CFA (Chinese Football Association)

Chinese streaming platform and internet giant Tencent has acquired media rights in China for the Chinese Super League for the next three seasons, 2021 to 2023

The Chinese Football Association revealed details of this season's Chinese Super League and urged the country's professional clubs to move on from the financial problems that have dogged them in recent…

The Chinese Football Association has disqualified six clubs from taking part in professional leagues in the 2021 season, as a result of financial problems

The Chinese Super League is discussing options for the exploitation of its domestic media rights from the 2021 season onwards with several different broadcasters, following the premature end of a deal…

The Chinese Football Association this week unveiled updated salary cap and club spending rules as it continues a drive to bring stability to club finances and rein in overspending

SportBusiness speaks to Louis Liu, secretary general of the Chinese Football Association, about China's ambitions to become a football superpower.

Covid-19 containment measures for the Chinese Super League this season pushed running costs for the competition to a record $30m (€25m).

Up to 10,000 fans could attend each leg of the Chinese Super League final next month, the Chinese Football Association secretary-general has told news agency AFP

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

Tokyo 2020 organising committee CEO Toshiro Muto said he hopes outgoing Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe will remain involved with the Olympics hosting effort - Reuters/CNA A

The Chinese Super League has allowed a limited number of spectators to attend a game for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic began

International Paralympic Committee president Andrew Parsons said next year's Paralympics could not go ahead at the current risk level for Covid-19, noting that some para-athletes were particularly vulnerable…

The Chinese Super League began its 2020 season at the weekend, with seven matches played and one more to follow this evening

Tom King looks at how China is getting its sporting calendar back on track, and how the global health crisis has affected some of the weaker industry players in the country.

The Chinese Football Association has announced the 2020 China Ping An Super League will start on July 25

Xu Bin, the chief of Shanghai's Sports Bureau, has said that the Chinese Super League is likely to kick off in July and that Formula One is considered running two races in the city this year