Chan Hiu Ming
|Full name||Chan Hiu Ming|
|2006||Hong Kong (futsal)|
|2004–2005||Hong Kong 08|
|2005–2006||Hong Kong 09|
|2006–2007||Wofoo Tai Po|
|2007–2008||Workable, Hong Kong representative team|
|2008–2009||Eastern, East Asia Game Hong Kong Team|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Chan Hiu Ming (Chinese: 陳曉明) is a Hong Kong association football coach. He has been the head coach and team manager of HK08, HK09, Wofoo Taipo, Workable, Eastern and TSW Pegasus . He got AFC “A”coaching license and is now the FIFA and AFC coach instructor and fitness instructor.
He was a member of Hong Kong national futsal team.[3 ], and Hong Kong Hockey representative team. He also participated in 2nd and 3rd division of football league for years.
He started his coaching career in being the coach in Hong Kong Youth Representative Team. His team has won the Lion City Cup and International Invitation Tournament. He has developed a lot of current HK team players such as Yapp Hung Fai and Leung Chun Pong. In 2006, he has been the head coach of the newly promoted team Wofoo Taipo. The team is secured in top division and with a few surprising victory which against Happy valley and Kitchee. He transferred to a varies club afterwards including Workable and Eastern. Besides, he was appointed to be the HK representative team coach and HK league United in Lunar New year Cup with Lee Kin Wo, and won the champion. He was employed as Hong Kong Football Association Technical Director in 2009 and led the team to win East Asia Games Football event gold medal as the team manager.
He returned to coaching at 2010-2012, as the Head Coach of TSW Pegasus FC. His team was participating in AFC cup in 2011. During that two seasons, TSW Pegasus has achieved the League, League cup and FA cup first runner-up. The club was dismissed after the season and he started his work in Hong Kong Football Association as Coach Education Manager. Since 2006, He is appointed by AFC and FIFA as Coach and Fitness instructor. He conducted courses in Asia countries such as Korea DPR, Iran, Laos, and Philippines.