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Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
83
12
5
1
3 - 0
3.45
1.2
17° overcast clouds
Postponed
57
24
19
1
2 - 1
2.56
1.75
2 - 0
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
52.95
47.05
Under
2.56
1.05
2 - 0
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
53
47
No
2 - 1
2.56
2.05
2 - 0
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
59%
Away
+2
3 - 0
3.45
1.17
Postponed
57%
Home
0
2 - 1
2.56
1.13
2 - 0

The Chinese FA Super Cup

The Chinese FA Super Cup (Pinyin: Zhõngguó Zúxié Chãojíbẽi), previously known as the Chinese Football Super Cup (Pinyin: Zhõngguó Zúqíu Chãobàbẽi), is a pre-season football tournament contested in China prior to the start of the season. It is a Chinese football championship contested by the holders of the Professional League's top division (formerly the Chinese Jia-A League, now the Chinese Super League) and the FA Cup from the previous season. 

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Shanghai SIPG won 2019 CFA Super CupShanghai SIPG won 2019 CFA Super Cup

Winners of the Chinese Super Cup

Season

Date

Jia-A/CSL winner

Result

FA Cup winner

1995

9 December 1995

Shanghai Shenhua

1–0

Jinan Taishan

1996

9 March 1997

Dalian Wanda

3–2

Beijing Guoan

1997

12 March 1998

Dalian Wanda

1–2

a.e.t. (g.g.)

Beijing Guoan

1998

7 March 1999

Dalian Wanda Shide

0–3

Shanghai Shenhua

1999

4 March 2000

Shandong Luneng Taishan

2–4

Liaoning F.C. 1

2000

30 December 2000

Dalian Shide

4–1

Chongqing Lifan

2001

26 February 2002

Dalian Shide

1–3 2

(1–1 / 0–2)

Shanghai Shenhua 1

2 March 2002

2002

6 February 2003

Dalian Shide

1–0

Qingdao Etsong Hainiu

2003

18 January 2004

Shanghai Shenhua

3–4

Beijing Guoan

2012

25 February 2012

Guangzhou Evergrande

2–1

Tianjin Teda

2013

3 March 2013

Guangzhou Evergrande

1–2

Jiangsu Sainty 1

2014

16 February 2014

Guangzhou Evergrande

0–1

Guizhou Renhe

2015

14 February 2015

Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao

0–0

(3–5 pen.)

Shandong Luneng Taishan

2016

27 February 2016

Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao

2–0

Jiangsu Suning

2017

25 February 2017

Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao

1–0

Jiangsu Suning 1

2018

26 February 2018

Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao

4–1

Shanghai Greenland Shenhua

2019

23 February 2019

Shanghai SIPG

2–0

Beijing Sinobo Guoan

2020

 

Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao

Cancelled 3

Shanghai Greenland Shenhua

Facts about some of the dominant teams

  • Guangzhou Football Club: Guangzhou Football Club, previously Guangzhou Evergrande Football Club, is a Chinese professional football club that competes in the Chinese Super League under the Chinese Football Association's licence. The team is headquartered in Guangzhou, Guangdong, and their home stadium is Tianhe Stadium, which holds 54,856 people. According to a Forbes estimate from 2016, the team was priced at US$282 million, the highest among Chinese football clubs, despite a confirmed operational loss of more than US$200 million in 2015.
  • Dalian Shide: Between 1955 and 2012, Dalian Shide was a professional Chinese football club based in Dalian, Liaoning Province, China, that competed in China's football league system. The 55,843-seat Dalian People's Stadium served as their home stadium until 1997 when they relocated to the 30,776-seat Jinzhou Stadium. Dalian was the most prolific team in Chinese football, winning eight league titles in both the Jia A and the rebranded CSL, and reaching the finals of the Asian Football Confederation's 1997–98 Asian Club Championship and 2000–01 Asian Cup Winners' Cup.
  • Shanghai Port FC: Shanghai Port FC, formerly known as Shanghai SIPG, is a professional football club based in Shanghai, China, that competes in the Chinese Super League under the Chinese Football Association's license (CFA). The team is headquartered in Shanghai's Pudong district, and their home stadium is the Pudong Football Stadium, which seats 37,000 people. Shanghai Port FC was the third-most profitable football team in China in 2015, according to Forbes, with a club income of $159 million and an annual turnover of $37 million.

Sources

  • RSSSF
  • Forbes