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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1   Guangzhou Evergrande 30 19 10 1 71 28 +43 67 WDWWW
2   Shanghai SIPG 30 19 8 3 63 35 +28 65 WWDWW
3
Shandong Luneng 30 18 5 7 66 41 +25 59 WDWLW
4
Beijing Guoan 30 16 8 6 46 26 +20 56 LLWWW
5   Henan Jianye 30 12 10 8 35 30 +5 46 WWDWD
6
Shanghai Shenhua 30 12 6 12 42 44 -2 42 WLWLL
7
Shijiazhuang Ever Bright 30 8 15 7 34 31 +3 39 LLDWD
8
Chongqing Lifan 30 9 8 13 37 52 -15 35 DLWWD
9   Jiangsu Sainty 30 9 8 13 39 48 -9 35 LDDLL
10
Changchun Yatai 30 8 11 11 39 47 -8 35 DLLWD
11   Hangzhou 30 8 9 13 27 35 -8 33 WDDLD
12
Liaoning Whowin 30 7 10 13 30 46 -16 31 LWDLD
13
Tianjin Teda 30 7 10 13 39 46 -7 31 DWLLW
14
Guangzhou R&F 30 8 7 15 35 41 -6 31 LWLWL
15   Beijing Renhe 30 7 8 15 39 52 -13 29 DWLLL
16   Shanghai Shenxin 30 4 5 21 30 70 -40 17 LLLLL
Champions League (Group Stage)
Champions League (Qualification)
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Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
Aloisio Shandong Luneng 22 6
Ricardo Goulart Guangzhou Evergrande 19 5
D. Damjanovic Beijing Guoan 16 0
H. Barcos Tianjin Teda 15 1
E. Gigliotti Chongqing Lifan 15 3
Wu Lei Shanghai SIPG 14 0
Gao Lin Guangzhou Evergrande 13 1
J. Mulenga Shijiazhuang Ever Bright 13 1
Anselmo Ramon Hangzhou 12 2
T. Hysén Shanghai SIPG 12 0
T. Cahill Shanghai Shenhua 11 2
Ricardo Santos Beijing Renhe 11 0
J. Patiño Henan Jianye 11 0
P. Batalla Beijing Guoan 10 1
D. Chima Shanghai Shenxin 10 0

 

News

MAJOR TRANSFERS: Is China becoming a serious contender on the world stage?
Live Soccer TV
The Chinese Super League has burst onto the scene with some high-profile transfers this year. Is this a sign of things to come, or just a flash in the pan?
How the Chinese Super League is reshaping Brazilian soccer
Fusion
... but this year the Chinese Super League — the national league of a country that has qualified for the World Cup once, and lost all three of its games without scoring a single goal — will boast a richer stock of talent than the game's most storied ...
Chelsea flop Radamel Falcao set for transfer to mega-rich Chinese Super League — but there's a twist
Mirror.co.uk
... Radamel Falcao could herald a new style of transfer to the mega-rich Chinese Super League. Striker Falcao is likely to be acquired by the league and then farmed out to a club — in a similar fashion to what used to happen in Major League Soccer in ...
How the Chinese Super League is outsmarting the MSL and the ISL
IBNLive
The Martinez deal was the biggest in the January transfer window and it got everyone notice how the Chinese Super League is trying to outdo the Major League Soccer (MLS) and the ISL in attracting the big names from Europe and Brazil. A few days later ...
Chinese Super League: 13 big-name players that could move to China, featuring John Terry and Yaya Toure
talkSPORT.com
... in the summer after revealing that the club informed him, as it stands, he will not be offered an extension on his deal which expires at the end of the season. He has said that he won't play for another club in England, and those in the Chinese ...
Chinese Super League Spending HUGE Money To Become Major Soccer Power
The Big Lead
This Chinese Super League aggressiveness may have a knock-on effect for MLS. Los Angeles FC, undoubtedly, will want a big star when the club launches in 2018. Does Cristiano Ronaldo still come if a Chinese club is offering to pay him more than 10 times ...
Can the Chinese Super League Really Become a Destination for Football's Best?
Bleacher Report
The Chinese Super League has sent ripples across the sporting world of late, with clubs like Jiangsu Suning, Guangzhou Evergrande and Hebei China Fortune all spending big—really big. Ramires was signed for £17 million, with £32 million splurged on ...
Barcelona star Dani Alves offered £27m deal by Chinese Super League club
Daily Mail
Barcelona's Dani Alves could become the next star to move to the cash-rich Chinese Super League. The defender has been offered a three-year, £9.2m-a-season offer by an unnamed club, according to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo. Alves, 32, has ...

 

About China - Super League

The Chinese Super League is the top professional football competition in China. It is also known as the Chinese Football Association Super League, or CSL. The Chinese Super League has a short season running from early in the season February until December. 16 football teams participate in the CSL with the current champions for the 2009 Season being Shandong Luneng

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