Guangzhou Football Club, formerly known as Guangzhou Evergrande Football Club, is a professional Chinese football club that participates in the Chinese Super League under the license of the Chinese Football Association. The team is based in Guangzhou, Guangdong, and their home stadium is the Tianhe Stadium which has a seating capacity of 54,856.
Guangzhou Evergrande’s success led other tycoons to invest in teams to boost their profile with both the Chinese public and the government. This triggered an intensified “arms race” to ...
Team Guangzhou Evergrande represents China in the following competition: Chinese Super League, AFC Champions League Since 30.07.2021, the team played 5 games (4 wins, 1 losses, 0 drawn). Team statistics in the tournament Chinese Super League
Guangzhou Evergrande Stadium also referred to as Lotus Flower Stadium, is a new football stadium that is currently under construction in the city of Guangzhou, China. The project is developed by China Evergrande Group, an investment holding company that engages in the development, investment, and management of real estate properties.
Guangzhou reclaim Chinese Super League title. Guangzhou Evergrande clinched an eighth Chinese Super League title in nine seasons as Fabio Cannavaro's side beat Shanghai Shenhua 3-0.
Guangzhou Evergrande became so when the property giant took over the club known as Guangzhou Pharmaceutical in 2010, paying 100 million yuan to do so.
Founded 1954 Address 21/F, Talent Center, No.45 Tianhe Road 510075 Guangzhou (Canton) Country China PR Phone +86 (20) 8888 3333 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Evergrande purchased the then-second-tier Guangzhou club for 100 million RMB ($15.5 million) in 2010. Since, Guangzhou FC (as it was rebranded before the season) has been at the forefront of a boom in Chinese soccer spending a decade ago. Reports are that it loses between 1 to 2 billion RMB a year ($155 million to $310 million).
Evergrande's $1.7 billion Hong Kong headquarters' sale flops: Sources. Yuexiu, based in the southern city of Guangzhou, was close to sealing a deal in August to acquire the 26-storey China Evergrande Centre in Hong Kong's Wan Chai district that serves as Evergrande's local headquarters, said the sources. Reuters; Updated: October 16, 2021, 18 ...
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