China Super League Betting Odds Comparison

Super League Table
1. Shanghai East Asia22145355 - 2447
2. Guangzhou Evergrande22143555 - 2545
3. Beijing Guoan22136354 - 3545
4. Shandong Luneng22125538 - 2741
5. Jiangsu Shuntian2298529 - 2135
6. Hebei Zhongji2279635 - 3330
7. Changchun Yatai2285935 - 3629
8. Guangzhou R&F22841041 - 4528
9. Guizhou Renhe2277825 - 3228
10. Tianjin Songjiang2276927 - 3327
11. Shanghai Shenhua2276931 - 4027
12. Tianjin Teda22751029 - 3526
13. Dalian Aerbin22751026 - 4126
14. Chongqing Lifan22551227 - 3720
15. Henan Jianye22541317 - 3619
16. Guizhou Zhicheng22331626 - 5012

The Chinese Football Association Super League, to give it its full title, is the top tier of domestic football in China and has seen huge growth in the past few years. We’ve got betting tips, live betting odds and more to help you bet on this competition and whilst we won’t make too many bold predictions about Chinese football, one thing’s for sure: it’s only going to get better.

The league was rebranded in 2004 with the catchier name of the Super League and it consists, as of 2014, of 16 sides, having expanded from the original 12. With two sides being relegated each year most of the sides are in the mix at one at one end of the table or the other for much of the season and along with some big foreign imports this helps make the China Super League both exciting to watch and great to bet on.

The best-supported clubs are Guangzhou Evergrande, who won the title in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and Beijing Guoan, with both teams having attendances that average around the 40,000 mark.

The season in China runs from February/March until November/December, meaning games throughout the European summer. This makes betting on the Super League a great option when the English Premier League and other top divisions are in the off-season.

Our live betting odds comparison for the China Super League means that whichever side you want to bet on, you can easily and quickly find the best available betting odds. So, if you’ve never checked out Chinese football and don’t know your Shenzhen Ruby from your Shanghai Shenhua (who Didier Drogba used to play for), why not give it a try?

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