|Home Kit Colors||Red and Black|
|Away Kit Colors||White|
|Stadium||Pudong Football Stadium|
|League Titles Won||One|
|Link to Official Site||http://fcshanghaiport.com/sipg/|
Chinese Super League team Shanghai Port are based in the Pudong district of Shanghai. The club were established in 2005 and have changed their name for the 2022 season, having previously been known as Shanghai SIPG.
They play their home fixtures at the Pudong Football Stadium, which was built in 2020. It has a maximum capacity of 37,000 spectators.
The team predominantly play in a red and black home kit. Their away strip is white with a red trim.
Their current manager is Ivan Leko. The Croat has been in charge since January 2021 and led his team to a runners-up spot in his first season. Leko continues a sequence of European managerial appointments for Shanghai Port. Their previous managers have included Sven-Göran Eriksson, André Villas-Boas and Vítor Pereira.
Shanghai Port are one of the newest professional teams in Chinese football, having only been formed in December 2005 by former Chinese international Xu Genbao.
Their first season in professional football was in 2006 when they started in the third tier of the National League. After only their second season, they were promoted to the second division.
They quickly established themselves at a higher level and eventually won promotion to the Chinese Super League in 2012.
It didn’t take the players long to adapt to the competition and they finished as runners-up in 2015. They continued their push for a first title by finishing in the top three over the next two seasons.
After coming so close in the previous season, Shanghai Port finally won their first Super League title in 2018. The 27 goals scored by forward Wu Lei was vital to their success, and he finished as the league’s top scorer. The title marked an extraordinary rise for a club that had only been formed 12 years ago.