| Chan Siu Kwan Philip|
| (1992-08-01) 1 August 1992 (age 23)|
South China AA (#16 / Midfielder), Hong Kong national under-23 football team (Midfielder)
Chan Siu Kwan Wikipedia
Chan Siu Kwan Philip (Chinese: 陳肇鈞; Cantonese Yale: Chàn Siuhgwān; born 1 August 1992 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong professional footballer who currently plays for Hong Kong Premier League club Eastern. He is primarily a central midfielder who can also operate as a full back
Chan Siu Kwan went to Gremio and joined the youth academy in 2006r. (in traditional Chinese (HK))
In 2011, along with his club Sham Shui Po's promotion to the Hong Kong First Division, he started playing as a professional player. On 8 January 2012, Chan Siu Kwan was sent off in the match against Hong Kong Sapling after receiving two yellow cards. Towards the end of the 2012 season he has established himself as a hard-tackling defensive midfielder.
After returning from a short training period with mainland Chinese side Guangzhou R&F, Chan Siu Kwan returned to Hong Kong and joined Yokohama FC Hong Kong in summer of 2012.
In June 2013, Chan Siu Kwan completed a transfer to Hong Kong giants South China and was handed the number 16 shirt.
On 18 July 2017, Chan joined Eastern after South China's decision to self-relegate.
Chan Siu Kwan is a member of the Hong Kong under-21 national football team. On 15 November 2011, he scored the equalising goal against Russia under-19 national football team in the game that celebrated Mong Kok Stadium's re-opening after renovation, but Hong Kong U21 lost 1–2 in the end. Chan Siu Kwan received his first call up for the Hong Kong senior team in July 2012 by new coach Ernie Merrick against Singapore but he failed to make a debut.
Chan Siu Kwan's father Chan Pak Hung was the Hong Kong Jockey Champions in the 1986/1987 racing season and previously worked as a horse trainer for both the Hong Kong Jockey Club and the Macau Jockey Club. Chan Siu Kwan also studied at Hong Lok Yuen International School and French International School in Hong Kong. He also completed International Baccalaureate at South Island School. He then completed his degree in Sports Science at the University of Hong Kong and graduated in 2016.Hong Kong Top Footballer Awards Best Youth Player: 2014–15