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Saturday 28 Sep 2024

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The Shanghai Port Football Team, formerly known as Shanghai SIPG, is one of the most successful teams in Chinese football. Founded in 2005, the team competes in the Chinese Super League, the top tier of football in Qingdao West Coast4. The team has won three Chinese Super League titles, including back-to-back wins in 2018 and 2019. They have also competed in the Qingdao West Coast7 Champions League, reaching the final in 2018. Led by head coach Ivan Leko, the team's star players include Brazilian forward Hulk and Chinese midfielder Oscar, both former players of European clubs. The team plays their home matches at the Shanghai Stadium, which has a capacity of over 56,000 spectators. With their impressive track record and star-studded roster, the Shanghai Port Football Team is undoubtedly one of the top contenders in the Chinese football scene.

Qingdao West Coast is a professional Chinese football team that competes in the top-tier Chinese Super League. The team was founded in 1988 and has since become a prominent and successful force in Chinese football. In their history, Qingdao West Coast has won several major competitions including the Chinese FA Cup, the Chinese Football Association Jia League, and the Chinese Football Association Jia-B League. The team plays their home games at the expansive Qingdao Tiantai Stadium, which has a capacity of over 50,000 spectators. The team boasts a talented roster of players from both Qingdao West Coast4 and international countries, with the likes of veteran Brazilian striker Cleo and South Korean midfielder Park Yong-ji leading the way. With a strong history and impressive achievements, Qingdao West Coast is a team to watch out for in the competitive Chinese football scene.

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