Chinese Super League 2007


Chinese Super League 2007

The 2007 Chinese Super League (CSL 2007) season, the fourth since its establishment, started on March 3, 2007 and ended on November 14, 2007. This season is sponsored by Kingway brewery.

Prior to the start of the season, the lowest placed team of the previous season, Chongqing Lifan was relegated to the Chinese Football Association Jia League while Henan Jianye and Zhejiang Lvcheng was promoted.

The champions, as well as the runner-up, of the league, will qualify for the AFC Champions League 2008 due to the cancellation of the FA Cup for the season.

Changchun Yatai clinched the league title at the last game of the season, while Xiamen Lanshi was relegated with two games to spare. Coincidentally, both of these teams were promoted in the previous season.

Pre-season change

As Zhu Jun, the owner of Shanghai United F.C. bought a majority share of their crosstown rival. The 7th placed team of the previous season, Shanghai United was merged into two times CSL runner-up Shanghai Shenhua. The new team play under the name Shanghai Shenhua United but use the stadium of the former Shanghai United - Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium in Pudong, Shanghai as their home ground.


=League table [ [http://fifa.com/associations/association=chn/nationalleague/standings.html 2007 Chinese Super League Detailed League Table] , Fifa.com - Chinese Super League 2007 ] =

"Last updated: 14 November, 2007".

ee also

*Chinese Super League
*Football in China
*Chinese Football Association
*Chinese Football Association Jia League
*Chinese Football Association Yi League
*Chinese FA Cup

References

External links

* [http://fa.org.cn/ Official site of the Chinese Football Association (In Chinese)]
* [http://csl.sports.cn/ Official site of the Chinese Super League (In Chinese)]
* [http://cn.sports.yahoo.com/foot/cn/superleague07/ Yahoo! China - Chinese Super League 2007 (In Chinese)]


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