CFA (Chinese Football Association)

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…

World football’s governing body Fifa has today (Friday) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chinese Football Association (CFA) aimed at boosting the development potential of the sport in the c…

The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has signed a wide-ranging memorandum with the Chinese government to promote the game between the two countries

Zhao Jun, chief executive of CSM, wants to renegotiate her company's 8-billion- yuan deal for Chinese Super League rights after  the league imposed restrictions on the transfer of foreign players. Ben Cronin spoke to the ‘8-billion-dollar sister’ at the recent Sportel media convention.

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) has announced plans to significantly enhance investment in the sport, however the sums involved pale into comparison to the money being spent by domestic Super League clubs on overseas signings.

Authorities in China have unveiled a new strategy to establish the country as one of the world’s strongest footballing nations by 2050.

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) has formally separated from the control of the country’s government in a bid to give the national governing body of the sport more independence.

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) has announced that it is planning to bid to host the 2023 edition of the Asian Cup national team tournament.

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) will enjoy full autonomy from the government and operate without state funding under major reforms relating to the operation of football in the Asian country.

Chinese Super League champion Evergrande Taobao has filed for an initial public offering (IPO) in a move that is set to see it become the first listed football club in Asia.

The Chinese government has today (Monday) unveiled a 10-year plan to overhaul football in the country which includes spinning off the Chinese Football Association (CFA) as a separate entity from the state sports regulator.