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Beijing Institute of Technology
Běijīng Lǐgōng Dàxué
北京理工大学
Full nameBeijing Institute of Technology Football Club
北京理工大学足球俱乐部
Nickname(s)Student Army (学生军)
Founded2000; 20 years ago
GroundBIT Eastern Athletic Field, Beijing
Capacity5,000
ChairmanLiu Qixiao (刘启孝)
ManagerAsier Eizaguirre
LeagueChina League Two
2019League Two, 20th

Beijing Institute of Technology Football Club (Simplified Chinese: 北京理工大学足球俱乐部) or simply BIT is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the China League Two division under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is based in Haidian, Beijing and their home stadium is the 5,000 capacity BIT Eastern Athletic Field. Their current majority shareholders are Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) and Joan Oliver who acquired a 29 percent stake on December 5, 2016.

The club was founded in 2000 by the Beijing Institute of Technology initially as a College football team where they experienced significant success by winning four Chinese Collegiate Championships before deciding to enter the 2006 league campaign at the bottom of the professional Chinese football league pyramid in the third tier. After winning the 2006 division championship the club would comply with the requirements of full professionalism by having their full-time students register as professionals, increase the player wages and gain sponsorship.

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History


College football

In 2000 Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), a co-educational public university established an amateur football team to participate in the Chinese University Football League (CUFL, Simplified Chinese: 中国大学生足球联赛) after they separated from high school football team Beijing Yicheng BTV Sangao.[1] The club would have an annual budget of 100,000 Yuan with financial support coming from school grants, donations and corporate sponsorship. The players were paid 400 Yuan a mouth as nominal allowance while continuing with their studies. The club's recruitment policy saw them particularly scout youth players wishing to continue their education, however Beijing Yicheng BTV Sangao would ultimately be the main source of their first roster.[2][3][4]

After making their debut in the 2001 Chinese Collegiate championship the club went on to win the 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2006 championships. With this success the team were invited by the Chinese Football Association to represent China in the 2003 Summer Universiade Games where they placed seventh. Professional coach Jin Zhiyang was initially brought in for the tournament, however once they championship ended he decided to stay on and publicly declared that this club should be participating within the Chinese national leagues.[5] After participating within the 2005 Summer Universiade Games BIT decided to participate at the bottom of the Chinese league pyramid in the third tier. In their debut season of the 2006 China League Two division their roster consisted of 30 players that had eight graduate students and 22 university students, a statistic that the club would proudly proclaim made them the best educated team in Chinese history.[1]

Professional football

On 2 November 2006 BIT beat Harbin Yiteng 3–0 to win the division championship and gained promotion to the second tier of Chinese football.[6] The promotion drew great attention in the nation, because it was the first time a team consisting of full-time college students won such a promotion. Concerns were raised regarding the impact that professional football will have on the students and whether a university should allow its sports team to participate in a professional league. The CFA would allow the club to participate within the league after giving them special dispensation despite failing to move to a 20,000 seater stadium required for all professional football teams within the league. The club would comply with the other requirements of professionalism when the owners had to register all the players as footballers rather than students and increased their wages to 1000 Yuan a mouth.[7] Sponsorship was required to help pay for running costs which had risen to 15 million Yuan a year. Their first sponsors were Beijing Huaqi Information Digital Technology Co., Ltd. who signed a two-year sponsorship contract worth 6 million Yuan over two years. With the new sponsor the club changed their name to Beijing Patriotic Students and finished the league campaign in 11th.[8]

In the 2008 league season Beijing Huaqi Information Digital Technology Co., Ltd. decided to change the club's name to Beijing Aigo to reflect their ownership of the Aigo brand. In the following season, the club signed a new one year sponsorship for 3 million Yuan, which changed the club's name to Beijing Guirenniao.[9] When this sponsorship ended at the beginning of the 2010 league season the club would be in a financial precarious situation that required the Beijing Sports Bureau to step in with a 400 million Yuan investment.[7] The departure of Cao Xiandong as coach further exasperated the situation and Zhang Ning was appointed to help the club avoid relegation. After avoiding relegation at the beginning of the 2011 league season the club were able to regain a sponsorship contract with sports manufacturer 361 ° International Limited for 5.5 million Yuan, which resulted in a change of name to Beijing 361 ° Students. Throughout this the club have continued to further move into the realm of professionalism with the inclusion of professional foreign imports such as Dutch-born Raphael Maitimo. However the club still stuck to their Collegiate roots by competing within the 2011 Summer Universiade and even 2015 Summer Universiade games despite the exclusions of many of their fully professional players as well as the significant shift of ownership with Xinyuan Real Estate becoming their second largest shareholder on 9 April 2015.[10]

On December 5, 2016 Joan Oliver, the owner of Spanish club CF Reus, acquired a 29 percent stake in the club along with former president of FC Barcelona Joan Laporta.[11] The deal would make them the first ever direct foreign owners of a Chinese club.[12] Joan Oliver, in his first press conference as owner of Beijing BIT, announced a permanent separation between the club's University team and professional team.[13]

Name history


Current squad


As of 12 July 2019 [14]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK Yan Xiangshan
6 MF Jin Dichuanqi
7 FW Li Sichen
8 MF Wang Zhengyin
9 MF Huang Yi
10 MF Lu Chenghe
19 MF Geng Junyi
21 GK Wang Wei
22 MF Liu Zijie
24 MF Yang Yucheng
28 MF Li Gonghao
30 MF Luo Yimin
No. Position Player
31 MF Sun Jiale
32 GK Fu Jingyu
34 DF Zhang Kaixiang
35 DF Guo Mengjie
36 DF Guo Mengyuan
37 MF Li Xiangyu
38 DF Zhu Hongsen
39 MF Zhen Jingbo
41 MF Wang Jian
42 FW Chen Jidong
43 DF Liu Lei

Reserve squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
5 DF Wang Wei
11 MF Chen Zixuan
23 GK Pang Ke
33 FW Wang Minjie
35 MF Zhang Yang
36 DF Fan Bo
37 DF Jiang Xianjie
38 DF Zhang Jizhou
39 MF Gou Xuanrui
No. Position Player
41 DF Wang Meng
42 GK Guan Anda
44 MF Xiong Jingwen
46 MF Zhang Guohao
47 DF Zhai Mingxuan
48 MF Zhu Lingfeng
49 MF Shen Yan
50 MF Li Kunyao
51 MF Li Jialong

Coaching staff


Position Staff
Head coach Javier Aguelades
Assistant coach Yuan Wei
Assistant coach Jaime Delgado
Goalkeeping coach Roman Ryabov
Fitness coach David Jovell

Source: sina.com

Honours


2006
2001/02, 2002/03. 2003/04, 2005/06, 2010/11, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15

Results


All-time CUFL League Rankings

Season 00/01 01/02 02/03 03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13 13/14 14/15 15/16 16/17 17/18 18/19
Position 3 1 1 1 4 1 41 3 7 -2 1 -2 13 13 13 13 -2 3 1

All-time Professional League Rankings

Year Div Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Pos. FA Cup Super Cup AFC Att./G Stadium
2006 3 21 12 8 1 45 13 32 35 1 1 DNQ DNQ DNQ BIT Eastern Athletic Field
2007 2 24 5 7 12 27 40 −13 22 11 NH DNQ DNQ
2008 2 24 7 7 10 27 39 −12 28 7 NH DNQ DNQ
2009 2 24 7 7 10 29 33 −4 28 8 NH DNQ DNQ
2010 2 24 4 6 14 22 40 −18 18 12 NH DNQ DNQ
2011 2 26 5 9 12 15 33 −18 24 13 R1 DNQ DNQ
2012 2 30 8 8 14 27 41 −14 32 14 R2 DNQ DNQ 1,491
2013 2 30 10 5 15 32 42 −10 35 9 R2 DNQ DNQ 1,792
2014 2 30 11 4 15 46 57 −11 37 9 R3 DNQ DNQ 1,637
2015 2 30 8 5 17 40 64 −24 29 15 R2 DNQ DNQ 1,749
2016 3 20 5 7 8 19 29 -10 22 15 R1 DNQ DNQ 748
2017 3 24 6 8 10 30 33 -3 26 15 R1 DNQ DNQ 582
2018 3 28 9 3 16 44 59 -9 30 21 R2 DNQ DNQ 343
2019 3 30 9 3 18 36 61 -25 30 1 20 R2 DNQ DNQ

Key

See also


References


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  9. ^ "China 2009" . rsssf.com. 2010-04-23. Retrieved 2015-08-25.
  10. ^ "鑫苑成北理工第二大股东 将冠名学生军三年" . sports.sina.com.cn. 2015-04-09. Retrieved 2015-08-26.
  11. ^ "Joan Oliver: "Estamos intentando hacer ahora en China lo mismo que hacemos en el Reus"" . diarimes.com. 2016-12-05. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
  12. ^ "La antigua directiva del Barça 'compra' un club en China junto a Joan Laporta" . elespanol.com. 2017-04-07. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
  13. ^ "Spanish soccer club buys stake in Chinese university club" . china.org.cn. 2017-04-11. Retrieved 2017-05-23.
  14. ^ 2018中乙俱乐部报名表 Archived 2018-03-28 at the Wayback Machine fa.org.cn 2018-03-27 Retrieved 2018-03-28
  15. ^ a b "China – List of Champions" . rsssf.com. 20 March 2014. Retrieved 2014-08-25.
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