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Football News: The Chinese Super League football market is booming in the 2023 season, and the three-town shareholding reform plan has not yet been implemented

Football News: The Chinese Super League football market will be hot in the 2023 season and the three-town shareholding reform plan has not yet been implemented. SportsTalk reported on December 25 that the Chinese Super League football market will be hot in the 2023 season, but the shareholding reform continues to be tepid. This season, the Chinese Super League is a hot market, with a total of 8 games in the first round.

SportsTalk December 25 According to the “Football News” report, the Chinese Super League football market is booming in the 2023 season, but the share reform continues to be cold.

In the previous 2019 season, the average attendance of the Chinese Super League was 23,314. In addition, the total attendance in 2020 was 25,645, 198,288 in 2021, and 208,090 in 2022. In other words, the number of spectators in the first round of 2023 is close to Full-year totals for 2021 and 2022.

Guoan is a traditional strong team. After the opening of the new workers’ sports stadium, the number of spectators became the highest this year. In the 23rd round of the league, the “Beijing-Shanghai Battle” between Guoan and Shenhua, the official number of attendees was 52,500. In addition, Chengdu Phoenix Mountain Football Stadium is very popular. With the home and away games fully restored, it is expected that the football market will be hot. Many clubs hope to rely on the football market to improve their operating conditions. For example, in Chengdu, the official fan merchandise store set up at the entrance of the home stadium has people queuing up to buy it basically every weekend; the Henan Club has also started live broadcasting to sell merchandise since last season.

After the ebb of Jinyuan Football, many clubs encountered operating difficulties and carried out shareholding reforms. In the first wave of shareholding reform, Cangzhou, Taishan and Henan were at the forefront, but their situations after the shareholding reform were different. Taishan’s development has been relatively stable; Henan has also experienced high growth for a period of time; Cangzhou has been in trouble due to relevant leadership changes, which has not yet been resolved. From the current point of view, there are only a handful of clubs in the Chinese Super League that do not owe wages at all. It is very rare for Henan’s secondary shareholding reform to go smoothly; in contrast, the three towns that have just pursued shareholding reform have not yet entered the implementation plan stage.

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