Current Class

District: Kwun Tong
Class Time: 1600-1800, Every Tuesday
Starting Date: September 2016
Ending Date: June 2018
Number of students: 16
Age: 7-10

District: Kwun Tong
Class Time: 1530-1730, Every Tuesday
Starting Date: September 2014
Ending Date: June 2016
Number of students: 20
Age: 7 – 10

Titled-sponsor: Hong Kong Freemasons Annual Appeal 2016
Collaboration partner: Our Lady of China Catholic Primary School, Jordan Valley St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary

Titled-sponsor: 759 Store
Collaboration partner: Our Lady of China Catholic Primary School

In the 1970s, there was a huge breakthrough for the popularity of women’s football as the first women’s football organization was established.

The first ever women’s football World Cup was held in China in 1991 and women’s football’s popularity in Hong Kong has improved since then. In 2015, three Hong Kong female players were invited by Japanese football clubs for a trial.

One important aim of our WOMEN’S FOOTBALL inspires! is to promote gender equality in Hong Kong so that the opportunity of playing this sports is not only limited to one gender.

Coach Profile


Ms Lee Mei Fan

Ms Lee is a coach and instructor of the HK Football Association. Her 15-year player career and over 20 years of coaching experience, such as the FIFA Football Regional Coaching Workshop and the AFC Grassroot’s Instructors Course, make her an ideal coach for our students. She is also the head coach of the City University of Hong Kong and chairperson of Hong Kong Wonderful Football Club.


Sharing & Feedback

I am very happy to be the head coach of WOMEN’S FOOTBALL Inspires! for three years already, giving a hand to young underprivileged girls through the time.  One thing that I find delightful is how women’s football is gaining acceptance amongst Hong Kong parents in recent years. Women’s football is a mixture of masculinity and femininity. Have you seen how lovely girls are when they play football? If not, join us and watch our students play!

Coach – Tiffany

Chiang has become happier, more confident and more independent. She used to need me to sort out her school uniform, but now does it all by herself.

– Yau Mei, Parent of one of our students

There was one time when Uen Yung led her team as captain to compete in the NT West Five-a-side Football Tournament. The team had never won a game nor scored a goal before that. Without surprise, the team was crushed four to nil in their first game. What surprised us was even before we had the chance to comfort the team, Uen Yung stepped up and encouraged her teammates, ‘We must do better next match! We cannot let others look down on us!’The team played exceptionally well afterwards and won 2 matches in the penalty shootout in a tournament, during which they reached the semi-finals. Even though they lost at the end, they made themselves proud.

Student – Uen Yung


2015 – 2016

  • Wofoo Girls’ Football Challenge Cup – Shield 3rd Runner-up
  • Kitchee Cup Inter Primary School Football Competition
  • All Hong Kong Inter-Primary School 5-a-side Football Competition
  • Tam Lee Lai Fun NT West 5-a-side Football Competition – Semi-finals
  • Friendly Match with Po Leung Kuk Lam Man Chan English Primary School

2016 – 2017

  • Friendly Match with Po Leung Kuk Lam Man Chan English Primary School