NameBeijing Guoan Football Club
Home Kit ColorsGreen
Away Kit ColorsWhite
StadiumBeijing Workers’ Stadium
Stadium Capacity63,095
ManagerXie Feng
League Titles WonSix (one Chinese Super League title)
Link to Official Site

Beijing Guoan Information

Beijing Guoan Football Club are a Chinese Super League team based in the Chaoyang District of Beijing.  

They play their home games at the Beijing Workers’ Stadium, which can hold up to 63,095 spectators. The stadium was originally built in 1959 and has been Beijing’s current home since 2009. They made the return to the stadium after it went through a period of renovation for the 2008 Olympic Games.

These Chinese Super League players are famous for wearing a mainly green home kit with a yellow trim. Their current away kit is predominantly white with green detailing.

Their current head coach is Xie Feng, who was appointed in January 2022 after Slaven Bilić stepped down from the role. Feng has previously managed the team in a caretaker capacity and also represented the club as a player. His only previous managerial experience came at Hebei China Fortune, where he managed between May 2019 and March 2021.

Their club anthem, which was composed in 1995, became the first club song in Chinese football history.

Beijing Guoan History

Beijing Guoan were formed in 1957 by the local sports committee and were originally known as Beijing Football Club.

They became a fully professional club on December 29, 1992, making them one of the earliest teams in mainland China to turn professional.

Since their formation, the team have been able to establish themselves as one of the most successful teams in Chinese football, winning the Jia-A National League title five times. The only time they have been relegated in their history was in 1988, but they made a quick return to the top flight in 1990.

They have won the Chinese FA Cup five times, winning it for the first time in 1985. Their most recent success was in 2018 when they defeated Shandong Luneng Taishan over two legs.

Beijing Guoan were members of the inaugural Chinese Super League when it was launched in 2004. Since then, the club remains as only one of four teams to have never been relegated from the division. They have won the Super League on one occasion, in 2009.