NameWuhan Three Towns
Home Kit ColorsBlue
Away Kit ColorsWhite
StadiumHankou Cultural Sports Centre
Stadium Capacity20,000
ManagerPedro Morilla
League Titles WonNone
Link to Official SiteN/A

Wuhan Three Towns Information

Wuhan Three Towns are a club who play in the Chinese Super League. The club came into existence in 2016 and are one of the youngest clubs in the Chinese Super League. They play all of their home games at the Hankou Cultural Sports Centre, which has a capacity of 20,000. The club are owned by Shangwen, which is a real estate company. It runs the club with the Wuhan Football Association.

The team are led by Pedro Morilla. The Spaniard has had a varied managerial past, but seems to have found a home at Wuhan Three Towns. Morilla has had previously unsuccessful spells at clubs such as Granada and Granada B. In July 2021, Morilla was appointed as caretaker boss and was awarded the job on a permanent basis in December 2021 after overseeing a run of 14 straight victories that helped guide Wuhan Three Towns into the top flight. 

Wuhan Three Towns History

Since their formation in 2016, Wuhan have enjoyed a meteoric rise up the Chinese football pyramid, having started out in the country’s bottom tier. This season will be their first in China’s top flight. The side will be full of confidence, having won China’s first division by a margin of four points last season. 

As one of the smallest clubs in the league, many expect Wuhan Three Towns to struggle this year, and much hope will rest on the shoulders of Brazilian forward Ademilson. Last season, he scored 11 goals in 24 appearances, and fans of Wuhan Three Towns will be hoping that he can fire them to safety this season. Another player to keep an eye on is Marcão. Marcão has scored 11 goals in 19 appearances and has formed a formidable partnership with Ademilson.

Fans of Wuhan Three Towns will have a fixture to look out for, as this season they will experience a derby game against Wuhan FC. Both Chinese Super League teams will be battling it out for local bragging rights.