Chinese football champions

Chinese football champions

The Chinese football champions indicates all past winners of the Chinese top-tier football league since it became a professional league in 1994.

History

The professional football league of China was found in 1994 as the Chinese Jia-A League (甲A联赛). After 10 years of existence, the Chinese FA decided to create a new top tier league known as the Chinese Super League.

So far 14 seasons have been completed, with 4 seasons as the Chinese Super League. Dalian Shide (former "Dalian Wanda") is the most successful team with 8 triumphs and they are the only team to win consecutive titles, with 3 consecutive titles from 1996 to 1998 as well as from 2000 to 2002.

Jia-A League champions

References

External links

* [http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/chinachamp.html List of Champions (Included 1951-1993)] on RSSSF


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