Ningbo Huaao

Ningbo Huaao
Full name Ningbo Huaao Football Club
Founded 2006
Ground Ningbo Fubang Stadium
Ningbo, China
(Capacity: 14,000)
Chairman China Tan Xiaodong
Manager China Lu Yiliang
League Chinese Yi League
2007 5th, Southern Group
Home colours
Away colours

Ningbo Huaao Football Club (Simplified Chinese: 宁波华奥足球俱乐部) is a Chinese football club based in Ningbo, Zhejiang who play in the Ningbo Fubang Stadium in the Chinese Football Association Yi League. Starting in 2006 the club entered the at bottom of the Chinese football league pyramid where in their debt season they would qualify for the play-offs, yet were knocked out in the quarter-finals. In their attempt to win promotion they would merge with fellow third team football club Suzhou Trips in 2010.



All-Time League rankings

Season 2006 2007 2008 2009
Division 3 3 3 3
Position 41 51 71 61

Current squad

As of 8 May 2009

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

No. Position Player
1 China GK Jiang Wenhu
2 China Chen Weiming
3 China Zhang Kai
4 China Shi Yubin
9 China George Dalman
5 China Wang Hengcheng
6 China Li Cheng
7 China Zhao Zichun
8 China Yu Xiaobo
9 China Li Yongkui
10 China Wang Jiajie
11 China Zhao Chen
12 China Han Yuhui
13 China Zhang Xinpeng
14 China Cao Hanzhi
No. Position Player
15 China Li Feng
16 China Song Junjie
17 China Jiang Weiliang
18 China Zhu Wenyuan
19 China Zhu Weiyi
20 China Eddy François
21 China GK Gao Shuchun
22 China Xu Jianfeng
23 China Sun Bin
24 China Wang Wuru
25 China Lei Ruichang
26 China Dai Chuan
27 China Su Guangqing
28 China Meng Lingzhong

See also


External links

  • [1] Team profile at Official FA website

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