China Men's National Team

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China's national men's football team, founded in 1924, referred to as the "National Football", joined FIFA in 1931.

Before 1979, the Chinese national football team was represented by the Republic of China national football team, mainly composed of Hong Kong players who established the first professional football league in Asia. The People's Republic of China Football Association joined the International Football Association in 1979. Since 1976, the Chinese team has participated in the Asian Cup football match and reached the finals twice in 1984 and 2004. In 2002, the Chinese team entered the World Cup for the first time. In the 2019 UAE Asian Cup, the national football team had two wins and one loss to qualify for the second place in the group. In the 1/8 finals, Thailand was reversed 2-1 to advance. In the quarterfinals, 0-3 lost to Iran and missed the semi-finals.

On May 24, 2019, the Chinese Football Association officially announced that Lippi once again officially became the coach of the national football team. On November 14, in the top 40 of the 2022 World Cup Asian qualifiers, the Chinese team lost to Syria 1-2. Lippi announced his resignation at a post-match press conference. On January 2, 2020, the Chinese Football Association officially appointed Li Tie as the head coach of the Chinese National Men’s Football Team.

Chinese name: Chinese Mens National Soccer Team

Owner: Chinese Football Association

Foreign name: Chinese Mens National Soccer Team

Current head coach: Li Tie

Sports: Football

Well-known figures: Gao Hongbo, Fan Zhiyi, Sun Jihai, Yang Chen, Zheng Zhi, etc.

Participating in events: East Asian Cup, Asian Cup, World Cup

Main honors: the third runner-up of the 6th Asian Cup in 1976, the third runner-up of the 8th Asian Games in 1978, the runner-up of the 8th Asian Cup in 1984, the runner-up of the 12th Asian Games in 1994, and the second runner-up of the 12th Asian Games in 1998. Third place in the 13th Asian Games

Region: Mainland China

Established: 1924 (Jiazi Year)

World ranking: 75 (October 2020)

Home jersey: Red; Away: Yellow

Jersey sponsor: Nike

Player with the most appearances: Gao Lin (88 games)

Goal record: 27 goals (Yang Xu)

Assist record: 9 assists (Wu Xi)

FIFA highest ranking: 37th (1998)

The lowest FIFA ranking: 109th (March 2013)

The biggest victory in the international A-level competition: 19-0 Guam (January 2000)

The biggest loss in the international A-level competition: 0-8 Brazil (September 11, 2012)

The first official international game: 1-0 Philippines (January 1913)

The first international A-level game: 5-0 Philippines (May 1925)

The first international A-level game of New China: 0-4 Finland (August 4, 1952)

The biggest loss to the AFC teamBall score: 1-5 Thailand (June 15, 2013)

The world’s largest score win record in the preliminaries: 12-0 Bhutan (November 12, 2015)

The biggest goal difference in a single game in the world preliminaries: 12-0 Bhutan (November 12, 2015)

The biggest goal difference in a single game in the world preliminaries: 12-0 Bhutan (November 12, 2015) Day)

General-Fan Zhiyi

Fan Zhiyi, born in Ningbo, was born on November 6, 1969 in Yangpu District, Shanghai. He is a Chinese professional football player and the former captain of the national football team. He was originally a member of the Shanghai Shenhua football team. In 1998, he played for the Crystal Palace team in the English Premier League and became the player of the year. He served as the captain of the team, and later played for the Hong Kong First Division team, the Hong Kong Rangers, as a player and coach. , Also served as the technical director of Suzhou Trips, a team in China's second division league. In 1995 and 1996, he won the title of Chinese Footballer of the Year twice, the Golden Boot Award in 1995, the Silver Boot Award in 1996, and the "Asian Footballer" in 2001.

Li Weifeng

Li Weifeng is a defender (December 1, 1978). He played for South Korea's Suwon Samsung and was the first Chinese player to play in the Korean league. Li Weifeng has a brave style, strong body and strong one-on-one defensive ability. He is the best central defender in China and once served as the captain of the Chinese national team. Li Weifeng is most famous for his header, which earned him the nickname "Big Head". Although he is skilled in the game, his behavior on and off the court is controversial, and his excessive actions also make it easier for him to get a red card, and he has been dubbed the title of "Ball Domination". Speaking of Li Weifeng, the first thing people think of is his bravery and his controversy. They would think that he came from the Jianlibao youth team and helped the Shenzhen team win the Chinese Super League championship. They would also think that he had studied abroad in the Premier League and the K-League. However, what is less known is that, The starting point of the "big head" football career is Tianjin.

The first Chinese football "student from abroad"——Yang Chen

Yang Chen was the captain of the 1996 Olympic team and was selected for the first time in the national team on October 21, 1998. In December of the same year, Participated in the 13th Asian Games football match and won the third place; in February 2000, he was re-elected to the national team coached by Milu. In 2001, he represented the national team in the Asian World Cup qualifiers and the top ten matches, and was qualified for the Korea-Japan World Cup. On August 14, 1998, in the first round of the German First Division, Yang Chen represented the Frankfurt team as the main player and played 90 minutes, becoming the first Chinese to compete in the five major European leagues. On September 8, 1998, in the third round of the league match against Monchengladbach, Yang Chen scored a goal and became the first Chinese to score in the Bundesliga. This is also the first Chinese in the top five European leagues. Got the ball.

Midfield Engineer-Zhao Junzhe

Zhao Junzhe (April 18, 1979), a native of Shenyang, Liaoning, Manchu, whose surname is Aixinjueluo, with the character "Qi" Generations, Manchurian Zhenghuang Banner people. His ancestor Baolanga was the fifth younger brother of Nurhaci's grandfather, Jue Changan. Currently playing for the Liaoning Football Club, he is the captain and soul of the team. In 1985, he entered the Liaoning Youth Team, and in 1993, he entered the Liaoning Youth Team. In 1999, he won the second place in the A League and the Super Cup champion in the Liaoning team. Joined the Chinese national football team in 2000. He is a comprehensive midfielder with a certain strength in the right midfielder and midfielder position. He participated in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup and the 2004 Asian Cup. In the 2003 East Asian semifinals, Zhao Junzhe, who performed well, was selected by many Premier League clubs, including Charlton and Fulham. However, in the end, due to the dual factors of Zhao Junzhe's presence in the national football game and the positioning of it as a "not for sale" by Liao Football, the plan to stay abroad had to be temporarily shelved. On October 18, 2007, Zhao Junzhe, Zheng Zhi, Li Weifeng and Xiao Zhanbo jointly served as captains of the national team.

The Eagle Shooting Hero-Li Jinyu

Li Jinyu, a native of Shenyang, Liaoning, won the Chinese Super League Golden Boot with 26 goals in 2006 and helped Luneng win the double crown for the second time. In 2007, Li Jinyu scored 100 goals in the league and became the first person in Chinese history. In 2010, Li Jinyu won his third Chinese Super League trophy in the Luneng team. At the end of 2010, rumors about Li Jinyu's retirement were rampant, but on January 2, 2011, Li Jinyu, who was in the whirlpool of retirement rumors, appeared at the Luneng training ground and participated in the competition. Li Jinyu has a flexible mind and is a player who uses his brain to play football. He has a good sense of consciousness. On the court, Li Jinyu always runs aggressively to find fighters. Li Jinyu, who is very threatening to shoot, has good left and right feet, and his shooting is beautiful and full of aura. Li Jinyu is not a strong Vieri-style center, but he is passionate and passionate by nature.Jin Yu is China's "Inzaghi". The desire to win makes Li Jinyu always fight to the last moment on the court. The ghostly figure often becomes the finisher of the court. Being confident in his shooting is the biggest characteristic of Li Jinyu. His existence is a nightmare for any goalkeeper. The club scored 112 goals, ignoring all the Super League shooters, and the national team scored 26 goals.

Current players

Chinese Robben——Yu Hai

He made his debut in the Shanghai International team. In 2004, he visited Italy and met with Inter Milan, which aroused the other's interest. Yu Hai's sharp breakthrough on the left has aroused widespread praise from the media and experts. In 2006, he moved to Shaanxi with the team but was unable to compete due to injury. At the end of the year, he joined the National Youth Team in the Indian Asian Youth Championship and won the quarter-finals, and successfully tried the Eredivisie team. In early 2007, he was introduced by the Waiters team on loan and officially transferred in the summer. Yu Hai was highly regarded by the then Olympic coach Dujkovic and joined the team to participate in the 2007 French Toulon Cup to help the team reach the final. Facing the French national youth in the final, after the team fell behind by three goals, Yu Hai scored a face-saving goal for the Chinese team and won the bronze ball award of the tournament. Due to his injury, Yu Hai did not participate in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. In May 2009, Yu Hai was selected for the new national team coached by Gao Hongbo.

Yu Hai’s side road breakthrough poses a great threat. Yu Hai has won wide acclaim from the media and experts with his sharp left-sided breakthrough ability. As a forward, he can accomplish his tasks well. Yu Hai became famous at a young age, but his career encountered a crisis after moving to the Netherlands, the most important being injuries. In the Netherlands, Yu Hai underwent a total of three operations and became a veritable glass man. The poor performance of joining the Shaanxi team in the 2009 season has a lot to do with his injuries. However, the assists hat-trick against the Guangzhou team in April 2009 will wipe out the haze before the sea. His outbreak is good news for both Xhosa and Shaanxi. Yu Hai has become the main left midfielder of the Shaanxi Chanba team and the Chinese national team.

Super Captain——Zheng Zhi

Zheng Zhi, a Chinese football player, plays for Guangzhou Evergrande. He is the current Chinese national captain and Guangzhou Evergrande captain. Zheng Zhi has good physical fitness, comprehensive skills, rich experience, strong midfielder control ability, and good at long shots. He won the Chinese Super League twice during his playing for Shenzhen Jianlibao and Shandong Luneng. In 2007, he moved to the Premier League Charlton Club. In September 2009, he signed with the Soviet Super League Celtics. Appeared at Guangzhou Evergrande at the end of June 2010. Zheng Zhi was twice awarded the Chinese Footballer in 2002 and 2006.

Zheng Zhi joined Guangzhou Evergrande in 2010 and served as the captain. In 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014, he led the team to complete the four consecutive Chinese Super League championships, and he also won the Chinese Super League championship six times in total.

In 2013, he represented Guangzhou Evergrande and won the AFC Champions League. On the afternoon of November 15, 2013, Evergrande Captain Zheng Zhi was once again shortlisted for the three-person list of Asian Footballers of the Asian Football Association. On November 26, 2013, Zheng Zhi was awarded the 2013 Asian Footballer.

Desperate Saburo-Sun Ke

Sun Ke, born in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province on August 26, 1989, is a Chinese football player who serves as a striker and right midfielder. He has also played guest roles as a left midfielder and forward. waist. The height is 180CM and the weight is 70KG.

In 2008, Sun Ke made his first appearance on behalf of Jiangsu Sainty in the Chinese Football League. He scored two goals in the derby against his city rival Nanjing Youyou. The first one was his first. A league goal is scored. In 2013, Sun Ke was selected for the Chinese national team and made his national team debut in the Asian Cup qualifiers between the Chinese team and the Iraqi team. On April 2, 2013, Sun Ke scored his first goal in the AFC Champions League between Jiangsu Sainty and Buriram United. On July 21, 2013, Sun Ke came off the bench in the match between China and Japan and scored his first goal in the national team.

The forward general-Gao Lin

In 2002, Gao Lin became a member of the youth team of the Shanghai Shenhua Football Club. In July 2005, Gao Lin was transferred to the first team of the Shanghai Shenhua Football Club and qualified for the Super League. On August 21, Gao Lin played in the Super League for the first time. In August 2008, Gao Lin represented the Chinese Men's Football Team in the Beijing Olympics. In 2009, he scored 3 goals in the Asian Cup qualifiers against Vietnam and staged a hat trick. In March 2010, Gao Lin moved to Guangzhou Evergrande Football Club and wore a No. 29 shirt. On February 22, 2012, Gao Lin served as the team captain for the first time in the friendly match between the Chinese national team and Kuwait and scored a goal in the game. In 2013, Gao LinHelped Guangzhou Evergrande to win the AFC Champions League, and after 156 days, scored the first goal of a Chinese domestic player in the AFC finals.


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