Lim Teong Kim (born 26 August 1963 in Malacca) is a retired Malaysian football player and formerly an assistant coach of Bayern Munich U-19 Team.
The former midfielder, renowned for his ruthless streak, began his career with Malacca in 1983 before moving to Kuala Lumpur from 1984-1986.
He became the first Malaysian footballer to play in Europe when he signed for German club Hertha BSC in 1987. He only played for a single season in Germany before returning to Malaysia.
After returning from Germany, Lim signed and played for Kuala Lumpur, winning Malaysia Cup winner’s medals for a record three consecutive times from 1987-1989.
Apart from the stay in Berlin, Lim had a short trial with Austrian outfit, Grazer AK in 1990. His last outing as a player was for Kedah FA in 1993-1994.
With the Malaysia national team, he won the 1989 Southeast Asian Games gold medal. He scored the second goal in the 3-1 win over Singapore in the final.
Lim stated his coaching career with Bayern Munich Junior Team in 2001 until 2011. He return to Malaysia in August 2013 signing a five-year contract with the Sports Ministry as the Project Director of National Football Development Programme (NFDP).