1887 Shanghai FC [founded in Nov] 1951 Beijing Guoan Shanghai Greenland Shenhua Tianjin Teda [founded as Tianjin FC] 1953 Liaoning Whowin [founded as Liaoning FC] 1954 Guangzhou Evergrande [founded as Guangzhou Football Team] Wuhan Optics Valley [founded as Wuhan FC; disbanded 2008] 1955 Yanbian Baekdu (Longjing) [founded as Jilin FC] 1956 Shandong Luneng Taishan (Ji'nan) 1958 Jiangsu Guoxin Shuntian (Nanjing) Henan Jianye (Zhengzhou) 1986 Guangzhou R&F [founded as Shenyang Huayang] 1988 Harbin Yiteng [founded as Dalian Tielu] 1989 Shanghai Baosteel [disbanded 1999] 1990 Qingdao Jonoon 1992 Guizhou Zhicheng 1994 Shenzhen Ruby Jingtie Locomotive (Tianjin) 1995 Guizhou Renhe (Guiyang) 1996 Chengdu Tiancheng Blades Changchun Yatai 1998 Hangzhou Greentown Qingdao Sunrise 1999 Shenyang Dongjin [founded as Jining Dranix] 2000 Beijing 361 Degrees [founded as Beijing Institute of Technology FC] Chongqing Lifan [founded as Wuhan Qianwei] 2001 Shijiazhuang Yongchang [founded as Xiamen Dongyuhang] 2002 Jiangxi Liansheng (Nanchang) 2003 Shanghai Shenxin Shanghai Pudong Zebon [founded as Shangai Jiucheng; disbanded 2012] 2004 Beijing Baxy United Hunan Xiangtao (Yiyang,Changsha) [founded as Hunan Xiangjun] 2005 Shanghai SIPG Qingdao Haisha 2006 Tianjin Songjiang Sichuan FC Vanguard Hubei Police Academy FC (Wuhan) Xinjiang Ticai 2007 Guangdong Sunray Cave Nanjing Baotai 2009 Shenyang Zhongze [founded as Tianjin Runyulong] Dalian Aerbin Wuhan Zall 2010 Hebei Zhongji Chongqing FC [disbanded 2013] Xinjiang Xiju 2011 Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard [founded as Hubei Huakaier] Shijazhuang Yongchang Qinghai Senke (Xining) 2012 Kunming Ruilong (Dali) Meixian Hakka [founded as Dongguan Nancheng] Shenzhen Fengpeng 2013 Qingdao Hainiu
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