China League One
Chinese streaming platform China Sports, also known as Zhibo.tv, has renewed its deal for rights to the country’s second-tier football division, China League One, for the 2021 season.
The Chinese Football Association has disqualified six clubs from taking part in professional leagues in the 2021 season, as a result of financial problems
Chinese streaming platform China Sports, also known as Zhibo.tv, has acquired exclusive rights to China League One, the country's second-tier football division, for the 2020 season. SportsMoney
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