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Changchun Yatai
Chángchūn Yàtài
长春亚泰
Logo
Full nameChangchun Yatai FC
长春亚泰足球俱乐部
Founded6 June 1996; 23 years ago (6 June 1996)[1]
GroundChangchun Stadium,
Changchun, China
Capacity38,500
OwnerYatai Group
ChairmanLiu Yuming
ManagerSvetozar Šapurić
LeagueChina League One
2018Super League, 15th (relegated)
WebsiteClub website

Changchun Yatai Football Club (simplified Chinese: 长春亚泰; traditional Chinese: 長春亞泰; pinyin: Chángchūn Yàtài) 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 Changchun, Jilin and their home stadium is the Changchun Stadium that has a seating capacity of 25,000. The club's founder and main investor is the private Chinese conglomerate Jilin Yatai Group.

The club was formed on June 6, 1996 before making their debut in the third tier of China's football league pyramid in the 1997 league season. In 2000 they bought a position into the second division after they merged with Bayi Chaoneng. In 2001 they finished runners-up within their division, however they were denied promotion after they were embroiled in a match-fixing scandal.[2] The club would reform and re-apply for a CFA playing license before they eventually gained promotion to China's top flight at the end of the 2005 league campaign. In the 2007 Chinese Super League they won the league title and participated in the 2008 AFC Champions League for the first time. They have since gone on to come second within 2009 Chinese Super League and also participated in the 2010 AFC Champions League.

Club history[edit]

Changchun Yatai was founded on 6 June 1996 by local conglomerate Jilin Yatai Group in Changchun, Jilin to take part in the recently fully professionalized league system, which allowed private enterprises to own their own clubs.[3] The club would select a dragon kicking a ball as their crest while assembling the club's senior team and to make sure they had a competitive youth system they also brought in the best youth players from Shenyang before moving them into their recently created football training base at a cost of two million yuan, while the total cost of starting the whole enterprise would end up being 20 million yuan.[4] For the next several seasons the club achieved very little until they bought a position into the second tier when the club took over Bayi Chaoneng at the beginning of the 2000 league season for fifteen million yuan, while during the season the team maintained an unbeaten home record but still finished in a disappointing fifth at the end of the season.[5] The following season the club's manager Yin Tiesheng looked like he could improve upon last years results when he guided the club to a runners-up position and what looked like promotion to the top tier for the first time, however it was soon discovered that the 6 October 2001 game that Changchun won 6–0 against Zhejiang was fixed. This saw the club denied promotion, had all offending participants banned for a year while the club had three months to reform and re-apply for a CFA playing license.[6] Despite this Yin Tiesheng stayed on and promoted future Chinese internationals Du Zhenyu, Zhang Xiaofei and Cao Tianbao from the club's youth team which was assembled from Shenyang into the senior team.[7] These players in 2003 would go on to win the Jia B (second level) title, but the club were not promoted due to the creation of the Super League.[8]

Yin Tiesheng would leave the club in 2004 to take the Chinese U20 head coach position and Chen Jingang was brought in as the new manager.[9] Within his reign Chen Jingang guided the club to a runners-up spot in the China League One division in 2005 and promotion to the Super League.[10] In the club's debut season they finished fourth, however Chen Jingang was relieved of his duties after he lost the dressing room by threatening to dock player wagers if he was unsatisfied with their performances.[11] In 2007 Gao Hongbo was brought as the new manager and in his debut season he won the Chinese Super League title with them.[12] This would see Changchun allowed entry to the 2008 AFC Champions League for the first time along with Beijing Guoan and played their first game against Vietnamese football club Bình Dương on 12 March 2008 in a 2–1 victory[13] While the club finished the group runners-up only one team was allowed to go through the knock out stages and the club crashed out of the tournament, this unfortunately affected the club's league performance and Gao Hongbo was fired during the season.[14]

On September 2008 Li Shubin was brought in to manage the club and to see out the remainder of the 2008 league season, however under his leadership results improved and the club went on to have an industrious following campaign that saw them come runners-up at the end of the 2009 Chinese Super League campaign.[15] Despite achieving consistently good performances for the team the club decided that they wanted Shen Xiangfu to manage the team for the following season and within one of his first games for the club in the 2010 AFC Champions League on 9 March 2010 Changchun beat Indonesian side Persipura Jayapura 9–0, making the victory the largest ever within the AFC Champions League for a Chinese side.[16] Shen Xiangfu was however, unable to guide Changchun into the knock out stages despite there being two places up for grabs and his league performances were not impressive, despite this the club held on to him for another season where he fared little better and at the beginning of the 2012 Chinese Super League season the club brought in Svetozar Šapurić as the club's new manager.[17]

In the 2018 Chinese Super League, Changchun underperformed in the last third of the season, finishing 15th. The team was relegated to the League One.

Current squad[edit]

First team squad[edit]

As of 7 March 2019[18]

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

No. Position Player
3 China DF Ren Peng
4 China DF Yu Rui
5 China DF Xiao Yufeng
7 Brazil FW Maurides
8 China FW Sun Jun
9 Netherlands FW Richairo Živković
11 China MF Xue Ya'nan
13 China FW Yang Chaosheng
14 China GK Dong Yifan
15 China DF Sun Jie
16 China FW Tan Tiancheng
17 China MF Fan Xiaodong
19 China MF Cao Ziheng
20 Serbia FW Stefan Drazic
23 China GK Wu Yake
No. Position Player
24 China DF Yan Zhiyu
25 China DF Cui Qi
26 China DF Zuo Yiteng
27 China MF Zhang Li
28 China GK Shi Xiaotian
29 China FW Tan Long
30 China FW Zhao Mingyu
31 China FW Cheng Changcheng
32 China MF Li Guangwen
33 China DF Zhang Xiaofei (Captain)
35 China DF Xu Xiao
36 China DF Jin Chenglong
37 China MF Zhou Dadi
38 China MF Feng Shuaihang
49 China MF He Wei

Reserve squad[edit]

As of 7 March 2019

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 Liu Yu
18 China MF Han Zilong
21 China MF Guan Hao
39 China FW Bai Xuesong
41 China GK Gao Yuqin
42 China MF Zhang Hengyuan
43 China MF Cui Jingming
44 China MF Yang Ailong
45 China MF Yang Shukai
46 China DF Yang Jingfan
47 China DF Azimet Ahat
51 China GK Shi Yuan
53 China DF An Kang
54 China DF Feng Wenjun
55 China MF Li Shangwen
56 China DF Zhang Yusheng
No. Position Player
57 China DF Fang Liang
58 China GK Chen Kaijun
59 China DF Li Jiachen
60 China MF Han Tianlin
61 China DF Zhu Mingxin
62 China MF Zhao HanYu
63 China MF Zhang Le
China FW Liu Ziliang
China MF Yan Xu
China MF Zhang Peng
China FW Zhang Yutian
China DF Xiang Jiaming
China GK Gu Zhiqiang
China MF Bai Yang
China DF Xu Chaochao
China MF Ju Feng (on loan from Guangzhou Evergrande)

Retired numbers[edit]

12 – Club Supporters (the 12th Man) retired in 2017.[19]

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
6 China DF Li Xiaoming (at Nantong Zhiyun 31 December 2019)
China DF Zhang Wenjun (at Jiangsu Yancheng Dingli 31 December 2019)
China MF Wang Jinliang (at Jiangsu Yancheng Dingli 31 December 2019)

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head coach Serbia Svetozar Šapurić
Team leader China Yang Jingdong
Assistant coach China Tian Ye
Goalkeepers coach Serbia Aleksandar Kocić
Fitness coach Serbia Dejan Ilic
Physiotherapist Brazil Felipe Osorio Marques
Team physicians China Yu Da
China Yang Junchao

Managerial history[edit]

As of 9 June 2019.[20][21]

Honours[edit]

League[edit]

Winners (1) : 2007
Runners-up (1) : 2009
Winners (1) : 2003
Runners-up (2) : 2001, 2005

Results[edit]

All-time League rankings

As of the end of 2018 season.[24][25]

Year Div Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Pos. FA Cup Super Cup League Cup AFC Att./G Stadium
1997 3 5 1 1 3 4 9 −5 31 6[26] DNQ DNQ NH
1999 3 12 6 3 4 20 7 13 61 5[27] DNQ DNQ NH
2000 2 22 7 10 5 28 22 6 31 5 QF DNQ NH Changchun City Stadium
2001 2 22 12 6 4 39 15 24 42 RU2 QF DNQ NH
2002 2 22 8 4 10 30 35 −5 28 8 R1 DNQ NH
2003 2 26 15 8 3 51 15 36 53 W3 R2 DNQ NH
2004 2 32 13 12 7 53 34 19 51 5 R1 NH DNQ Development Area Stadium
2005 2 26 20 4 2 71 22 49 64 RU R1 NH DNQ Changchun City Stadium
2006 1 28 13 7 8 41 26 15 46 4 R1 NH NH 8,607
2007 1 28 16 7 5 48 25 23 55 W NH NH NH 16,429
2008 1 30 12 9 9 53 45 8 45 6 NH NH NH Group 5,797
2009 1 30 14 8 8 38 31 7 50 RU NH NH NH 12,179 Development Area Stadium
2010 1 30 10 8 12 40 41 −1 38 9 NH NH NH Group 10,067
2011 1 30 11 12 7 33 31 2 45 7 R3 NH NH 13,835
2012 1 30 12 8 10 37 40 −3 44 6 QF DNQ NH 12,701
2013 1 30 8 8 14 29 41 −12 32 14 R4 DNQ NH 12,975
2014 1 30 8 8 14 33 40 −7 32 13 R3 DNQ NH 12,886
2015 1 30 8 11 11 39 47 −8 35 10 R3 DNQ NH 14,855
2016 1 30 10 5 15 30 44 −14 35 12 R3 DNQ NH 15,202
2017 1 30 12 8 10 46 41 5 44 7 R3 DNQ NH 16,477
2018 1 30 8 8 14 45 56 −11 32 15 R4 DNQ NH 18,819 Changchun City Stadium
2019 2 30 R16 DNQ NH
  • Did not enter in 1998 campaign.
  • ^1 In group stages. ^2 Promotion to Jia-A league was cancelled due to match fixing. ^3 No promotion.

Key

Opponent Season Home Away
Australia Adelaide United FC 2008 AFC Champions League Group stage 0–0 0–0
Indonesia Persipura Jayapura 2010 AFC Champions League Group stage 9–0 0–2
Japan Kashima Antlers 2010 AFC Champions League Group stage 0–1 0–1
South Korea Pohang Steelers 2008 AFC Champions League Group stage 1–0 2–2
South Korea Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC 2010 AFC Champions League Group stage 1–2 0–1
Vietnam Becamex Bình Dương F.C. 2008 AFC Champions League Group stage 2–1 5–0

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries whilst playing for Changchun.

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