Beijing Guoan F.C.

Beijing Guoan F.C.

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Beijing Guoan Football Club (Simplified Chinese: 北京国安 is part of CITIC Group (China International Trust and Investment Corporation). Their current home stadium is Workers Stadium and the Fengtai stadium for less popular games. The current head coach is Jaime Pacheco and the club's general manager is Li Xiaoming. In 2010, Guoan finished a disappointing 5th place and, thus, missed out on an Asian Champions League spot.

Beijing Guoan is one of the most noticeable Chinese football clubs with a significant holding by the Chinese government or its subsidiaries. Not only that its main source of investment since its inception, the CITIC Guoan Group, is a government-owned corporation, governmental departments such as the Beijing Sports Bureau has on several occasions made significant investment into the club, the most recent being for 20 million RMB, announced in January 2009.


Beijing Guoan Football Club was formed on December 31, 1992, as a result of the Chinese football reform. The club was set up by the CITIC Guoan Group and the Beijing Municipal Sports Committee. In 2003, the club signed an endorsement contract with Beijing Hyundai Motor Company and the adult men's football team of the club changed its name to Beijing Hyundai Motor Football Team. The contract ended in early 2006 and the team's original name was restored.

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