Chinese Super League

Chinese Super League (CSL) clubs will have to operate a women’s team as a condition of competing in the upcoming 2023 season, according to requirements issued by the Chinese Football Association (CFA).

Wuhan Yangtze River has become the latest Chinese football club to cease operations, following its relegation from the top-tier Super League (CSL) last season

OneSoccer, Mediapro’s subscription channel in Canada, has acquired rights to the Dutch Eredivisie, the Chinese Super League and Manchester City’s international programming block.

Weibo has agreed a deal to become an official social media platform of the Chinese Super League

Chinese social media platform Douyin has become the official short video partner of the Chinese Super League. The deal was announced just before the start of the 2022 CSL season on June 3

Liaoning-based football club Dalian Pro has been reinstated to the Chinese Super League (CSL) following the withdrawal of Chongqing Liangjiang Athletic, the Chinese Football Association (CFA) has announced

Chinese Super League club Chongqing Liangjiang Athletic has withdrawn from the league and ceased operations a week before the start of the 2022 season due to financial problems

China's domestic football league, the Chinese Super League, is to begin its 2022 season on June 3, in a sign the country's sports industry may be starting to emerge from the ongoing Covid crisis

Chinese football clubs have begun training for the forthcoming Chinese Super League (CSL) season despite uncertainty over when the season will begin and where it will be staged, according to local media…

Chinese Super League clubs must settle their outstanding wages by the end of this year or face being relegated or disqualified from the top-tier football competition, the Chinese Football Association has…

Sports data and technology company Stats Perform has announced a two-year extension of its data tracking agreement with the Chinese Super League until the end of the 2023 season

The final, playoff stage of the 2021 Chinese Super League kicks off on Saturday with financial difficulties at clubs casting a pall over the season

The future of Chinese Super League football club Hebei FC is threatened by severe financial difficulties, according to reports in Chinese media

China is making plans to instigate reform within the Chinese Super League, according to reports, amid fears another leading club, Guangzhou FC, is facing financial collapse

Football-based media platform OneFootball has significantly upgraded its content portfolio in Italy, adding rights to a string of leagues, including the top divisions in Portugal and Scotland, while also…

The Chinese Super League will return to action in mid-July after a delayed restart to the second phase of the season, the Chinese Football Association has announced

The Chinese Super League and the Singapore Premier League have both seen restarts delayed as Covid-19 continues to disrupt the Asian football calendar, according to multiple reports

The Chinese Super League 2021 kicked off on Tuesday (April 20) with 30,000 fans witnessing a 2-2 draw in the Guangzhou derby