|Full name||Zhao Xuri|
|Date of birth||3 December 1985|
|Place of birth||Dalian, Liaoning, China|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position||Defensive midfielder|
|Current club||Guangzhou Evergrande|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15 November 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).
Zhao Xuri (simplified Chinese: 赵旭日; traditional Chinese: 趙旭日; pinyin: Zhào Xùrì; born 3 December 1985 in Dalian, Liaoning) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Guangzhou Evergrande in the Chinese Super League.
While Zhao Xuri originally started his professional football career with second tier football club Dalian Saidelong, he did not make an impact within the team, however top tier side Sichuan Guancheng took an interest within the youngster. During the 2003 league season he would quickly rise to prominence and immediately established himself as an integral member within the team by playing in 27 league games and scoring 2 goals in his debut season. The following season was to prove significantly more difficult as Zhao Xuri was injured through most of the season only making 9 appearances. He was still highly regarded enough to be transferred to Dalian Shide where due to his versatility he would continue to establish himself as a regular and go on win the 2005 first division title.
Zhao transferred to Guangzhou Evergrande on 26 December 2011, along with Rong Hao, Li Jianbin and Peng Xinli. He made his official debut for Guangzhou in a 2-1 Chinese FA Super Cup victory against Tianjin Teda on 25 February 2012. He scored first goal for Guangzhou on 21 July 2012 in a 2–1 away victory against Henan Construction.
Zhao's performances for Sichuan Guancheng were impressive enough for an immediate call up to the senior national team to play in the 2003 East Asian Football Championship. On 7 December 2003, he would make his debut during the tournament to play in a game against South Korea that China lost 1-0. During the tournament, he would go on to score his first goal against Hong Kong on 10 December 2003 in a game that China won 3-1. His versatility saw him gain significant playing time and go on to selected in the squad to participate in the 2007 AFC Asian Cup where he played in two group games in an unsuccessful competition that saw China knocked out in the group stages.
In 2008, Zhao was eligible to play for the 2008 Summer Olympics squad where he played two of the three group games in the tournament. Once the tournament ended, he would find himself completely dropped from the senior team until new head coach Gao Hongbo brought him back into the senior team during a friendly against Germany on 29 May 2009 in a 1-1 draw. After the game, Zhao would establish himself as an integral member within the Chinese squad and settle himself as the first choice defensive midfielder within the team.
- Chinese Super League: 2012, 2013
- Chinese FA Cup: 2012
- Chinese FA Super Cup: 2012
- AFC Champions League: 2013
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- Zhao Xuri at National-Football-Teams.com
-  Player stats at football-lineups website
-  Fifa player profile
-  Player stats at sohu.com