Yanbian Funde F.C.

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Yanbian Fude
Yánbiān Fùdé
延边富德
Yanbian Changbaishan logo.png
Full name Yanbian Football Club
延边富德足球俱乐部
Nickname(s) Baekdu Tiger
Short name YFC
Founded 1955; 63 years ago (1955) as Jilin FC
1994 (Professional)
Ground Yanji Nationwide Fitness Centre Stadium, Yanji City
Ground Capacity 30,000
Chairman Gong Zhijie
Manager Park Tae-ha
League China League One
2017 Super League, 15th (relegated)
Website Club website
Current season

Yanbian FC (simplified Chinese: 延边富德; traditional Chinese: 延邊富德; pinyin: Yánbiān Fùdé; Mandarin pronunciation: [jɛ̌n.pjɛ́n.fû tɤ̌]) is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the Chinese Super League division under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is based in Yanji, Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin province where their home stadium is the Yanji Nationwide Fitness Centre Stadium that has a seating capacity of 30,000. Their current major investors are the Yanbian Sports Bureau and life insurance company Funde Holdings Group.

The club's predecessor was originally called Jilin FC and they achieved one top tier domestic league title before 1994, when the club was reorganised to become a completely professional football unit. At the end of the 2000 league campaign the club was relegated from the top tier of Chinese football, however the club faced financial difficulties and sold the first team as well as the franchise to Zhejiang Lücheng. After the sale, the club assembled the reserve team and joined the third tier before they eventually gained promotion to the second tier in 2004.

History[edit]

In 1955 the local Jilin government sports body would form Jilin football club to take part in the recently expanded Chinese football league and built a team composed mostly of Koreans, taken from the large local Korean population.[1] After predominantly establishing themselves as a top tier side the club achieved their first piece of silverware when they went on to win the 1965 league title.[2] The Chinese Cultural Revolution unfortunately saw football in China halted and Jilin were unable to immediately defend their title until football returned in the 1973 league season where they finished seventh.[3] The following seasons would see the club struggle within the league and spend several short spells within the second tier until at the end of the 1988 league season saw the Chinese Football Association restructure the league, which not only saw the club relegated but to the third tier.[4]

After a brief period within the third tier the club would have a resurgence and win the 1990 division title as well as promotion back into the top division after coming second within the 1992 second tier and a guaranteed spot in China's first fully professional 1994 Chinese Jia-A League season.[5] To conform to full professionalism they were allowed to be sponsored by Samsung and changed their name to Jilin Samsung Football Club. The club's foray into professionalism would see them gradually establish themselves within the division under the management of Li Huen.[6] With a foundation to build on former South Korean Head coach Choi Eun-taek was brought into the team at the beginning of the 1997 league season and he immediately guided them to become title contenders with a fourth-place finish at the end of the season.[7] Unfortunately the team were unable to build upon their previous seasons results and Choi Eun-taek left the club, which saw Gao Hui take over the team until the club experienced relegation in 2000. The demotion was taken exceptionally hard and the club had to sell their Chinese FA registration and entire first-team to Zhejiang Lücheng for 25 million Yuan. The following 2001 league campaign saw the club start at the bottom of the Chinese pyramid in the third tier with a team assembled from their former reserve squad. After taking time to gell the team would eventually come second within the 2004 season and win promotion into the second tier.[8]

On February 18, 2013 The Chinese FA issued the club with a three-point deduction and a fine of CNY500,000 for accepting a bribe from Guangzhou Pharmaceutical F.C. to lose their June 3, 2006 eleventh round league game.[9] The clubs officials would attempt to appeal the decision, but failed after the game in question had already seen Guangzhou fined and relegated for their involvement three years earlier in China's long running battle against match-fixing.[10] The clubs manager at the time Gao Hui was already found to be guilty of facilitating the match-fixing and was given a three-year prison sentence on February 18, 2012.[11]

Yanbian Baekdu Tigers changed their name to Yanbian Changbaishan on 8 February 2014.[12] On the field the club struggled throughout the whole of the 2014 league season and finished 16th within the league, in the relegation zone. On 31 January 2015 second tier club Shaanxi Wuzhou unexpectedly failed to register for the 2015 league season due to wage arrears and was dissolved as a football club, which allowed Yanbian to remain within the division.[13] With this reprieve insurance company Funde Holdings became interested in sponsoring the team and on 26 June 2015 signed a four-year sponsorship deal worth CNY80 million (US$12.9 million) with the club.[14]

Name History[edit]

Period Club Name First Team Name
1955–1957 Jilin FC Jilin
1957–1958 Changchun FC Changchun
1959–1987 Jilin FC Jilin
1988 Jilin FC Yanji Blue Cat(Sponsor Name)
1989–1992 Jilin FC Yanbian University(Sponsor Name)
1993 Jilin FC Jilin Samsung(Sponsor Name)
1994 Yanbian FC Jilin Samsung(Sponsor Name)
1995–1996 Yanbian FC Yanbian Hyundai Motor(Sponsor Name)
1997–1998 Yanbian FC Yanbian Aodong(Sponsor Name)
1999–2000 Yanbian FC Jilin Aodong(Sponsor Name)
2001–2003 Yanbian FC Yanbian
2004 Yanbian FC Yanbian Century(Sponsor Name)
2005–2010 Yanbian FC Yanbian
2011–2013 Yanbian Baekdu Tiger FC Yanbian Baekdu Tiger
2014 Yanbian Baekdu FC Yanbian Quanyangquan(Sponsor Name)
2015 Yanbian Baekdu FC Yanbian Baekdu
2016– Yanbian FC[15] Yanbian Funde

Crest history[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 2 March 2018 [16]

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 Zhu Quan
2 China DF Jiang Weipeng
3 China DF Wang Peng
4 China DF Zhang Wei
5 China MF Li Haojie
6 China DF Pei Yuwen
7 China MF Han Guanghui
8 China FW Sun Jun
9 Cameroon FW Raphaël Messi Bouli
10 Brazil FW Jair
11 China MF Cui Ren
12 China DF Jiang Hongquan
13 China FW Jin Bo
14 China DF Li Long
15 China DF Han Qingsong
No. Position Player
16 China FW Wu Yongchun
17 China DF Piao Shihao
18 China MF Jin Chengjun
19 China MF Li Hao
20 China MF Cai Xinyu
21 China DF Wang Meng
22 China GK Yang Zhen
23 China MF Wen Xue
26 Hungary DF Richárd Guzmics
27 China DF Zhou Songtao
28 China MF Li Qiang
30 China DF Yin Changji
31 China GK Dong Jialin
33 China DF Zhang Hongkui
35 China MF Zheng Chunfeng

Reserve squad[edit]

As of 2 March 2018

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

No. Position Player
41 China FW Wen Huyi
42 China FW Gao Wanguo
43 China GK Zhang Weisheng
44 China MF Jin Cangri
45 China FW Hong Mingyi
46 China DF Shen Chengxian
47 China FW Jin Xuan
48 China MF Fang Kuimin
49 China DF Liu Jie
50 China DF Cai Qingxi
No. Position Player
51 China DF Ma Hongqi
52 China DF Jin Dongzhen
53 China DF Li Jinyu
54 China DF Pei Guoguang
55 China DF Jiang Feng
56 China DF Li Guanghui
57 China FW Wang Yu
58 China MF Sun Minghao
59 China FW Quan Hongjun
60 China DF Jin Zhengnan

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
South Korea MF Yoon Bit-garam (at Sangju Sangmu until 31 December 2019)

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head coach South Korea Park Tae-ha
Team leader China Li Dongzhe
Assistant coaches South Korea Choi Moon-Sik
China Wen Huyi
China Jin Qing
Goalkeepers coach South Korea Kim Sung-soo
Youth coach South Korea Wang Sun-jae

Source:Yanbian FC

Managerial history[edit]

Honours[edit]

All-time honours list including semi-professional Jilin FC period.[17][18]

League[edit]

Winners (1): 1965
Winners (1): 2015
Winners (1): 1990

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
1955 1 10 4 1 5 15 12 3 9 7  –  –  –
1956 1 6 2 1 3 8 10 −2 9 1 5 DNE  –  –
1957 1 20 8 3 9 31 41 −10 39 7 NH  –  –
1958 1 21 8 6 7 38 33 5 43 4 NH  –  –
1960 1 13 6 3 4 18 22 −4 4 2 4 R2  –  –
1961 1 17 6 5 6 22 22 0 6 2 8 NH  –  –
1962 1 19 9 4 6 28 28 0 11 2 5 NH  –  –
1963 1 16 6 7 3 13 5 8 10 2 15 NH  –  –
1964 2 2 NH  –  –
1965 1 11 7 2 2 16 10 6 16 1 NH  –  –
1973 1 24 8 2 14 31 35 −4 4 2 7 NH  –  –
1974 1 19 9 3 7 26 20 6 5 2 8 NH  –  –
1976 1 8 4 1 3 16 10 6 9 5 1 NH  –  –
1977 1 17 7 3 7 26 28 −2 2 2 18 NH  –  –
1978 2 42 26 6 10 70 34 36 58 3 NH  –  –
1979 1 30 5 10 15 16 39 −23 20 15 NH  –  –
1980 2 30 12 10 8 36 34 2 34 5 NH  –  –
1981 2 30 22  – 8 44 3 NH  –  –
1982 1 30 13  – 17 36 64 −28 26 11 NH  –  –
1983 1 16 9  – 7 19 15 4 18 5 3 NH  –  –
1984 1  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  – R1  –  –
1985 1 15 1  – 14 −15 2 16 R1 DNQ DNQ
1986 2 15 1 2 3 2 1 2 4 2 4 2 0 2 5 2 2 DNQ DNQ DNQ
1987 2 20 7 5 8 26 28 −2 19 7 NH DNQ DNQ
1988 1 20 5 7 8 18 23 −5 22 15 NH DNQ DNQ
1989 3 4 NH DNQ DNQ
1990 3 3 2 1 2 2 2 0 2 4 2 3 2 1 2 5 2 1 DNQ DNQ DNQ
1991 2 17 5 9 3 21 16 5 20 4 DNQ DNQ DNQ
1992 2 16 6 7 3 25 19 6 6 2 2 4 R1 DNQ DNQ
1993 2 9 3 2/1 3 10 8 2 4 2 4 NH DNQ DNQ
1994 1 22 6 7 9 25 31 −6 19 10 NH DNQ DNQ 21,818
1995 1 22 6 9 7 24 29 −5 27 7 R1 DNQ DNQ 27,818
1996 1 22 4 8 10 20 30 −10 20 10 R1 DNQ DNQ 25,545
1997 1 22 8 5 9 23 23 0 29 4 R1 DNQ DNQ 33,000
1998 1 26 9 4 13 25 31 −6 31 11 R1 DNQ DNQ 27,538
1999 1 26 8 9 9 27 40 −13 33 8 R3 DNQ DNQ 26,692 Yanji People's Stadium
2000 1 26 4 5 17 20 45 −25 17 14 R2 DNQ DNQ 12,385
2001 3 7[21] DNQ DNQ DNQ
2002 3 5[22] DNQ DNQ DNQ
2003 3 13 6 5 2 16 6 10 19 1 3[23] R1 DNQ DNQ Yanji People's Stadium
2004 3 23 20 1 2 72 15 57 52 1 RU DNQ DNQ DNQ Yanji People's Stadium
2005 2 26 10 3 13 43 41 2 33 8 R1 DNQ DNQ Yanji People's Stadium
2006 2 24 8 5 11 28 22 6 29 8 R1 DNQ DNQ Hailanjiang Stadium
2007 2 24 9 6 9 36 35 1 33 6 NH DNQ DNQ Yanji People's Stadium
2008 2 24 8 4 12 32 39 −7 28 9 NH DNQ DNQ Yanji People's Stadium
2009 2 24 7 8 9 29 30 −1 29 6 NH DNQ DNQ Hailanjiang Stadium / Yanji People's Stadium
2010 2 24 12 4 8 30 21 9 40 3 NH DNQ DNQ Yanji People's Stadium
2011 2 26 8 6 12 30 36 −6 30 10 QF DNQ DNQ Yanji People's Stadium
2012 2 30 10 4 16 39 51 −12 34 13 R3 DNQ DNQ 5,372 Hailanjiang Stadium
2013 2 30 9 7 14 42 52 −10 31 5 11 R2 DNQ DNQ 4,846 Hailanjiang Stadium / Tumen Stadium
2014 2 30 3 9 18 29 45 −29 18 16 6 R4 DNQ DNQ 7,992 Hailanjiang Stadium / Yanji Nationwide Fitness Centre Stadium
2015 2 30 17 10 3 59 24 35 61 1 R3 DNQ DNQ 24,491 Yanji Nationwide Fitness Centre Stadium
2016 1 30 10 7 13 39 41 -2 37 9 R3 DNQ DNQ 19,305 Yanji Nationwide Fitness Centre Stadium
2017 1 30 5 7 18 32 64 -32 22 15 R3 DNQ DNQ 18,058 Yanji Nationwide Fitness Centre Stadium
2018 2 30 R3 DNQ DNQ Yanji Nationwide Fitness Centre Stadium

No league games in 1959, 1966–72, 1975; Jilin didn't compete in 1984

  • ^1 In group stage. ^2 In final group stage. ^3 In North League. *^3 ^4 Promoted to 1994 top tier. ^5 Retrospectively deducted 3 points for a match-fixing scandal in 2006. ^6 Guangdong Sunray Cave and Chengdu Tiancheng dissolved, so Yanbian could stay at second level..

Key

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries.

Yanbian F.C. period
Jilin F.C. period

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