Chinese Super League (CSL)

Football star Cristiano Ronaldo and the Chinese and Japanese football leagues announced new stages in digital collectibles projects this week amid growing uncertainty over the once-booming sector

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

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

The Chinese Football Association has outlined its intention for the top domestic football leagues in China, including the Chinese Super League, to resume home-and-away fixtures from April

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

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

Chinese football-focused digital platform Dongqiudi has acquired non-exclusive live streaming rights for the Chinese Super League in a three-season deal starting with the upcoming 2021 season

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

Mediapro Asia, an arm of the international rights agency and production group, is finalising a deal for Chinese Super League international media rights for the three seasons from 2021 to 2023, SportBusiness…

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…

Tianjin Tigers participation in this year's Chinese Super League is under threat after its parent company decided to stop investing in the club, according to Chinese media reports

The Chinese Football Association said the number of teams participating in the Chinese Super League will increase from 16 to 18 from 2023, and the second-tier League One will expand to 20 teams, while…

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

The Chinese Super League is planning to admit up to 1,900 fans to the Shanghai SIPG v Beijing Guoan fixture this Saturday

The Chinese Super League (CSL) has reached a long-term agreement with online classified ads marketplace, and its secondary real estate platform Anjuke to jointly sponsor the league

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