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Tsang Chi Hau

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Full name  Tsang Chi Hau
Number  16
Name  Tsang Hau
Height  1.84 m
Place of birth  Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2005–2007  Hong Kong 09
Role  Footballer
Date joined  2010
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Date of birth  (1990-01-12) 12 January 1990 (age 25)
Playing position  Centre-back, Defensive Midfielder
Current team  Hong Kong national football team (Defender, Midfielder)

Tsang Chi Hau (Chinese: 曾至孝; Jyutping: zang1 zi3 haau3 ; born 12 January 1990 in Hong Kong), is a Hong Kong footballer who plays for Hong Kong First Division League club Kitchee. His younger brother, Tsang Kin Fong, is also a Hong Kong footballer who plays for Kitchee.


Hong Kong 09

Tsang Chi Hau joined Hong Kong 09 in 2005, but then the team is dissolved because of the formation of Hong Kong C Team in 2007.


In 2007, Tsang Chi Hau joined the newly promoted team Workable after leaving Hong Kong 09. He was selected into match squad for 4 league games, although he did not feature any matches. Workable was relegated after competing in Hong Kong First Division League for one season. The team was dissolved after the relegation on 8 May 2008.


Tsang Chi Hau followed Workable manager Chan Hiu Ming's and coach Lee Kin Wo's footstep and joined Eastern. He made his Hong Kong First Division League debut against Convoy Sun Hei as an 82nd-minute substitute for Rodrigo Andreis Galvao. He made 5 league appearances, which were all as substitute, and one league cup match.

Although Eastern avoided relegation as they were placed at 9th out of 13 teams, the team decided not to compete in Hong Kong First Division League and chose to compete in Hong Kong Third Division League in the next season. Therefore, Tsang Chi Hau chose to leave the club.

Happy Valley

Tsang Chi Hau joined Happy Valley after spending a season in Eastern. He made his debut for Happy Valley against Kitchee on 11 September 2009. He scored his first Hong Kong First Division League goal against Tai Chung on 16 January 2010. He played 13 league matches for Happy Valley in total. However, Happy Valley were relegated after placed at the bottom of the table. Thus, Tsang decided to leave the team.


Tsang Chi Hau decided to joined Kitchee, playing with his younger brother again since they were playing at their father's club. However, Tsang was loaned to Tai Chung right after he joined the club.

On loan to Tai Chung

Tsang Chi Hau was loaned to Tai Chung after he joined Kitchee. He made 14 league appearances and scored 1 goal. He also featured one matches in Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield, Hong Kong FA Cup and Hong Kong League Cup respectively.

On loan to Hong Kong Sapling

In the summer of 2011, Tsang, with his younger brother, were loaned to Hong Kong Sapling. His performance was impressive and thus became the captain of the team.

Return to Kitchee

After a successful loan spell in Hong Kong Sapling, Tsang Chi Hau returned Kitchee and became a first team player of Kitchee.

Career statistics

As of 7 October 2012


Tsang Chi Hau Wikipedia

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