What On Earth Is Going On In The Chinese Super League?

3 mrt. 2021
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A few days ago, Jiangsu Suning announced that they were ceasing all operations of both their men's and women's football teams.
Jiangsu are the reigning Chinese Super League champions, and their demise has sparked questions as to whether China's remarkably lucrative state-sponsored soccer league could be a bubble that's about to burst.
So in this brief documentary, HITC Sevens takes a look at the relationship between China's president Xi Jinping, the country's footballing finances that extend to Serie A and the Premier League, their bold plans, and whether it is all about to come crashing down in the CSL.

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  • I heard all this stuff about China scaling back on football about 5 years ago ....it never happened! 😕

    stephen smartstephen smart5 uur geleden
  • it’s 2050 china won the world cup they beat America and everything is a little bit darker since you have to have a passport to play recreational ball kick god i miss the old days !!!

    Alfred BottombattaockAlfred Bottombattaock7 uur geleden
  • jesus christ, the way you speak is so disorienting and stupid, please take elocution lessons

    bruh bruhbruh bruh11 uur geleden
  • China has been heavily investing in esports, specifically league of legends. Their efforts there have payed off, I imagine while this isn’t the biggest factor, it is where some china’s investment has gone instead of football now as they’ve had two world champions in 3 years. The process to improve the Chinese league of legends scene started in a similar matter as they did in football with the “great Korean exodus” where they bought dozens of top Koreans players contracts and offered high salaries to come over

    jeankof moralesjeankof morales12 uur geleden
  • MLS and their strategies, although many don't agree with them, are proving to be far better for the log run when comparing to other newer leagues like the CSL.

    Matt HargestMatt Hargest15 uur geleden
  • As with football, so it is with 100metres spring. 24-year-old Chinese sprinter has become China's fastest man, as he dashed to a 9.97-second winning mark in the men's 100-meter event

    Broderick GuntherBroderick Gunther18 uur geleden
  • 300, 000, 000 young boys playing football. All you need is a 22 man squad - yeah I think they can do it. They are doing a similar thing with the Olympic 100metre sprint. 24-year-old Chinese sprinter Xie Zhenye has become China's fastest man, as he dashed to a 9.97-second winning mark in the men's 100-meter event

    Broderick GuntherBroderick Gunther18 uur geleden
  • 10:18 That's a Gaelic football Xi is kicking, a completely different sport to the one being talked about in the video. But there aren't any pictures of him playing soccer, so it's usage is understandable.

    No NameNo NameDag geleden
  • 1.5 Billion human being in China, and they can't form a good team of 11 players .. same goes to India .. what a shame.

    KLD ALMKLD ALM2 dagen geleden
  • we'll all be suggested this video in 2050, see u then if China be world champions

    Not MainManMané hthNot MainManMané hth2 dagen geleden
  • Sorry, what??? China have dominated Olympic football??? Since when??? Come on Alfie, sort it out.

    Ní Síocháin Gan SaoirseNí Síocháin Gan Saoirse3 dagen geleden
  • How the hell does a communism nation employ footballers on vastly inflated wages??? Capitalism and communism don't play nicely together...

    Ní Síocháin Gan SaoirseNí Síocháin Gan Saoirse3 dagen geleden
  • These HITC SEVENS productions are pretty entertaining but the narrator needs to not let his voice trail off to near inaudible at the end of his sentences. It's particularly hard for American ears.

    James MakoJames Mako3 dagen geleden
  • Check whats happening in the world. China supports alot of weird stuff and now its slowly degrading. They are failing in USA too with Biden (P)residency. Its all falling down

    Side EffectsSide Effects4 dagen geleden
  • Find it amusing that China are significantly inferior to Australia at an international level, bearing in mind that soccer is a minor professional sport in Australia where it is domestically dominated by Australian Rules Football and Rugby League. How can a country with a small 25 million population, that really doesn’t give a rat’s arse about soccer, dominate China on the biggest stages? Actually all of Asia must be rubbish at soccer if Australia can win the Asia Cup (2015) and routinely qualify for the World Cup Finals from its tiny base.

    Alfredo RicciardoAlfredo Ricciardo4 dagen geleden
  • Man, I live in Jiangsu, used to leave down the street from the stadium. I was so happy when we won the title, but now, no team, bummer

    David AlexanderDavid Alexander4 dagen geleden
  • That moment when Iceland has scored more goals in the World Cup than China

    MörðurMörður4 dagen geleden
  • Of course China thinks their Super League is an "emerging power" in football. That's what China does.

    Bob BobersonBob Boberson5 dagen geleden
  • Like USA's soccer NASL in 80s

    Fabio Artos CassoneFabio Artos Cassone5 dagen geleden
  • Just like everything in China... Big claims and poor quality.

    R.MageddonR.Mageddon5 dagen geleden
  • Please stop mumbling the last word of the sentence. You do that in almost every sentence in the whole video.

    CalvinCalvin5 dagen geleden
  • 0:24 Inter Mala

    CalvinCalvin5 dagen geleden
  • You need to turn the amount of adverts down. 9 adverts in 18 mins..... that's the most I've seen in a video before

    Paul LeachPaul Leach5 dagen geleden
  • America has it's faults but so many countries don't have access to drugs or weed. Glad I wasn't born in China. All those cameras around....you'd be murdered by the Government just for some bud! Ridiculouslessly stupid.

    Eric JohnsonEric Johnson5 dagen geleden
  • The Chinese Super League is the NASL of the 70's.

    Vu NguyenVu Nguyen6 dagen geleden
  • They should learn from the USA. Americans create their own sports that nobody else plays (besides basketball) and then call themselves world champions.

    Marc S.Marc S.6 dagen geleden
  • WhT you mean that league that paid the highest wages on earth despite having no one in the least bit interested in it has gone bust?

    TruckerTrucker7 dagen geleden
    • I'm shocked!

      partlycurrentpartlycurrent6 dagen geleden
  • I took no interest in soccer at all. but YT was thinking I love football / soccer. I don't know why.

    HAIHUA CHENHAIHUA CHEN7 dagen geleden
  • Watching this from Beijing, vpn. Honestly it’s the big European clubs that Chinese kids follow.

    Rue SmaleRue Smale7 dagen geleden
  • Chinese should do away with football.

    AngKionGAngKionG8 dagen geleden
  • I've said it many times that English football fans need to be seriously careful what they wish for when these Chinese and Middle East Billionaires come trying to buy the football club.

    JS2000JS20008 dagen geleden
  • 10.47 that’s a Gaelic ball not a (English) football. Doesn’t matter I know, just saying

    AORourkeAORourke8 dagen geleden
  • Chinese culture just does not like football enough for it to be a passion or higher importance in Chinese society. Hence why the underperformence. It has got nothing to do with population but culture. Most Chinese parents will encourage their children to study hard rather then getting them to pursue a career in football. Football is just not in high regard within the Chinese culture and mindset.

    Andy FAndy F9 dagen geleden
  • Oh My Goal's next video: What the hell happened to Alfie from HITC Sevens?!

    Panos OTPanos OT10 dagen geleden
  • This is a rally interesting story. Many countries have a strong popular interest but can't seem to get their act together. China, Indonesia and India are three massive countries with very poor national football teams.

    just mejust me10 dagen geleden
  • Everything that COMMUNIST china does is Corrupt and Rotten

    joe 90joe 9010 dagen geleden
    • Yes because that's so different in the CAPITALIST Uefa and Fifa :D you clown :D

      partlycurrentpartlycurrent6 dagen geleden
  • F**k China and their tyrannical government. Couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch of murderers. There are so many here in the States that defend them constantly, especially our "new" administration. Any informed thinker sees through the Beijing smog. Well, at least we don't have suicide nets on our buildings ... yet.

    Scottie BScottie B12 dagen geleden
  • Chinese Super League lower than championship (English 2 div) Chinese Second Messi or Ronaldo= all bulsht China with football: 90% of the country is thinking China is better than India Well.. that 3 is True..

    KEVINKEVIN12 dagen geleden
  • Last video

    Marlon Basti SebastianMarlon Basti Sebastian13 dagen geleden
  • The Winnie the Pooh president! I wonder what Ior is doing nowadays

    Jos VESJos VES14 dagen geleden
  • Oh god, seeing the evil Winnie The Pooh is nauseating. Also, I am disappointed PP TV broadcasts just football match instead of... y'know... PP

    Antonius TyaswidyonoAntonius Tyaswidyono16 dagen geleden
  • Basically got no passion in football, they got passion in betting on football😂😂😂

    Jon PaulJon Paul16 dagen geleden
  • china is being put under sanctions in the near future theres a reason for that in 2013 they abolished 1 child policy. this is ur time. as sanctions sink in folks must boycott china also forcing the modernization of china not hardware software rather. boycott china

    jonny begoodjonny begood17 dagen geleden
  • If there is one thing you make fun of in China and the whole nation will follow, is Chinese soccer.

    Yuwen TYuwen T17 dagen geleden
  • muy bueno..Carlos Estévez bajo su rendimiento en chinas!!!

    Alejandro EsquivelAlejandro Esquivel17 dagen geleden
  • I bet TEXIERA is glad he joing Chinese league instead of LIVERPOOL he only could of won a PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SUPER CUP FIFA WORLD CLUB CUP But I think he'd rather win the Chinese league 😂😂😂

    G SQUADRONG SQUADRON18 dagen geleden
  • I never think of China as anything positive, Greed, Corruption, Murder, Diseases and oh that old favorite Communism.

    Shane KelleyShane Kelley20 dagen geleden
  • As a Chinese football fan... this is just the same old 😂 we're so unfazed by it. It's the reason why many of us prefer to support foreign club teams than pay much attention to the CSL, because it's such a joke

    Dialectics JunkieDialectics Junkie21 dag geleden
  • A club from my country made an agreement with the Chinese government to remodel its stadium, the Chinese would put 80 million dollars for that. One of the things that stadium would have would be a government office. What I think is that they want to take youth players to China, continue training them there and that they play there to keep the league alive.

    El mesías del golEl mesías del gol21 dag geleden
  • @10:18 you used a picture of Irish ☘️ Gaelic Football not soft English football 🙃

    Marty GMarty G21 dag geleden
  • You know a video will be good when it has Paulinho on the thumbnail. I think it would be better if Hulk was there, but he’s at Atletico Mineiro now(I think)

    Holt ModyHolt Mody22 dagen geleden
  • TALKING ABOUT kidnaps the daugther of HUWAEI CEO is still arrested....

    Only FactsOnly Facts22 dagen geleden
  • Plastic league melts ...

    gingerginger22 dagen geleden
  • Oh My Goal in a few weeks: “What the hell happened to Alfie from HITC Sevens!?”

    Danknight _Danknight _25 dagen geleden
  • Bruh this is probably bad, but I'd be coo with having Xi Xi Ping as my president if we could have the same plan issued

    Jacob MezaJacob Meza25 dagen geleden
  • everyone in china team had corona virus and close the the club

    Standin ValentineStandin Valentine25 dagen geleden
  • China league is like that one MMORPG dude, crazy stats crazy armor crazy items pay to win but noob as hell to the point it just garbage.

    TheShareeve7TheShareeve727 dagen geleden
  • xi jinping is not a dictator

    SebastianSebastian29 dagen geleden
  • Wow so China invented football, interesting

    Eric Rerrud11Eric Rerrud1129 dagen geleden
    • @partlycurrent You agree. That's good.

      Davis MDavis M6 dagen geleden
    • @Davis M sure thing buddy

      partlycurrentpartlycurrent6 dagen geleden
    • @partlycurrent No it's not, it's a dumbed-down version of it. No one thinks of anything other than 11 vs 11 and 90 minute games with offside rule, yellow/red cards & throw ins/corners when they think of football. There's a reason why when you played with your friends as a kid in the school yard it finished 32 - 17. Because there was no offside rule. There's a lot more to football than simply trying to kick a ball in a net. And there's a reason why no one gives a shit about 5-a-side.

      Davis MDavis M6 dagen geleden
    • @Davis M "Football is defined as 11 players on each side, 90 minute games/45 minute halves, offside rule, yellow/red cards, throw ins/corner kicks etc etc" not really mate. If you play 2v2 on one goal without halftimes and cards it's still football.

      partlycurrentpartlycurrent6 dagen geleden
    • @Eric Rerrud11 It's not a matter of opinion. The English were playing a type of football game throughout the middle ages, long before they had any contact with China. The game of football started to take shape in the 16th century, in Cambridge. Over time, rules were added, until they were codified in 1863: 'Cambridge Rules' - look it up. It's entirely possible that different cultures around the world had their own ballgame traditions, which is absolutely the case. But just because China MAY have had a kickball game before anyone else (there's no evidence which proves this), that doesn't mean the heritage of the game we know today called football lies in China. And you still haven't provided any evidence the creation of the English game of football was influenced by the Chinese game, which, by the time the English had contact with China, was virtually extinct.

      Davis MDavis M8 dagen geleden
  • At 10:17 Xi is pictured kicking a Gaelic football in Ireland and not a soccer ball. Boy I really hope somebody got fired for that blunder.

    Colum CounihanColum Counihan29 dagen geleden
  • Well it’s China the govt sucks leave it to communism to suck

    Rusty Wooden spoonRusty Wooden spoon29 dagen geleden
  • *What a derogatory video and narration! This video deserves to go into the garbage heap!*

    s cs cMaand geleden
  • Pointless league

    ficke deineficke deineMaand geleden
  • Basketball, Table Tennis and even badminton are more popular in China than football (soccer). Is it true?

    JONATAN BARRANGJONATAN BARRANGMaand geleden
  • I remembered the CSL fans said that the Their league is better than the MLS. MLS is producing top talent, while CSL was buying has-beens.

    SergioSkywalker _SergioSkywalker _Maand geleden
  • The Chinese Super League is nothing but a retirement home for professional players. Not surprised things are changing over there. I do think it could be worrying for Chinese owned football teams like Wolverhampton Wanderers.

    Macho FantasticoMacho FantasticoMaand geleden
  • Also relevant to mention that inter players have not had their wages paid for several months now. Other teams were relegated to the lowest levels for much less financial struggle

    Federico di GiulioFederico di GiulioMaand geleden
  • O{

    mkdalwaimkdalwaiMaand geleden
  • Football is the best reflection of a country and its culture. All the shocking things have happened with Chinese football over the years are the exact mirror of what the country is like. It's not shocking at all.

    Tim LiuTim LiuMaand geleden
  • Meanwhile in America the game is getting more and more popular by the year. Some clubs already have fan bases the size of some Euro premier leagues.

    Ploke Newo78Ploke Newo78Maand geleden
    • Cool story bro...

      jimkhana007jimkhana0076 dagen geleden
  • The Chairman lost interest in his Football project. That's it.

    sld1776sld1776Maand geleden
  • I will watch this space alright, just to see if you're still uploading .

    Daniel EseDaniel EseMaand geleden
  • good to see that a lot of foreigners talking about Chinese football~though it is shit~ahh~

    DaneDaneMaand geleden
  • No Shaolin soccer jokes? This seems like the perfect time!

    Luis PradoLuis PradoMaand geleden
  • This video sucks!!! It is not specify anything but revealing some kind of bitterness towards China at different points. Jesus Christ!!! This is probably his worst video. All the others have a broader scope and are left to the viewers to conclude whatever which way they want, this is a joke 😅😅

    Walter AragoneseWalter AragoneseMaand geleden
  • So they wanted a Chinese national team that can qualify for every WC, but instead of investing in the local youth academies, they spent billions buying washed up players from Europe and South America. That is plainly stupid and obviously counter-productive to their original goal. It's not politics that is killing this sport; it's money (and corruption of course).

    xkumanekoxxkumanekoxMaand geleden
  • who knows hitc sevens may be bombed by the c-i-n-s-

    Peter HelmorePeter HelmoreMaand geleden
  • Why would anyone want to go to China ? Obviously people chase money but imagine living in a place where literally within a mile there are concentration camps, organ harvesting..... no human rights and absolutely horrendous animals cruelty like boiling, skinning and beating dogs cats that are alive to death because their stupid traditions think it makes them taste better 🤮🤮🤮🤮 what a disgusting place to live !

    MrPmc1983 McMentalMrPmc1983 McMentalMaand geleden
  • the Aztecs and the people before them played Football over 10,000 years ago.

    CarlvlCarlvlMaand geleden
  • Ccp bots are out in full force in the comment section

    Generic GuyGeneric GuyMaand geleden
  • When professional players wants to go and take an expensive shit...china is their destination.

    Batyngshain MajawBatyngshain MajawMaand geleden
  • Always know this !! Brazilian players flop at 29 and once you got them in the Chinese league you just accelerated that decline. At my if you disagree or get triggered by my statement. Yes it’s true all players decline getting older but Brazilian players notoriously decline fast as their greatest players all declined real fast!!!

    Fredy MendezFredy MendezMaand geleden
  • 10:45 The honey bear is playing Gaelic football.

    jamlove2020jamlove2020Maand geleden
  • When your citizens can’t afford to attend a football match or do not have the time because of their ridiculous working schedules what do you expect. Improve the lives of your citizens and then maybe frivolous ventures such as this might stand a chance

    - uju -- uju -Maand geleden
  • 5:57 haha and one of the worst as well hahahs so sad at this size xD shit as fuck

    Bernhard SonnBernhard SonnMaand geleden
  • 3:52😂😂 good one

    Bernhard SonnBernhard SonnMaand geleden
  • Nice

    Bernhard SonnBernhard SonnMaand geleden
  • It stills baffles me that 4 of the most populated nations have shit football management. USA is filled with sooo many talents but the country literally doesn't care about the sport even tho that sport could literally generate more income than Rugby or Basketball could ever imagine. India and China, both have billion of people, yet not even 11 of at least decent players. Indonesia, the country loves football so much, but not in a right way, they simply love football, without actually knowing football.

    OofOofMaand geleden
  • Suning boss also owns Inter Milan, god helps Inter

    keiming227keiming227Maand geleden
  • Wow you really went for it, it was good till it lasted 👍 wish you luck!

    Ayush ApoorvaAyush ApoorvaMaand geleden
  • China or Britain didn’t invent football England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 did us English have the best league and football in the world no one will ever came close Spanish can keep trying mind 👍🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

    Mark WebsterMark WebsterMaand geleden
    • Best league still no match for Bayarn munich, Barcelona, Real Madrid, serie Clubs.....most expensive league with most average overrated national team....can't defeat a 0.3 M country Iceland, 4 M Croatia

      DANIEL PHILANDERDANIEL PHILANDER4 dagen geleden
  • Keep doing this solid research. You're not going to be silenced by Winnie the Pooh anyway. If he does tho, you're going to have an even better video update! Cheers mate!

    HARRIS LAMHARRIS LAMMaand geleden
  • Hehehe... all you fucks that doubted the MLS.

    Furtive PygmyFurtive PygmyMaand geleden
  • Chinese league exist South american players: And i took that personally

    Villains Never dieVillains Never dieMaand geleden
  • This was a surprisingly deep video , love to see it

    Theo.JT98Theo.JT98Maand geleden
  • And they wanted to remove salary caps from the MLS too soon.

    sars covsars covMaand geleden
    • ​@Francis Nwadike what's happening in China happened to the NASL, of New York Cosmos, because there were no salary caps. They got to increase the salary cap slowly as the sport gets more popular in America.

      sars covsars covMaand geleden
    • It will be good for them

      Francis NwadikeFrancis NwadikeMaand geleden
  • china lied about everything

    Raw JNRaw JNMaand geleden
  • imagine if a chinese football player is better than messi and ronaldo

    Pål AndreasPål AndreasMaand geleden
  • Basically it is a fate league! If they are so good, why can't they go into Asian CL?? Don't understand why those international foreigner players drop their standard because of the BIG MONEY! AT the end what do they get??

    Glenn Chua. Hian BengGlenn Chua. Hian BengMaand geleden
  • Xin Jinping is not a dictator you idiot. Every study conducted by Western institutions over decades acknowledge the fact that a vast part of the population support the CPC and recently a Harvard study found that 95% of Chinese people support the central government.

    Laurent VimeneyLaurent VimeneyMaand geleden
    • ​@Dr. Gaz Matic "Who else could they vote for?" - we weren't talking about that but fine : why would they need to vote for another party when the CPC is the party of the people/workers? - The CPC has the legitimacy to having fought Japan, kicked out the foreigners, united China and increased immensely the standards of living of the population - China is a socialist, proletarian state with a proletarian party : why would workers vote for capitalists? "It has one party rule and punishes you for criticizing them" - Chinese people criticise their government everyday but I guess you don't follow Chinese forums much - hell they even talk about the Tiananmen events of 1989 and recommend people watch the famous documentary "The Gate of Heavenly Peace" - you only are punished if you threaten to topple the government.....just like everywhere else "I bet you can't say fk the ccp. I can say fk Trump and fk biden anytime I want" - that's your litmus test for declaring which country is democratic and which country isn't? - what a poor grasp on how the world really works

      Laurent VimeneyLaurent VimeneyMaand geleden
    • Who else could they vote for? Lol 😆 It has one party rule and punishes you for criticizing them. I bet you can't say fk the ccp. I can say fk Trump and fk biden anytime I want

      Dr. Gaz MaticDr. Gaz MaticMaand geleden
    • @Roe Jorgan And why is that ? Do you realize how far the Chinese have come since 1949 ? And since all this massive improvement of their standards of living happened under the leadership of the CPC why is it not good that Chinese support the CPC ? What's the problem with a people's/workers' party supported by the people/workers?

      Laurent VimeneyLaurent VimeneyMaand geleden
    • And that's no good

      Roe JorganRoe JorganMaand geleden
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