One of the most creative players Hong Kong has ever produced, Kwok Ka-Ming began his footballing career in 1968 when he signed for Hong Kong Rangers as a 19-year-old. His spell with the local giants lasted for nearly a decade during which he established himself as one of the local league's brightest stars while featuring prominently for the Hong Kong team in 96 international appearances.
After hanging up his boots in 1979, Kwok was quick to switch to his coaching career, overseeing Hong Kong’s youth teams before going on to take over the senior side in 1982 at the age of 33. One of the youngest coaches in Hong Kong's history, Kwok has also proved one of the most successful, a fact borne out by his lengthy tenure with Hong Kong. He masterminded one of the major upsets in Asia qualifying for the 1986 FIFA World Cup™ when Hong Kong stunned China 2-1 to progress into the second round at the expense of the 1984 Asian Cup runners-up.
Since his appointment as an AFC Coaching Instructor in 1990 and a FIFA Coaching Instructor in 1996, Kwok has been dedicated to the study of football. He has been a member of the AFC Technical Study Group (TSG) since 1992 and his contribution has continued to increase since he joined the FIFA TSG the next year, lending his technical know-how to a number of FIFA tournaments including the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany.
1968-1977: Hong Kong Rangers FC
1977-1979: Caroline Hill FC
1979-1982: Hong Kong Youth Teams
1982-1990, 1996-1997: Hong Kong Senior Team (133 matches in charge)