Chinese Super League

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…

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, 58.com and its secondary real estate platform Anjuke to jointly sponsor the league

The Thai football league season may restart earlier than planned due to pressure from domestic broadcast partner TrueVisions, the Football Association of Thailand has said - Bangkok Post

This year's Asia Cup national team cricket tournament has been cancelled, with planned hosts Pakistan possibly hosting it next year instead, cricket officials have said - The Hindu

The Chinese Super League is due to pay RMB15m ($2.1m/€1.9

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

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.

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

Average viewership of Chinese Super League matches for domestic rights-holder PP Sports was up 12.1 per cent in the 2019 season, according to a report from the OTT platform

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 …