Results

Hiina 2. divisjon 11/22 06:00 14 Hebei Kungfu v Shanghai Jiading Huilong L 4-1
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/17 06:00 13 Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao L 1-3
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/13 06:00 12 Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Qingdao Youth Island L 1-3
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/08 06:00 11 Shanxi Longjin v Shanghai Jiading Huilong D 0-0
Hiina 2. divisjon 11/03 06:00 10 [5] Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Qingdao Manatee [1] L 1-3
Hiina 2. divisjon 10/29 06:00 9 [6] Xiamen Ludao v Shanghai Jiading Huilong [5] D 0-0
Hiina 2. divisjon 10/25 06:00 8 Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Dongguan Guanlian D 1-1
Hiina 2. divisjon 09/28 07:00 7 [4] Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Hebei Kungfu [2] L 0-1
Hiina 2. divisjon 09/23 07:00 6 [3] Guangxi Pingguo Haliao v Shanghai Jiading Huilong [4] D 0-0
Hiina 2. divisjon 09/20 07:00 5 Qingdao Youth Island v Shanghai Jiading Huilong D 1-1
Hiina 2. divisjon 09/14 07:00 4 [2] Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Shanxi Longjin [3] D 1-1
Hiina 2. divisjon 09/11 07:00 3 [1] Qingdao Manatee v Shanghai Jiading Huilong [2] L 1-0

Statistika

 TotalKodusVõõrsil
Matches played 30 14 16
Wins 11 5 6
Draws 9 3 6
Losses 10 6 4
Goals for 31 13 18
Goals against 30 16 14
Clean sheets 11 4 7
Failed to score 11 4 7

Shanghai Jiading Huilong F.C. is a Chinese professional football club that participates in the China League Two division under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is based in Jiading, Shanghai. They are among the most successful amateur football clubs in the country. In 2014, they reached the final rounds of the East Region amateur championship, while also winning their local league championship that year. The Jiading City Sports Center is their home ground. The Jiading City Development Group is the title sponsor of the first team.

History

The club was founded in 2009 as Shanghai Boji F.C. In 2013, they changed their name to Shanghai Jiading Boo King F.C. In 2015 the club qualified for the first round of the Chinese FA Cup, losing on penalties to Qingdao Kunpeng after a 0–0 draw.

In 2017, they changed their English name to Shanghai Jiading Boji F.C. In 2019 Chinese FA Cup, the team entered the fifth round by overpowering professional clubs Yanbian Beiguo, Zhejiang Yiteng and Beijing BSU, becoming the only amateur club left in the cup. Also in the same year, they finished 5th in the 2019 Chinese Champions League and gained promotion to China League Two for the first time in club history after beating Xi'an Daxing Chongde in the promotion/relegation play-offs.

In January 2021, they changed their name to Shanghai Jiading Huilong F.C.