CFA (Chinese Football Association)

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

The Chinese Super League is running out of time to restart and is in danger of not being able to complete its 2020 season, according to media reports

The Chinese Football Association has disqualified 11 teams from professional competition this year as part of its ongoing crackdown on financial mismanagement

The Chinese Football Association has drawn up guidelines to counter the Covid-19 threat as it eyes a late June or early July restart for the 2020 season of the Chinese Super League

Shen Jiang, senior associate at Jingtian & Gongcheng, and Luca Ferrari, partner and global head of sports at Withers, consider the legal issues around the player wage reductions now agreed by all Chinese Super league clubs

Chinese Super League football team Guangzhou Evergrande reported a $274m (€252m) loss for 2019, according to the club’s latest annual report.

China League One football club Liaoning FC is on the brink of shutting down, according to news agency Reuters

The Chinese Football Association is setting up a 'working group' to investigate financial problems at the country's clubs

Asian qualifying competitions for Tokyo 2020 Olympics boxing and women's football, Fina's Diving World Series and the Blue Bay LPGA tournament have become the latest events affected by the coronavirus…

The Chinese Football Association has released the calendar for its domestic football competitions for the 2020 season, including for the Super League (CSL), League One, League Two, and the FA Cup

The Chinese Super League is introducing a range of financial sustainability measures, including a cap on salaries for foreign players of $3.3m (€3m).

The Chinese Football Association has named the 10 host cities for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup as: Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Chongqing, Chengdu, Xi'an, Dalian, Qingdao, Xiamen and Suzhou

Fifa has today (Thursday) confirmed that China will become the first host of its expanded Club World Cup in 2021, stating that the revamped format will have a “major impact” financially.

During the 11th membership congress of the Chinese Football Association today, Chen Xuyuan, formerly chairman at the Shanghai International Port Group, which owns Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG,…

Online payment platform Alipay announced it will provide 1 billion yuan (USD$145m) in funding for a 10-year project to boost China's women's football industry

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has today (Tuesday) confirmed that China will host the Asian Cup in 2023, stating that the award will provide the opportunity to “unlock the potential” that exists for…