China - List of Foundation Dates Clubs

1951   Beijing Guoan
       Shanghai Greenland Shenhua        
       Tianjin Teda                     [founded as Tianjin FC]            
1953   Liaoning Whowin                  [founded as Liaoning FC]  
1954   Guangzhou Evergrande             [founded as Guangzhou Football Team] 
       Wuhan Optics Valley              [founded as Wuhan FC; disbanded 2008]
1955   Yanbian Baekdu (Longjing)        [founded as Jilin FC]
1956   Shandong Luneng Taishan (Ji'nan)
1958   Jiangsu Guoxin Shuntian (Nanjing)
       Henan Jianye (Zhengzhou)
1986   Guangzhou R&F                    [founded as Shenyang Huayang] 
1988   Harbin Yiteng                    [founded as Dalian Tielu]
1989   Shanghai Baosteel                [disbanded 1999]
1990   Qingdao Jonoon
1992   Guizhou Zhicheng
1994   Shenzhen Ruby
       Jingtie Locomotive (Tianjin)
1995   Guizhou Renhe (Guiyang)
1996   Chengdu Tiancheng Blades
       Changchun Yatai
1998   Hangzhou Greentown
       Qingdao Sunrise   
1999   Shenyang Dongjin                 [founded as Jining Dranix]
2000   Beijing 361 Degrees              [founded as Beijing Institute of Technology FC]
       Chongqing Lifan                  [founded as Wuhan Qianwei]             
2001   Shijiazhuang Yongchang           [founded as Xiamen Dongyuhang] 
2002   Jiangxi Liansheng (Nanchang)
2003   Shanghai Shenxin 
       Shanghai Pudong Zebon            [founded as Shangai Jiucheng; disbanded 2012]      
2004   Beijing Baxy United
       Hunan Xiangtao (Yiyang,Changsha) [founded as Hunan Xiangjun]
2005   Shanghai SIPG 
       Qingdao Haisha              
2006   Tianjin Songjiang
       Sichuan FC
       Vanguard Hubei Police Academy FC (Wuhan) 
       Xinjiang Ticai
2007   Guangdong Sunray Cave
       Nanjing Baotai
2009   Shenyang Zhongze                 [founded as Tianjin Runyulong]  
       Dalian Aerbin
       Wuhan Zall
2010   Hebei Zhongji
       Chongqing FC                     [disbanded 2013]
       Xinjiang Xiju 
2011   Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard        [founded as Hubei Huakaier]
       Shijazhuang Yongchang
       Qinghai Senke (Xining)
2012   Kunming Ruilong (Dali)
       Meixian Hakka                    [founded as Dongguan Nancheng]
       Shenzhen Fengpeng
2013   Qingdao Hainiu
 



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