Beijing Enterprises Group F.C.

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BG
Běijīng Kònggǔ
北京控股
Beijing Enterprises Group F.C. logo.jpg
Full name Beijing Enterprises Group Football Club
北京控股足球俱乐部
Founded 2004; 13 years ago (2004)
Ground Olympic Sports Centre (Beijing)
Ground Capacity 36,228
Chairman Guo Weiwei (郭维维)
Manager Yasen Petrov
League China League One
2016 League One, 8th

Beijing Enterprises Group Football Club (Chinese: 北京控股; pinyin: Běijīng Kònggǔ) or commonly known as BG (Chinese: 北控; pinyin: Běi Kòng), is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the China League One division under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is based in Beijing and their home stadium is the Olympic Sports Centre (Beijing) that has a seating capacity of 36,228. Their current majority shareholder is the conglomerate Beijing Enterprises Holdings Limited.

History[edit]

Beijing Enterprises Group F.C. was founded as Beijing Baxy F.C. in 2004 by former Chinese footballers Guo Weiwei, Wang Tao and Guo Weijian as an amateur football club.[1] By 2009 the club's youth team were considered good enough to take part in professional football and the club entered the third tier of Chinese football at the beginning of the 2009 China League Two season. Within their first professional campaign Wang Tao was their Chairman who brought in Cao Xiandong to manage the team. The players wore white tops, black bottoms, white socks for the home kits and blue tops, white bottoms, dark blue socks for their away kit.[2] After a promising start to the campaign that saw them lead the table within the group stage the club ultimately finished third in the play-off and just missed out of promotion to the second division.[3] After failure to win promotion from the previous season the club decided to take over financially struggling China League One side Beijing Hongdeng and took over their position within the league at the beginning of the 2010 league season.[4] In Beijing Baxy's first season in the second tier, they were given a 6-point deduction due to Beijing Hongdeng's late payment of wages for Rajko Vidović in the 2007 season.[5]

Beijing Baxy finished the 15th of 16 teams in the 2012 season and was supposed to relegate to China League Two; however, they were spared from relegation due to Dalian Shide's dissolvation. On 26 February 2013, Croatian manager Goran Tomić was officially announced as the new coach of the club.[6] After signing some high level players such as Stephen Makinwa, Lucian Goian, Ryan Griffiths and Hu Zhaojun, Beijing Baxy finished historic high record of 7th place if the 2013 season. Beijing Baxy had a 21-match-unbeaten (8 wins and 13 draws) start in the 2014 season. They remained the hope of promotion until the last round and eventually finished in 4th place. Goran Tomić won China League One Coach of the Year award in December 2014.

On 25 December 2014, Beijing Enterprises Holdings Limited bought majority shares of the club and the club name was changed into Beijing Enterprises Group F.C.[7] They would also change the club's badge and home kit from all white to blue and red as well as bring in former Beijing Guoan manager Aleksandar Stanojević on 12 January 2015 on a three-year contract with the club.[8]

On 30 December 2016, the team officially sacked Aleksandar Stanojević, and signed Yasen Petrov as their new manager.[9]

Name history[edit]

  • 2004–2014 Beijing Baxy 北京八喜
  • 2015– Beijing Enterprises Group 北京控股

Crest history[edit]

Grounds[edit]

The home ground of Beijing Baxi FC was the Chaoyang Sports Centre which is located on Yaojiayuan Road No. 77 in the Chaoyang District. The stadium was used during the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the grounds also incorporate a golf driving range, equestrian shop, baseball venue, indoor tennis, and training pitches.[10] Baxy do not train at this venue, but amateur football club Forbidden City Football Club often play weekend matches at the pitches located directly behind the main stadium. Beijing BG moved their home stadium to Olympic Sports Centre (Beijing) in 2015.

Current squad[edit]

As of 3 March 2017 [11]

First team 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
1 China GK Dong Lei
3 China DF Liu Yi
4 China MF Zhang Junzhe
5 China DF Tang Jiashu
6 China MF Wang Changqing
7 China DF Jin Hui
8 China MF Wang Jianwen
9 Austria FW Rubin Okotie
10 Chinese Taipei MF Chen Hao-wei
12 Chinese Taipei FW Wen Chih-hao
13 China DF Peng Xinbin
14 Nigeria FW Leke James
15 China DF Yang Guiyan
16 China MF Yu Tao
17 China DF Xu Dong
No. Position Player
18 China FW Xu Yihai
19 China FW Li Xiang
20 China MF Xu Borui
21 China MF Bu Xin
22 China GK Liu Tianxin
23 China DF Yao Liang
24 Ivory Coast MF Cheick Tioté
25 China MF Chen Shuo
26 China DF Cui Zhongkai
27 China FW Zou Zhongting
28 China MF Song Yi
29 China GK Dong Hengyi
31 China MF Yan Xiangchuang
32 China DF Wang Cun
33 China DF Liu Bin

Reserve 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
45 China DF Wang Zihao
46 China MF Liu Bo
47 China MF Yang Yun
50 China DF Wu Wenguang
52 China DF Jia Hongnian
53 China MF Sun Chaofan
54 China FW Su Jianhu
No. Position Player
55 China MF Zhang Sheng
56 China DF Wang Haitao
57 China GK Yang Fan
58 China DF Zhu Xiaojian
59 China MF Wang Wen'an
60 China DF Wang Junming

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
43 China MF Han Yi (at Hunan Billows until Dec 31, 2017)
51 China FW Gong Zheng (at Beijing BIT until Dec 31, 2017)

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head coach Bulgaria Yasen Petrov
Team Manager China Tang Pengju
Assistant coaches Serbia Aleksandar Kristić
Serbia Goran Pandurović
Serbia Branimir Mićović
Fitness coach China Cui Enlang
Team Physician China Xiao Bin

Source: sina.com

Managerial history[edit]

Only League matches are counted.

Name From To Pld W D L Notes
China Xu Hui 徐晖 2009 2009 15 8 3 4
China Cao Xiandong 曹限东 2010 2010 24 10 4 10
Belgium Piet Demol 皮特 2011 2011 5 1 1 3
China Cao Xiandong 曹限东 2011 2011 21 6 8 7
China Cui Enlang 崔恩郎 2012 2012 15 3 2 10
China Gai Zengjun 盖增君 2012 2012 4 1 1 2
China Cao Xiandong 曹限东
China Wang Tao 王涛
2012 2012 11 4 4 3
Croatia Goran Tomić 托米奇 2013 2014 60 25 21 14 2014 Chinese League One Manager of the Year
Serbia Aleksandar Stanojević 斯塔诺 2015 2016
Bulgaria Yasen Petrov 亚森 2017

Results[edit]

All-time League Rankings

Year Tier Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Pos Cup Asian Avg league att Stadium
2009 3 15 8 3 4 25 22 +3 21 1 3 NH DNQ Eastern Aojing Sports Centre
2010 2 24 10 4 10 24 24 0 28 2 8 NH DNQ Chaoyang Sports Centre
2011 2 26 7 9 10 18 28 −10 30 11 R1 DNQ Chaoyang Sports Centre
2012 2 30 8 7 15 34 46 −12 31 15 R2 DNQ 845 Shijingshan Stadium
2013 2 30 11 8 11 35 42 −7 41 7 R2 DNQ 2,269 Chaoyang Sports Centre
2014 2 30 14 13 3 45 27 18 55 4 R2 DNQ 1,668 Chaoyang Sports Centre
2015 2 30 17 5 8 48 29 19 56 4 SF DNQ 5,435 Olympic Sports Centre (Beijing)
2016 2 30 11 8 11 40 38 2 41 8 R3 DNQ 3,463 Olympic Sports Centre (Beijing)
2017 2 30 DNQ Olympic Sports Centre (Beijing)
  • ^1 in group stage ^2 6-point deduction for late payment of wages

Key

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries.

References[edit]

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  5. ^ "北京八喜收到中国足协罚单 联赛积分被扣除6分". sports.sohu.com. 2010-04-08. Retrieved 2015-01-12. 
  6. ^ "八喜官方宣布新任主帅 克罗地亚少帅托米奇掌舵". sports.sohu.com. 2013-02-26. Retrieved 2015-01-12. 
  7. ^ "关于中甲北京八喜联合竞技足球俱乐部有限公司主要股权转让并更名为北京控股足球俱乐部有限公司的公示". Chinese Football Association. 2014-12-25. Retrieved 2015-01-12. 
  8. ^ "斯塔诺出任北控主帅:签约三年 任务率队冲超". sports.qq.com. 2015-01-12. Retrieved 2015-01-12. 
  9. ^ "北控官宣斯塔诺下课 前永昌主帅亚森正式上任". sports.qq.com. 30 Dec 2016. Retrieved 30 Dec 2016. 
  10. ^ "Chaoyang Stadium". Chaoyang Stadium. Retrieved 2012-08-20. 
  11. ^ 2017中甲联赛北京北控队完全名单 sports.sina.com 2017-03-03 Retrieved 2017-03-08
  12. ^ "China – List of Champions". rsssf.com. 10 Oct 2013. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 
  13. ^ "北京八喜". sodasoccer.com. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 

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