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CSL 2011 fixtures finally announced

Much to the relief of all followers of Chinese domestic football, the Chinese Super League 2011 fixtures were finalized on Friday – a mere seven days before the season itself kicks off. Better late than never though. The opening ceremony will take place at newly-promoted Guangzhou’s home stadium next Saturday as they host Dalian. Before that though, there’s four games next Friday night, including Shanghai Shenhua v Qingdao at Hongkou Stadium.

Below you can check our fixture database – every game, every team of the entire 2011 season. Just type the name of your team of choice into the search box and all games not involving your selection will be filtered out. Click on the arrows for more data – only 8 games at a time are shown by default, but you can change that also.

A few words of warning – the exact date and stadium of some fixtures have yet to be confirmed. This database wont be updated, so if you fancy checking out your local Chinese Super League team, confirm the details on the club’s website before heading to any game, or get a Chinese-speaking friend to do so for you. Odd and unexpected fixture alterations at short notice are commonplace in China.

RankPlayerLeague CupsTotal goals
1Xie Hui432164
2Fan Zhiyi401151
3Saul Martinez361450
4Giovanni Moreno35540
5Qi Hong241034
6Shen Si24933
7Qu Shengqing26531
8Zhang Yuning211031
9Demba Ba20929
10Marcelo Sergipano191029
11Duvier Riascos24125
12Yu Tao16824
13Wu Chengying20222
14Zoran Ranković21021
15Gao Lin14620
16Cao Yunding13417
17Hamilton Ricard14216
18Jorg Albertz13316
19Liu Jun14115
20Obafemi Martins9615
21Sun Xiang13114
22Paulo Henrique12214
23Du Wei12214
24Luis Alfredo Ramírez13013
25Jiang Kun12113

Source: Sports 163

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