When China’s premier football competition, the Chinese Super League (CSL), kicks off on April 20 many things will be different on and off the pitch, notwithstanding the changed league format in which games will be played in two bio-secure ‘bubbles’ in Suzhou and Guangzhou due to the ongoing pandemic.
After five months of delay, the Chinese Super League (CSL) resumed on July 25 in two Chinese cities, Suzhou and Dalian.
China has decided to call off several tennis competitions that are scheduled in October and November in various Chinese cities in 2020.
The Chinese Football Association (CFA) announced its plan to start the 2020 Chinese Super League (CSL) games on July 25.
Chinese Super League 2019 Weekly: Matchweek 20.
Chinese Super League 2019 Weekly: Matchweek 19
The modern form of Chinese top flight football, the Chinese Super League, was officially founded in 2004 in an attempt to rebrand the country’s premier football competition.