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  • A Feast of Festive Football Fun

    A Feast of Festive Football Fun

    26 Dec 2019

    The sixth instalment of the Boxing Day Festival of Football was greeted with glorious sunshine and a large and eclectic crowd, comprising supportive parents, football fanatics and those who had failed to make it home from the previous day’s Club festivities!

    This year’s festival saw AIA continuing as title sponsors for a third year. Peter Crewe, Chief Executive Officer of AIA Hong Kong and Macau, said, “AIA Hong Kong is delighted to sponsor this event to bring the youth football community together for friendly matches during this jolly season. We would like to promote football as a means to a healthier lifestyle and encourage the next generation to live Healthier, Longer, Better Lives.”

    The Festival has now become a staple fixture in the Hong Kong youth football calendar, particularly with the Hong Kong Junior Football League (HKJFL), whose support in developing the event has greatly enhanced its reputation and popularity within the community. This year’s Festival included a range of challenge matches over differing ages, from U10 to U16, involving representative teams made up of players from teams participating in the HKJFL and our guests for the day, Lee Man FC.

    The curtain raiser was the traditional England v Scotland match with many Junior Soccer coaches taking part and covered above. The main Festival commenced with the U10 Challenge Cup, with four representative teams from the HKJFL competing in a knock out competition. The HKJFL Lions ran out winners 5-1 against the HKJFL Tigers.

    The U12 Challenge Cup saw four representative teams from the HKJFL competing in a knock out competition. HKJFL Kestrels were triumphant on penalties (4-3) after the final ended 1-1 against the HKJFL Hawks.

    The U14 Hong Kong Island v Kowloon and Islands All Star Game comprised representative players from the HKJFL. In a close game the Kowloon and Islands team won 2-1.

    The finale to the festival was the U16 Challenge Trophy between the HKJFL Select v Lee Man FC. Played out in front of a large and enthusiastic crowd, the game was highly entertaining, which saw HKJFL Select running out 3-1 victors. A fitting finale to a brilliant day of football.

    Throughout the day, parents and children could have fun in the AIA Vitality booth, where they could ride a blender bike to make their own smoothies. Thanks again to AIA for their continued support for the Festival of Football and to Junior Soccer in general.

    Also, special mention and thanks to the referees and the organising team, led by Tom Champion, for their continued hard work both throughout the year and on the day with particular thanks to Tom Cole, Alivian Chou (we wish you well with your move to Australia), Chris Chan and Frank Wong.

    Results
    Match Team 1 Team 2 Score
    HKJFL Under 10s Cup
    Semi-Final 1 HKJFL Cougars HKJFL Lions 0 – 2
    Semi-Final 2 HKJFL Panthers HKJFL Tigers 0 – 1
    3rd / 4th Play-off HKJFL Cougars HKJFL Panthers 4 – 2
    Cup Final HKJFL Lions HKJFL Tigers 5 – 1
    HKJFL Under 12s Cup
    Semi-Final 1 HKJFL Eagles HKJFL Kestrels 2 – 2 (1 – 3 Pens)
    Semi-Final 2 HKJFL Falcons HKJFL Hawks 0 – 1
    3rd / 4th Play-off HKJFL Eagles HKJFL Falcons 6 – 1
    Cup Final   HKJFL Kestrels HKJFL Hawks 1 – 1 (4 – 3 Pens)
    HKJFL Under 14s All Star Game
    Hong Kong Island Kowloon & Islands 1 – 2
    Under 16s Challenge Cup
    HKJFL Select Lee Man FC 3 – 1

    Most Valuable Players
    Team Player Name Club
    Under 10s
    HKJFL Lions Lucas Levine APSS
    HKJFL Cougars Vivaan Heera KCC
    HKJFL Panthers Luke Yamato Hoshi BTS
    HKJFL Tigers Victor Prorial HKFC
    Under 12s
    HKJFL Falcons Matthew Dowding APSS
    HKJFL Eagles Tristan Verkade APSS
    HKJFL Hawks Xavier Gyngell HKFC
    HKJFL Kestrels Oliver O’Malley APSS
    Under 14s
    HKJFL HK Island Kai Kawasaki Japanese Junior FC
    HKJFL Kowloon & Islands Moriz Sheung Chi Ip HKFC
    Under 16s
    HKJFL Select Arjun Sharma KCC
    Lee Man FC Ho Tung Lam Lee Man FC