^ Instant-Dict Hong Kong Stadiummarker 6,430
1999–00 Happy Valley 7–2 Orient & Yee Hope Union Hong Kong Stadiummarker 4,581
2000–01 Instant-Dict 2–0 South Chinamarker Hong Kong Stadiummarker 5,023
2001–02 South Chinamarker 1–0 Sun Hei Hong Kong Stadiummarker 3,359
2002–03 Sun Hei  ^2–1 ^ Buler Rangers Mong Kok Stadiummarker 1,522
2003–04 Happy Valley 3–1 Kitchee Hong Kong Stadiummarker 2,478
2004–05 Sun Hei  *2–1 * Happy Valley Hong Kong Stadiummarker 1,931
2005–06 Xiangxue Sun Hei 1–0 Happy Valley Mong Kok Stadiummarker 2,101
2006–07 South Chinamarker 3–1 Happy Valley Hong Kong Stadiummarker 6,427
2007–08 Citizen 2–0 Wofoo Tai Po Hong Kong Stadiummarker 5,925
2008–09 NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po 4–2 TSW Pegasus Hong Kong Stadiummarker 4,042


Results by team

Teams shown in italics are no longer in existence.
Team Wins Last final won Runners-up Last final lost
South Chinamarker 9 2006–07 4 2000–01
Seiko 6 1985–86 1 1978–79
Double Flower 4 2000–01 2 1998–99
Convoy Sun Hei 3 2005–06 2 2001–02
Eastern 3 1993–94 1 1994–95
Happy Valley 2 2003–04 5 2006–07
Rangers 2 1994–95 3 2002–03
Bulova 2 1982–83 1 1979–80
Ernest Borel 1 1991–92 1 1992–93
NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po 1 2008–09 1 2007–08
Yuen Long 1 1978–79 0
Citizen 1 2007–08 0
Sea Bee 0 2 1981–82
Tsuen Wan 0 2 1988–89
Lai Sun 0 2 1990–91
Tung Sing 0 1 1976–77
Blake Garden 0 1 1977–78
Zindabad 0 1 1983–84
Harps 0 1 1984–85
Orient & Yee Hope Union 0 1 1999–00
TSW Pegasus 0 1 2008–09


References

  1. 足總盃回顧(一), The Hong Kong Football Association website, 2007-04-16
  2. HKFA Website, Lanwa International FA CUP Final & Donation for the earthquake victims
  3. Hongkong - List of FA Cup Winners, Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF)


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