Shanghai Guohua Life

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Shanghai Guohua Life Women's Volleyball Team (simplified Chinese: 上海国华人寿女排; traditional Chinese: 上海國華人壽女排; pinyin: shàng hǎi guó huá rén shòu nǚ pái) is a Chinese professional women's volleyball team based in Shanghai that plays in the Chinese Volleyball League. The team has altogether won five league titles. Their head coach is Zhang Limin.

Shanghai Guohua Life
上海国华人寿女排
Club Name Shanghai Guohua Life Women's Volleyball Team
Arena Luwan Sports Centre, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
Head Coach China Zhang Limin
League 361° Chinese Volleyball League
Position 2012-13 6th Decrease4

Team roster[edit]

Number Player Position Height (m) Birth date
1 China Wang Weiyi Libero 1.75 20/06/1996
2 China Gao Jialing Spiker 1.80 04/10/1993
3 China Lou Jialin Opposite 1.70 02/03/1992
4 China Gu Xinwei Opposite 1.81 22/05/1991
5 China Zhang Yichan Spiker 1.87 11/02/1991
6 China Zhu Huijing Middle Blocker 1.90 06/03/1988
7 China Qin Siyu Opposite 1.84 02/05/1994
8 China Zhang Lei Opposite 1.82 11/01/1985
9 China Yang Jie Spiker 1.94 01/03/1994
10 China Xu Jiujing Middle Blocker 1.87 13/07/1995
11 China Cui Ziting Middle Blocker 1.87 19/02/1996
12 Germany Margareta Kozuch Opposite 1.87 30/10/1986
13 China Li Mohua Spiker 1.88 21/03/1994
14 China Ji Xiaochen Setter 1.79 02/08/1994
15 China Ma Yunwen Middle Blocker 1.90 19/10/1986
16 China Bian Yuqian Captain sports.svg Setter 1.80 14/06/1990
17 China Chen Yina Spiker 1.80 21/09/1987
18 Croatia Senna Ušić-Jogunica Spiker 1.91 14/05/1986
19 China Xie Yue Spiker 1.87 25/06/1995
20 China Xi Xi Opposite/Spiker 1.88 14/03/1988

Career titles[edit]

Chinese Volleyball League

Season Champion Runner-up
2009-2010 Tianjin Shanghai
2008-2009 Tianjin Shanghai
2000-2001 Shanghai Bayi
1999-2000 Shanghai Jiangsu
1998-1999 Shanghai Zhejiang
1997-1998 Shanghai Jiangsu
1996-1997 Shanghai Jiangsu

AVC Club Championship

Year Host Champion Second Place Third Place Fourth Place
1999
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Thailand
Ubon Ratchathani
South Korea LG Caltex Oil Corp Thailand Aero Thai China Shanghai Cable TV Kazakhstan Alma Dinamo
2000
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China
Shaoxing
China Shanghai Cable TV Japan NEC Red Rockets China Zhejiang Nandu South Korea Hyundai Greenfox
2001
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Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
China Shanghai Cable TV Japan Hisamitsu Springs Thailand Aero Thai Kazakhstan Rahat CSKA
2002
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Thailand
Bangkok
Japan Hisamitsu Springs Thailand BEC World Kazakhstan Rahat Almaty China Shanghai Cable TV

Former players[edit]