Chinese Taipei national under-23 football team

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Chinese Taipei U-23
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) -
Association Chinese Taipei
Football Association
Head coach Taiwan Tsai Shang-ming (蔡尚明)
Home stadium Chungshan Soccer Stadium
FIFA code TPE
First colours
Second colours
First international
Taiwan Republic of China 3- 1 Thailand 
(Thailand; August 30, 1959)
Biggest win
Taiwan Republic of China 7-2 Philippines 
(Japan; October 3, 1967)
Biggest defeat
 Australia 11-0 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
(Adelaide, Australia; February 7, 2007)

The Chinese Taipei national under-23 football team (or Chinese Taipei national Olympic football team) is the national football team that represents Republic of China (Taiwan) in the Olympic Games. (See Chinese Taipei for the team name issue.) It also participates in Taiwan's top-level Enterprise Football League.

Naming Scheme[edit]

The Chinese Taipei national Olympic football team enters the Enterprise Football League with a different name every year.

  • China Steel (2006)
  • Fubon Financial (2007–2008)

Competition history[edit]

Olympic Games record[edit]

Year Result Pos P W D L F A
1900 to 1928 Did Not Enter - - - - - - -
Germany 1936 First round 12 1 0 0 1 0 2
United Kingdom 1948 First round 14 1 0 0 1 0 4
Italy 1960 First round 16 3 0 0 3 3 12

August 26, 1960
12:00
Italy  4 – 1  Republic of China
Rivera Goal 10'33'
Fanello Goal 49'
Tomeazzi Goal 67'
Report Chun Wa Mok Goal 29'
Napoli, Stadio San Paolo

Referee: Leo Helge (DNK)

Attendance:

August 29, 1960
12:00
Brazil  5 – 0  Republic of China
Gérson Goal 13'16'47'
Roberto Dias Goal 73'87'
Report
Rome, Stadio Flaminio

Referee: E. Erlich (YUG)

Attendance:

September 1, 1960
12:00
Great Britain  3 – 2  Republic of China
Lewis Goal 35'
Brown Goal 58'
Hasty Goal 85'
Report Chuk Yin Yiu Goal 70'88'

AFC U-22 Championship record[edit]

Olympic Games Qualification
Year Pos Final Stage Preliminary Stage
P W D L F A P W D L F A
2013 27th - - - - - - 5 2 0 3 9 20
2016 27th - - - - - - 3 1 0 2 3 8
Total - - - - - - - 8 3 0 5 12 28

Asian Games record[edit]

  • 2002 - 2014:Did not enter due to weak football strength.

East Asian Games record[edit]

  • 2005:Group match

October 29, 2005
2005 East Asian Games
Japan  6 – 1  Chinese Taipei
Shingo Akamine Goal 30'
Shingo Hyodo Goal 33'
Rui Komatsu Goal 46'50'
Shinji Tsujio Goal 82'
Jungo Fujimoto Goal 90+1'
Lin Kuei-Pin Goal 49'

October 31, 2005
2005 East Asian Games
Chinese Taipei  0 – 3  South Korea
Yeom Ki-hun Goal 14'75'
Jung In-whan Goal 68'

Recent and forthcoming fixtures[edit]

2016[edit]



2012[edit]

2008[edit]

2004[edit]

2000[edit]

1996[edit]

1992[edit]

1988[edit]

1984[edit]

1976[edit]

1972[edit]

1968[edit]

1964[edit]

2–2 on aggregate. But  Republic of China refused to play in a neutral ground for play-off.

1960[edit]

The match was abandoned, with Republic of China leading 1–0, when Korean players attacked the referee after awarding a penalty to Republic of China. So  Republic of China qualified for the 1960 Olympic Games.

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Taiwan DF Tsai Sheng-an
3 Taiwan FW Chang Han
4 Taiwan DF Chen Yu-lin
5 Taiwan MF Chen Yen-ting*
6 Taiwan MF Huang Cheng-tsung
7 Taiwan MF Wu Ming-cheng*
8 Taiwan MF Wu Cheng-hsien*
9 Taiwan MF Hung Chih-chi*
10 Taiwan FW Hsieh Meng-hsuan
11 Taiwan DF Hsu Hsiang-yu*
12 Taiwan MF Huang Kai-chun
13 Taiwan MF Chen Yi-wei
14 Taiwan MF Chen Po-liang
15 Taiwan FW Chiang Ming-han*
16 Taiwan FW Wu Pai-ho
17 Taiwan FW Hung Chung-yu*
18 Taiwan GK Hsu Chih-chang*
19 Taiwan DF Yang Chao-hsun*
20 Taiwan MF Ho Wei-chen*
21 Taiwan MF Chang Kai-ming*
No. Position Player
18 Taiwan GK Hsu Chih-chang*
19 Taiwan DF Yang Chao-hsun*
20 Taiwan MF Ho Wei-chen*
21 Taiwan MF Chang Kai-ming*
22 Taiwan GK Tsai Chia-hsiu*
23 Taiwan DF Hung Tzu-cheng*
24 Taiwan DF Huang Chao-yi*
25 Taiwan FW Huang Po-hao*
26 Taiwan DF Chang Kai-hsiang*
27 Taiwan FW Huang Kun-huang*
28 Taiwan MF Chang Shih-yu*
29 Taiwan FW Yeh Chih-hsien*
30 Taiwan DF Su Yi-ming*
31 Nigeria MF Damiola Babatunde* (As of May 2013 R.F.C. de Liège)
33 Nigeria FW Ezekiel Olatunde*
39 Nigeria DF Joseph Adeyemi*
-- Nigeria MF Obafemi Yobo*
-- Senegal DF Demba Selayoussy* (As Of June 2013 Kjelsås Fotball)

* Spellings of some player names have yet been confirmed. See zh:中華台北奧運足球隊 for their Chinese names.

Recent International Call-Ups[edit]

The following players are called up to face Australia in the 2008 Summer Olympics qualifications on February 7 (Adelaide) and February 14 (Taipei), 2007.

0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 1GK Lu Kun-chi 1985-02-06 2 0 Japan Grulla Morioka
2 2DF Tsai Sheng-an 1985-01-18 2 0
3 2DF Yu Chih-hung 1985-01-06 1 0 Taiwan Tatung
4 2DF Wu Cheng-hsien 1985-02-08 2 0
5 3MF Huang Cheng-tsung 1985-10-11 1 0
7 2DF Chen Yu-lin (captain) 1985-10-21 2 0
8 3MF Hsieh Meng-hsuan 1986-03-12 2 0
9 4FW Chang Han 1985-12-25 2 0
10 3MF Huang Wei-yi 1985-09-11 4 0 Taiwan Tatung
11 4FW Chiang Ming-han 1986-10-06 0 0
12 3MF Chen Yen-ting 1985-01-10 2 0
13 3MF Hung Chih-chi 1986-01-19 0 0
14 3MF Chen Yi-wei 1987-03-27 2 0
15 3MF Hsu Hsiang-yu 1986-03-04 1 0
16 3MF Huang Kai-chun 1987-03-04 2 0
18 1GK Hsu Chih-chang 1985-12-03 1 0
19 3MF Chen Po-liang 1988-02-11 2 0
20 2DF Chen Shan-fu 1987-08-07 1 0 Taiwan Taipower
21 2DF Wu Pai-ho 1987-11-29 0 0

Personnel[edit]

Head Coach
Taiwan Tsai Shang-ming (蔡尚明)
Assistant Coaches
Taiwan Chen Wen-fa (陳文發)
Taiwan Peng Wu-sung (彭武松)

Former managers[edit]

See also[edit]