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1924–25 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1924/1925 season. Overview[edit] East Surrey Regiment won the championship. League table[edit]Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts1 East Surrey Regiment (C) 14 12 1 1 43 8 +35 252 South China A 14 9 2 3 33 14 19 203 Kowloon FC 14 7 1 6 27 18 +9 154 Hong Kong FC 13 6 2 5 21 13 +8 145 Police 14 5 3 6 12 19 -7 136 Royal Garrison Artillery 13 6 0 7 15 29 -14 127 HMS Tamar 14 4 1 9 12 15 -3
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South China AA
South
South
is one of the four cardinal directions or compass points. South is the polar opposite of north and is perpendicular to east and west.Contents1 Etymology 2 Navigation 3 South
South
Pole 4 Geography 5 Other uses 6 References 7 External linksEtymology[edit] The word south comes from Old English
Old English
sūþ, from earlier Proto-Germanic *sunþaz ("south"), possibly related to the same Proto-Indo-European root that the word sun derived from. Navigation[edit] By convention, the bottom side of a map is south, although reversed maps exist that defy this convention.[1] To go south using a compass for navigation, set a bearing or azimuth of 180°
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Hong Kong FC
Hong Kong Football Club
Hong Kong Football Club
(HKFC; Chinese: 香港足球會) or Natixis HKFC (name of the rugby union club) is a private members sports and social club in Hong Kong. It is situated in Happy Valley, with the sports pitches being inside the Happy Valley Racecourse
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HMS Tamar
Six ships and a naval station of the Royal Navy
Royal Navy
have been called HMS Tamar, after the River Tamar
River Tamar
in South West England:HMS Tamar (1758) was a 16-gun sloop launched at Saltash
Saltash
in 1758 and stationed in Newfoundland from 1763. She was renamed HMS Pluto and became a fire-ship in 1777; the French captured her in 1780. HMS Tamar (1795) was a store lighter launched in 1795 and purchased that year for Navy service. She was broken up in 1798. HMS Tamar (1796) was a 38-gun fifth rate launched in 1796 and broken up in 1810. HMS Tamar (1814) was a 26-gun sixth rate launched in 1814, converted into a coal hulk in 1831 and sold in 1837. HMS Tamar (1863) was an iron screw troop ship launched in 1863
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1946–47 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1946/1947 season. Overview[edit] Sing Tao won the championship. References[edit]RSSSFv t e Hong Kong First Division League
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1934–35 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1934/1935 season. Overview[edit] South China A won the championship. League table[edit]Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts1 South China A (C) 24 18 4 2 70 30 +40 402 Police 24 12 7 5 61 42 +19 313 Club de Recreio 24 12 5 7 62 47 +15 294 Hong Kong FC 24 10 9 5 52 48 +4 295 Royal Navy 24 10 6 8 45 34 +11 266 South China B 24 10 6 8 49 51 -2 267 Chinese AA 24 9 7 8 58 48 +10 258 Fusiliers 24 9 7 8 51 44 +7 259 Lincolnshire Regiment 24 11 2 11 51 47 +4 2410 Eastern Lancashire Regiment 24 6 6 12 43 49 -6 1811 Royal Garrison Artillery 23 6 2 15 37 76 -39 16*12 St. Joseph's 23 6 3 14 25 51 -26 1513 Kowloon FC 24 2 4 18 27 65 -38 8St
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1935–36 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1935/1936 season. Overview[edit] South China A won the championship. League table[edit]Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts1 South China A (C) 26 19 2 5 79 31 +48 402 Chinese AA 26 14 9 3 46 26 +20 373 Royal Welch Fusiliers 26 14 7 5 68 38 +30 354 Police 26 13 8 3 58 31 +27 345 South China B 26 12 9 5 52 37 +15 336 Royal Navy 26 16 0 10 68 54 +14 327 Hong Kong FC 26 13 5 8 61 41 +20 318 Royal Ulster Rifles 26 9 9 8 49 39 +10 279 Eastern Lancashire Regiment 26 11 4 11 49 48 +1 2610 St
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1936–37 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1936/1937 season. Overview[edit] Ulster Guards won the championship. League table[edit]Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts1 Royal Ulster Rifles
Royal Ulster Rifles
(C) 26 19 3 4 69 26 +43 412 South China A 26 16 5 5 64 24 +40 373 Seaforth Highlanders 26 15 4 7 52 42 +10 344 South China B 26 14 5 7 57 42 +15 335 Royal Welch Fusiliers 26 13 5 8 52 36 +16 316 Royal Navy 26 12 4 10 55 47 +8 287 St
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1937–38 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1937/1938 season. Overview[edit] South China B won the championship. References[edit]RSSSFv t e Hong Kong First Division League
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1938–39 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1938/1939 season. Overview[edit] South China won the championship. References[edit]RSSSFv t e Hong Kong First Division League
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1939–40 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1939/1940 season. Overview[edit] South China won the championship. References[edit]RSSSFv t e Hong Kong First Division League
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1940–41 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1940/1941 season. Overview[edit] South China won the championship. References[edit]RSSSFv t e Hong Kong First Division League
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1941–42 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1941/1942 season. Overview[edit] It was not finished. References[edit]RSSSFv t e Hong Kong First Division League
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1945–46 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1945/1946 season. Overview[edit] Royal Air Force won the championship. References[edit]RSSSFv t e Hong Kong First Division League
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Hong Kong First Division League
The Hong Kong
Hong Kong
First Division League (Chinese: 香港甲組聯賽) is the second-highest division in the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
football league system. Established in 1908, it is the oldest in Asia. The league was formerly the highest division in Hong Kong
Hong Kong
until the formation of the Hong Kong Premier League in 2014. Since 1908, a total of 29 clubs have been crowned champions of the Hong Kong
Hong Kong
football system. South China are the most successful club, having won 41 times since their first participation in 1941.Contents1 Competition format1.1 Exceptions2 Records2.1 Undefeated teams 2.2 Top goal scorers 2.3 Goalkeeper records3 See also 4 References and notes 5 External linksCompetition format[edit]A 2006–07 football match between South China and Rangers in Mong Kok Stadium.Each team plays the other teams in the division twice, one home and one away game
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1947–48 Hong Kong First Division League
Statistics of Hong Kong First Division League
Hong Kong First Division League
in the 1947/1948 season. Overview[edit] Kitchee won the championship. League standings[edit]Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts1 Kitchee SC 28 22 2 4 98 45 462 Sing Tao† 28 21 1 6 93 41 433 Kowloon Motor Bus 28 18 4 6 89 54 404 Chinese AA 28 17 5 6 69 42 395 South China AA 27 17 4 6 71 48 386 Eastern AA 28 15 4 9 65 42 347 St Joseph's FC 28 11 3 14 69 69 258 Hong Kong FC 28 9 6 13 59 60
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