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Established
1958 (63 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Nanjing Olympic Center
(61,443 Capacity)

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Location
Nanking, Jiangsu, China PR

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Jiangsu Football Club (Chinese: 江苏足球俱乐部) was a professional football club that participated in the Chinese Super League under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team was based in Nanjing, Jiangsu, and their home stadium was the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre which has a seating capacity of 61,443. Their owners were Suning Appliance Group (Chinese: 苏宁电器集团有限公司), a sister company of Suning.com; the name Suning derives from Sū, a nickname for Jiangsu province, and Níng, a nickname for Nanjing (from its old name Jiāngníng).

The team was founded in 1958 as Jiangsu Provincial Team while the current professional football club was established in March 1994. They were one of the founding members of the first fully professional top-tier league in China participating in the 1994 Chinese Jia-A League season; however, they faced relegation in that campaign. They have since gone on to win promotion back into the top tier at the end of the 2008 league season and achieved their best ever league position when they finished champions in the 2020 league season.

According to Forbes, Jiangsu are the fourth wealthiest football team in China, with a team value of $144 million, and an estimated revenue of $36 million in 2015.

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Trent
Sainsbury
#4


Benjamin
Moukandjo
#8


Gianluca
Zambrotta



Fabio
Capello




Ramires



Hong
Jeong-Ho
#26

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

The Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre (Chinese: 南京奥林匹克体育中心) is used mostly for association football and also for athletics. It is located in Nanjing Hexi New City, covers an area of 89.6 hectares, with a total construction area of about 401,000 square meters.

As the main venue for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics and for the 2005 National Games of China, the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre, Jiangsu Province, the largest since the founding of the social utility projects, is also a period of 15 construction projects in Jiangsu, one of large-scale government investment. The 4 billion yuan RMB Olympic standard complex was designed by International Sports Architecture practice HOK Sport (now Populous).

The Olympic Park includes a 61,443 seat multi-use stadium (Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre Stadium), 13,000 seat gymnasium, 4,000 seat FINA standard Aquatic complex, 4,000 seat Tennis Center, 23,000 square meter Information Technology Center, and various recreational sports fields.

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