|Date of birth||August 2, 1979|
|Place of birth||Beijing, China|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2000||→ Changchun Yatai (loan)||19||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 5 November 2015.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 5 November 2013
Lu Bofei (simplified Chinese: 陆博飞; traditional Chinese: 陸博飛; pinyin: Lù Bófēi; born August 2, 1979) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays as a Midfielder for Jiangsu Sainty in the Chinese Super League.
Lu Bofei started his professional footballer career with Bayi Football Team in 1999, however he was loaned out to Changchun Yatai the following season to gain playing time. His loan was fairly successful and Lu Bofei played in 19 league games and scored 2 goals for Changchun Yatai. By the 2001 season Lu Bofei had established himself as regular member of the Bayi Football Team, however by 2003 Bayi had disbanded and Lu Bofei would move to Shenzhen Jianlibao. His move to Shenzhen Jianlibao (now known as Shenzhen Xiangxue Eisiti) was to prove extremely successful as Shenzhen Jianlibao won the China Super League with Lu Bofei playing a significant part in their success.
After a disappointing 2006 season which saw Shenzhen Jianlibao unable to build on their earlier success Lu Bofei moved to the newly promoted Wuhan Guanggu. His career at Wuhan Guanggu was to prove extremely disappointing as Lu Bofei was unable to establish himself as first choice regular and Wuhan Guanggu were controversially relegated then subsequently disbanded during the Chinese Super League 2008 league season after the clubs management did not accept the punishment given to them by the Chinese Football Association after a scuffle broke out during a league game against Beijing Guoan on September 27, 2008. This lead Lu Bofei to join top tier club Jiangsu Shuntian at the beginning of the 2009 season.
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