Jiangsu Sainty

Jiangsu Sainty

Football club infobox
clubname = Jiangsu Sainty

fullname = Jiangsu Sainty Football Club
nickname = Sainty
founded = 1994
ground = Nanjing Olympic Sports Center, Nanjing
Jiangsu, China
capacity = 60,000
chairman = Flagicon|CHN Zhang Yudao 张玉道
manager = Flagicon|CHN Pei Encai 裴恩才
league = China Jia League
season = 2007
position = 3rd

Jiangsu Sainty (Simplified Chinese: 江苏舜天) is a Chinese football club currently playing in the China Jia League. This team has a tradition of purchasing bench players from China Super League giant Shandong Luneng


*-1993 Jiangsu Provincial Team 江苏省代表队
*1994-1995 Jiangsu Maint 江苏迈特
*1995 Jiangsu FC 江苏队
*1996-2000 Jiangsu Jiajia 江苏加佳
*2000- Jiangsu Sainty 江苏舜天

Home Stadium

Jiangsu Sainty has been playing its game at Nanjing Olympics Stadium since 2006 after it has played at Wutaishan Stadium for nearly 30 years. The Nanjing Olympics Stadium, which could hold 60,000 people, is the most capacious stadium in Nanjing city. It was completed in 2005 for 10th Chinese National Games. Nanjing Olympics Stadium is a big part of Nanjing Olympic Sports Center that located 7 kilometers southwest to Nanjing downtown.



Jiang Su has not been a province with great soccer tradition. Therefore, this team has been all the way in the China secondary level league. However, with the purchase of Shandong players like Li Benjian, Li Zhuangfei, Guo Mingyue, Wang Weilong, Ren Yongshun, Qin Sheng and Guan Zhen in 2008, the team's level got a great boost. They won almost every league game and will be promoted to China Super League in 2009.

Current squad

"As of 14 April, 2008"

External links

* http://www.sainty.cn/saintyfootball/index.jsp official site
* http://www.saintycorp.com/

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