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Dalian Aerbin
Dàlián Ā'ěrbīn
大连阿尔滨
Logo
Full name Dalian Aerbin Football Club
大连阿尔滨足球俱乐部
Nickname(s) Blue Hawks
Founded 20 September 2009; 5 years ago (2009-09-20)
Ground Dalian Sports Center,
Dalian, Liaoning
Ground Capacity 61,000
Chairman Li Ming 李明
Manager Mikael Stahre
League China League One
2014 15th (Relegated)
Current season

Dalian Aerbin Football Club (simplified Chinese: 大连阿尔滨; traditional Chinese: 大連阿爾濱; pinyin: Dàlián Ā'ěrbīn) 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 Dalian, Liaoning and their home stadium is the 61,000 capacity Dalian Sports Center where they are owned by the Dalian Aerbin Group Co. Ltd.

The club was founded in September 20, 2009 by Dalian Aerbin Group Co. Ltd and started at the bottom of the Chinese football pyramid in the third tier. After successive league title wins in the 2nd and 3rd tier professional football leagues, they were promoted to the top tier in 2012 Chinese Super League season where they would experience their highest ever placing of fifth in the same season.[1]

History[edit]

On September 20, 2009, Dalian Aerbin Group Co. Ltd. established a new professional football club and hired former Chinese international footballer Li Ming to become the club manager. The club's name Aerbin comes from the Manchu language meaning a place with water, which is also the name of a small town in Jinzhou District of Dalian where Dalian Aerbin Group Co. Ltd locates. They would soon move into the Dalian University Stadium in the Dalian Development Area and bring in Chi Shangbin as their co-manager and Sun Xianlu as their Head coach.[2] Starting in the third tier league, the club made their debut in 2010 China League Two season. The club brought in established top tier Chinese Super League players such as Guo Hui, Chang Lin and Yang Lin. The quality of these players helped the club win their regional division section and later the league title over Tianjin Songjiang as the club won the championship.[3]

The following season, the club hired its first foreign coach, a Bulgarian, Aleksandar Stankov. Dalian Aerbin F.C. set up a surprising winning streak and won the 2011 China League One championship.[4] With its meteoric rise to the Super League, the club decided to use the 30,775 seater Jinzhou Stadium as its home stadium and shared it with their local rival Dalian Shide as well as signing a more experienced manager Chang Woe-Ryong who had previously succeeded in the Chinese Super League Qingdao Jonoon.[5] The club initially struggled in the league and the club brought in Aleksandar Stanojević as the head coach.[6] By July 11, 2012 Dalian Aerbin would bring in a marquee player in Mali international Seydou Keita who departed on a free transfer from Barcelona F.C. to ensure their stay within the league.[7] Stanojevć managed the club successfully and Dalian Aerbin F.C. was actually the "champion" in the 2nd half of the league. The club finally ranked 5th in 2012.

On 30 November 2012, Aerbin Group acquired the local rival Dalian Shide F.C. by taking on responsibility of their 330 million RMB debt.[8] In hopes of bringing in a harmonious merger of the two teams, former Dalian Shide manager Xu Hong was brought in for the start of the 2013 Chinese Super League. However after only 63 days in charge he had to resign after the Chinese Football Association found that he manipulated a match while as a manager at Sichuan Guancheng and was given a 5 year suspension from all football activity, which forced Li Ming to start the season as their caretaker manager.[9]

Current squad[edit]

As of 14 march 2015 [10]

First team[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 Zhang Chong
2 China DF Wang Wanpeng
3 Sweden DF Niklas Backman
5 China DF Zou You
6 China MF Zhu Xiaogang
8 China MF Zhu Ting
9 Sweden FW Mathias Ranégie
10 China MF Chen Tao (captain)
11 Brazil FW Bruno Meneghel
12 China FW Zhao Xuebin
15 China MF Jin Qiang
17 China MF Zhang Hui
18 China FW Wang Jinxian
19 China GK Yu Ziqian
No. Position Player
20 China MF Du Yuxin
21 China MF Liu Yingchen
22 China FW Duan Yunzi
23 China GK Chen Junlin
25 China DF Wang Qianshuo
26 China MF Cui Ming'an
27 China DF Shan Pengfei
29 China MF Sun Bo
30 China DF Han Xuegeng
31 China DF Wang Yaopeng
32 China DF Eddy François
33 China MF Sun Guowen
44 China FW Xie Hui
45 China DF Dong Yanfeng

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
43 China MF Song Xiaoyu
46 China FW Yan Peng
47 China MF Dong Honglin
48 China GK Liu Yipeng
49 China FW Yang Fangzhi
50 China DF Li Zhen
No. Position Player
51 China MF Wang Tianci
52 China DF Fu Yuncheng
53 China MF Zhou Chenye
54 China DF Cheng Rui
59 China MF Li Yuqiu
60 China GK Zhang Zhenqiang

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
China DF Ji Zhengyu (at Hunan Billows)
China FW Nan Yunqi (at Dalian Transcendence)

Coaching staff[edit]

Head coach Sweden Mikael Stahre
Assistant coach Serbia Vanja Radinović
China Cheng Jun
China Shi Lei
Fitness coach France Fabien Bossuet
Goalkeeper coach China Han Wenhai
Reserve coach China Li Guoxu
Team physician South Korea Kwon Hyuck-Jun
China Li Hengjun
China Wang Zhong
U17 Team coach China Guo Hui
U15 Team coach France Serge Romano
China Qi Xiaoguang
China Yang Dexin
U13 Team coach China Liu Yujian
China Wang Zhaochen

Professional club managers[edit]

As of 9 January 2015 [11][12]
Managers Period
China Chi Shangbin Jan 1, 2009–Dec 31, 2010
China Sun Xianlu 2010
Bulgaria Aleksandar Stankov June 2010–Dec 11
South Korea Chang Woe-Ryong Jan 1, 2012–April 3, 2012
Serbia Aleksandar Stanojević April 4, 2012–Nov 9, 2012
China Xu Hong Dec 11, 2012–Feb 18, 2013
China Li Ming (interim) Feb 18, 2013–June 5, 2013
Bosnia and Herzegovina Simo Krunić June 3, 2013–Dec 5, 2013
China Ma Lin Nov 5, 2013–May 28, 2014
Japan Yasuharu Kurata May 30, 2014–Dec 19, 2014
Sweden Mikael Stahre January 5, 2015–

Results[edit]

All-time League Rankings

Year Div Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Pos. FA Cup Super Cup AFC Att./G Stadium
2010 3 21 14 3 4 37 14 +23 34 1 W NH DNQ - Dalian University Stadium
2011 2 26 16 6 4 45 20 +25 54 W R2 DNQ - Dalian University Stadium
2012 1 30 11 11 8 51 46 +5 45 5 R4 DNQ - 15,774 Jinzhou Stadium
2013 1 30 11 8 11 40 43 -3 41 5 QF DNQ - 10,538 Jinzhou Stadium
2014 1 30 6 11 13 32 45 -13 29 15 R3 DNQ - 10,993 Dalian Sports Center
  • ^1 in group stage

Key

Honours[edit]

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CSL 2012". soccerway.com. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "大连阿尔滨俱乐部简介:成就梦想 造历史豪门". sports.qq.com. 2011-03-23. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "大连阿尔滨2010战绩:决赛不败 绝对优势冲甲". sports.qq.com. 2011-03-23. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  4. ^ "China League One 2011". soccerway.com. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  5. ^ "大连阿尔滨挖来张外龙 青岛中能接触图拔福拉多". ifeng.com. 8 Dec 2011. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  6. ^ "阿尔滨官方宣布新主帅 塞尔维亚欧冠名帅接手". sports.qq.com. 2012-04-04. Retrieved 19 March 2013. 
  7. ^ "Dalian Aerbin confirm Seydou Keita signing". goal.com. 2012-07-08. Retrieved 19 March 2013. 
  8. ^ "China’s most successful club on the brink of death? An in-depth background". wildeastfootball.net. January 21, 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2013. 
  9. ^ "徐弘独立离韩落寞离去 63天阿尔滨帅位生涯终结". sports.sohu.com. 20 Feb 2013. Retrieved 2013-03-19. 
  10. ^ 2015赛季中甲联赛大连阿尔滨队球员报名名单 (Chinese)
  11. ^ "Dalian Aerbin » Manager history". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 2015-01-09. 
  12. ^ "Dalian Aerbin Football Club". footballzz.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-01-09. 
  13. ^ "China - List of Champions". rsssf.com. 10 Oct 2013. Retrieved 24 January 2014. 
  14. ^ "大连阿尔滨". sodasoccer.com. Retrieved 24 January 2014. 

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