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Sun Pegasus FC

Sun Pegasus
Full name Sun Pegasus Football Club
Founded 2008 (2008), as TSW Pegasus FC
Ground Mong Kok Stadium
Ground Capacity 6,664
Chairman Cheng Ting Kong
Head coach Jose Ricardo Rambo
League Hong Kong First Division
2013–14 First Division, 5th

Sun Pegasus Football Club (Chinese: 太陽飛馬足球會) is a Hong Kong professional football club founded in 2008. The club currently plays in Hong Kong Premier League. Their manager is Jose Ricardo Rambo.

The club was named TSW Pegasus FC (Chinese: 天水圍飛馬足球會) until 2011–12 season.


TSW Pegasus was established on June 2008, and they had their first season in Hong Kong First Division League 2008–09 with a budget of about HKD$10,000,000.[1]

In July 2012, the club renamed the team name Sun Pegasus.[2]

Colours and badge

TSW Pegasus's home colours are an all yellow strip. Their away colours are a purple strip with yellow socks. The current kits are designed by adidas. The team have a third kit in white with a blue triangle on the top of the shirt which was used as a home kit prior to the use of their yellow home kit.

The current TSW Pegasus badge is a pegasus inside a shield, which is representative of "creating miracles", "vigor", "vitality" and "creativeness" in Greek mythology. Since the team has been renamed, the club made some changes on the badge. The Sun is added inside the shield, placing in the left hand side, while the pegasus is placed in the right hand side.

Club equipment

TSW Pegasus has acquired a bus for team transportation which is sponsored by Fuso.

The team also rented an entire 48th floor of a block of Central Park Towers in Tin Shui Wai as accommodation for team members. Renovation work is already completed.


TSW Pegasus applied to the Hong Kong Football Association for the use of Yuen Long Stadium and Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground for its home matches. HKFA replied that it will grant the application provided the grass turf at the stadium is up to standard after its examination.[3] Later, the HKFA accepted the application of having the Yuen Long Stadium as TSW Pegasus's home ground for the game against South China on 5 October 2008. The team's directors promised to make a fanfare at the stadium on the day.

HKFA Chairman Leung Hung Tak later claimed that a total of three home games for TSW Pegasus will be played at Yuen Long Stadium in the 2008-09 season.[4]

For the 2013-14 season, TSW Pegasus has moved its home ground from Yuen Long Stadium to Mong Kok Stadium.

Recent seasons

Current squad

First Team Squad

As of 20 July 2014.[5]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Jerrad TysonFP
2 DF Sham Kwok Fai
3 DF Landon Ling
4 DF Deng Jinghuang (2nd Vice-Captain)
7 FW Petrisor VoineaFP
8 DF Michael Campion
9 FW Admir RaščićFP
10 MF Dario DamjanovićFP
11 FW Lee Hong Lim
16 GK Ho Kwok Chuen
17 FW Chan Pak Hang
18 FW Sham Kwok Keung
19 MF Chan Man Fai
No. Position Player
20 DF Igor MiovićFP
21 DF Tong Kin Man (1st Vice-Captain)
23 FW Jaimes McKee (Captain)
24 MF Ju Yingzhi
25 MF Ip Chung Long
28 DF Lo Chun Kit
29 GK Tse Tak Him
33 DF So Wai Chuen
34 DF Chan Kong Pan
38 MF Yip Tsz Chun
77 DF Festus Baise
99 MF Aleksandar RanđelovićFP

FP These players are considered as foreign players in Hong Kong domestic football competitions.

Player with more than one nationalities:

On loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
- GK Yuen Ho Chun (at Wofoo Tai Po)


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
GK Au Ching Lok
GK Lee Pui Kwan
GK Woo Kwan Ho Alex
DF Chan Kong Pan
DF Fung Tsz Long
DF Hon Lung
DF Lam Tsun
DF Siu Pak Lam
DF Siu Yat To
DF Wong Chun Yin
MF Cheung Man Lok Roy
MF Fung Hok Lam
No. Position Player
MF Kwok Ka Ming
MF Remi Dujardin
MF Sin Ming Leong
MF Wu Chun Ming
MF Yau Chun Him Henry
MF Yeung Yat Wing
FW Cheng Ming Fung
FW Chan Chun Nok
FW Cheung Yan Ming
FW Lai Kak Yi
FW Wong Lok

Out on Loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
18 DF Wong Yim Kwan (at Tai Po FC until the end of the 2014–15 season)
37 MF Chow Kwok Wai (at Tai Po FC until the end of the 2014–15 season)







TSW Pegasus has a fanbase mainly based in Yuen Long and Tin Shui Wai as they are TSW Pegasus's hometown. The club has an official fanclub "Pegasus Base" too. The club's slogan is "Pegasus, our team".

Community contribution

TSW Pegasus held a big recruitment event at Tin Shui Wai Sports Ground to recruit U-15 and U-19 team players on 3 August 2008. At the same time, the team also recruited a few team assistants in order to provide job opportunity for the local residents.[6] It played a friendly game against South China AA in the afternoon and the teams drew 1:1, TSW Pegasus lost (3:5) on penalties.[7]


  1. ^ Tai Kung Pao news
  2. ^ 2012-13 球季消息 (1) 梁芷珊
  3. ^ Tai Kung Pao news
  4. ^ Tai Kung Pao news
  5. ^ "First Team Squad". Sun Pegasus' Official Website. 
  6. ^ news
  7. ^ news

External links

  • Sun Pegasus FC official website
  • Official Facebook Page
  • Official Instagram
  • Official Weibo
  • TSW Pegasus official blog (Terminated)
  • Fans Facebook Page
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