Results

China - Divizia 1 12/21 06:30 34 Suzhou Dongwu v Sichuan Jiuniu L 1-2
China - Divizia 1 12/18 11:30 33 [15] Beijing Sport - Universitate FC v Suzhou Dongwu [13] W 2-3
China - Divizia 1 12/15 11:30 32 [5] Nantong Zhiyun v Suzhou Dongwu [13] L 3-1
China - Divizia 1 12/11 06:30 31 [13] Suzhou Dongwu v Shaanxi Athletic [6] D 0-0
China - Divizia 1 12/07 11:30 30 [9] Sichuan Jiuniu v Suzhou Dongwu [12] D 0-0
China - Divizia 1 12/04 11:30 29 [13] Suzhou Dongwu v Beijing Sport - Universitate FC [16] D 2-2
China - Divizia 1 11/30 11:30 28 [13] Suzhou Dongwu v Nantong Zhiyun [5] L 0-1
China - Divizia 1 11/27 11:30 27 [8] Shaanxi Athletic v Suzhou Dongwu [12] L 3-0
China - Divizia 1 10/03 11:35 26 [12] Suzhou Dongwu v Meizhou Hakka [1] L 1-3
China - Divizia 1 09/29 11:35 25 [4] Zhejiang Greentown v Suzhou Dongwu [12] L 3-0
China - Divizia 1 09/24 08:00 24 [12] Nanjing Fengfan v Suzhou Dongwu [11] L 2-1
China - Divizia 1 09/20 11:35 23 [5] Suzhou Dongwu v Jiangxi Liansheng [5] L 1-2

Statistici

 TotalGazdeOaspeti
Matches played 35 18 17
Wins 7 3 4
Draws 11 7 4
Losses 17 8 9
Goals for 36 16 20
Goals against 54 24 30
Clean sheets 6 3 3
Failed to score 11 6 5

Wikipedia - Suzhou Dongwu F.C.

Suzhou Dongwu Football Club (Chinese: 苏州东吴) is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the China League One division under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is based in Suzhou, Jiangsu and their home stadium is the 30,000 seat Kunshan Stadium.

History

The club was established as an amateur club named Suzhou Jinfu F.C. (Simplified Chinese: 苏州锦富) On 29 May 2008. They are among the most successful amateur football clubs in the country, which have won China Amateur Football League in 2012 and, after changing their name to Suzhou Dongwu, again in 2015–––the latter of which would earn them promotion to 2016 China League Two. At the beginning of the 2018 league season the club would change the team's crest and colours from yellow to red with black stripes.

In the 2019 China League Two season the club finished fourth and despite this not being enough to gain promotion, China League One side Sichuan Longfor disbanded due to financial problems and Suzhou were promoted to the 2020 China League One.