Results

Hiina – play-off'id 12/30 06:30 14 Beijing Institute v Qingdao Youth Island W 6-7
Hiina – play-off'id 12/26 06:30 14 Qingdao Youth Island v Beijing Institute D 0-0
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/21 06:00 14 Xiamen Ludao v Qingdao Youth Island D 0-0
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/18 06:00 13 [4] Qingdao Youth Island v Dongguan Guanlian [8] L 1-2
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/13 06:00 12 Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Qingdao Youth Island W 1-3
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/08 06:00 11 Qingdao Youth Island v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao - CANC
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/04 06:00 10 [3] Qingdao Youth Island v Shanxi Longjin [7] D 1-1
Hiina 2. divisjon 10/30 06:00 9 Qingdao Manatee v Qingdao Youth Island L 3-2
Hiina 2. divisjon 10/26 06:00 8 [3] Qingdao Youth Island v Hebei Kungfu [2] W 1-0
Hiina FA Cup 10/18 11:30 11 Shandong Taishan v Qingdao Youth Island L 3-0
Hiina FA Cup 10/13 07:30 10 Guangzhou FC v Qingdao Youth Island W 0-1
Hiina 2. divisjon 09/28 07:00 7 [5] Qingdao Youth Island v Xiamen Ludao [6] W 4-0

Statistika

 TotalKodusVõõrsil
Matches played 33 16 17
Wins 15 8 7
Draws 11 6 5
Losses 7 2 5
Goals for 49 27 22
Goals against 30 13 17
Clean sheets 14 7 7
Failed to score 9 3 6

Qingdao Youth Island Football Club (Chinese: 青岛青春岛足球俱乐部) is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the China League Two. The team is based in Qingdao, Shandong.

History

Qingdao Kangtaiyuan F.C. was founded in 2007 by Qingdao Kangtine Commercial Concrete Co., Ltd. as a company football team for their employees. The club would initially participate in local amateur and futsal tournaments until the 2011 league season when they participated in the Qingdao Football Association Cup and were knocked out in the last sixteen. The following season they joined the Chinese football league pyramid in the second tier of the Qingdao League or seventh tier overall.

In 2017, after a third place finish in Qingdao City League, they changed their English name to Qingdao Kangtine and participated in China Amateur Football League for the first time. They advanced to the national play-offs after finishing first in their group but was eliminated by Qinghai Zhuangbo in the first round.

In 2018, they were crowned champions of the Qingdao City League, and participated the rebranded Chinese Champions League again. However, they were eliminated by Taizhou Yuanda in the regional group stage play-offs and failed to advance to the national play-offs.

In 2019, they changed their name to Qingdao Zhongchuang Hengtai, and in their third attempt at the highest level of amateur football league, they were eliminated, once again, by Shandong Wangyue in the group stage play-offs, but were later admitted into the national stage after the withdrawal of Huizhou Huixin from it. They eventually achieved the 8th rank and was admitted into China League Two for the first time in its history. They also won the Qingdao League, Cup and Super Cup that year.

In January 2021, they changed their name to Qingdao Youth Island.