Reopening of renovated South China Stadium paves way for return to Hong Kong Premier League

The reopening of South China Stadium could pave the way for the local football giants to return to the top-tier Premier League – but there is no time line yet for a move up from the Hong Kong First Division.A multimillion redevelopment project to renovate the stadium, which was built on Caroline Road in 1950, was launched in 2012. With HK$170 million in financial support from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, the project was finally completed this year after a total expenditure close…


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