2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
16-4-3, 1st in Chinese Super League
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70dMichael Church

CSL: Oscar goal keeps Shanghai SIPG top

Oscar's close-range tap-in ensured Shanghai SIPG remained in top spot with a 1-1 draw against second-placed Shandong Luneng on Tuesday.

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105dReuters

China ban player for year for wearing necklace

China defender Wang Shenchao will miss the Asian Cup next January after being handed a 12-month ban by the Chinese Football Association (CFA) for we

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156dMichael Church

CSL: SIPG winning run ended; Evergrande held

The draw was the first time SIPG have dropped points this season after six straight wins, but coach Vitor Pereira appeared unconcerned.

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160dAustralian Associated Press

Victory hand SIPG first ACL defeat

Melbourne Victory's youngsters put on a show, beating Shanghai SIPG 2-1 in the Asian Champions League.

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162dAAP

Victory to unleash young guns on SIPG

Shanghai SIPG have brought a pair of stars but Melbourne Victory are still likely to play the kids in their inconsequential ACL clash on Wednesday.

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179dMichael Church

Shanghai SIPG maintain perfect start in CSL

Shanghai SIPG maintained their perfect start to the 2018 Chinese Super League campaign on Friday with a 2-1 win over Chongqing Lifan.

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217dAustralian Associated Press

Oscar stars as Shanghai SIPG thrash Victory

Melbourne Victory have been outgunned in their Asian Champions League encounter with Shanghai SIPG, losing 4-1 to the Chinese giants.

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219dAAP

Victory looking to subdue SIPG's star trio

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat has pledged to have a go at Shanghai SIPG in their AFC Champions League clash on Tuesday night.

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224dMichael Church

SIPG, Tianjin win ACL openers

Chinese Super League sides Shanghai SIPG and Tianjin Quanjian made winning starts to their Asian Champions League campaigns on Tuesday evening.

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238dMichael Church

Chinese duo into ACL group phase

Chinese Super League duo Tianjin Quanjian and Shanghai SIPG secured their places in the group phase of the Asian Champions League.

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266dMichael Church

Hulk backing new SIPG coach Pereira

Brazilian striker Hulk is confident new Shanghai SIPG coach Vitor Pereira can lead the club to their first piece of silverware when the CSL kicks off.

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287dMichael Church

Pereira replaces AVB at Shanghai SIPG

Shanghai SIPG have appointed Vitor Pereira to replace Andre Villas-Boas as coach after the 49-year-old Portuguese was unveiled at a Tuesday ceremony.

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299dMichael Church

AVB leaves Shanghai; Manzano extends

Shanghai SIPG have confirmed Andre Villas-Boas has left the club, announcing the Portuguese coach's departure on social media on Thursday.

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303dMichael Church

Shanghai Shenhua claim Chinese FA Cup

Shanghai Shenhua won the Chinese FA Cup for the first time in 19 years on Sunday evening behind goals from Cao Yunding and Obafemi Martins.

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310dMichael Church

SIPG can still win Chinese FA Cup - AVB

Martins scored from close range to give Wu Jingui's side the advantage against Villas-Boas and his expensively-assembled side.

RankingsChinese Super League

Goal Difference351st
Goals Scored58Tied-1st
Assists431st
Goals Conceded231st