Chinese Football Association

The Chinese Football Association has drawn up a series of plans for a return of top-flight competition in the country

Indebted Chinese Super League football club Tianjin Tianhai has said it is available to a new owner for free

The Chinese Football Association has ordered League 2 clubs Suzhou Soochow, Jiangxi Liansheng, Sichuan Jiu Niu and Kunshan FC to submit documentation proving they have been paying players, coaches and…

The Chinese Football Association is postponing the start of the 2020 season of its national football leagues at all levels, including the top-tier Super League, in response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak…

Several major sporting events in China and Asia have been postponed, cancelled, or under threat due to the coronavirus outbreak

The Chinese Football Association has said it's new salary cap for foreign players is aimed at improving domestic players and 'deflating financial bubbles'

The Chinese Football Association has instructed Chinese clubs to halt player contract talks as it prepares to introduce new regulations, including a salary cap, next month

After local media reported an increase of the Chinese Super League's quota for foreign  players last week, the Chinese Football Association released a statement on Tuesday saying those reports are "completely …

Control of the Chinese Super League, China's top football league, is being handed over by the Chinese Football Association to the competition's clubs in an effort to encourage its commercial development

The Chinese Football Association’s tough line on football club finances has cooled spending at the top level and is pushing lower-tier teams toward oblivion. Chen Yaolin reports.

Why Fifa has chosen to host the 2021 Club World Cup in China, and how the competition is a step forward towards China's football ambitions. Zhang Dan reports.

Chinese policy towards state ownership of sports leagues has performed a massive U-turn, with oversight of the Chinese Super League being passed to a private entity. SportBusiness looks at why, and what will happen next.