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China League One
The Chinese Football Association China League, also known as China League One or Chinese Jia League, is the second division of Chinese clubs. Above the first league is the Chinese Super League.
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Before the founding of the Chinese Super league, the Jia League was known as the Jia B League. The two then highest levels of the Chinese football league were known as Jia A League and Jia B League. Jia A was renamed CSL and Jia B was renamed in 2004 to the current Jia League. Below the Jia League is the Yi League, which follows the Naming Convention for Chinese Heavenly Tribes.
Currently there are 16 teams playing once at home and once away. At the end of each season, the two best teams will be promoted to the CSL and the two lowest ranked CSL teams will be relegated to the China League One. The two best teams in the China League Two are promoted and replace the two lowest teams in the China League One.
Stadiums: China plays in different stages of the country and has no fixed home stadium.
Established in 1959, the workers' stadium in the Chaoyang district of northeast Beijing is the best known. Its capacity is 66,161 and it covers a land area of 350,000 square meters. It is used for international matches as well as the China Super League, the Beijing Guoan and the national team. However, China also plays in other stages of the country. The Tuodong Stadium in Kunming City has a capacity of 40,000 spectators and has been used in previous World Cup campaigns in 2010 and 2014. The Hangzhou Yellow Dragon Sports Center served as China's main stadium for the 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers and Shaanxi Province Stadium in Xi'an as Team Dragon's main stadium for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers.
Previously, Wulihe Stadium in Shenyang was the basis for China's historic 2002 FIFA World Cup, during which China qualified for a World Cup.
In smaller tournaments like the EAFF E-1 Football Championship, the Chongqing Olympic Sports Center in Chongqing and the Wuhan Sports Center Stadium in Wuhan, Team Dragon served as the home ground. The recent China Cup also represents the Guangxi Sports Center in Nanning as the main stadium of the team.
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