Fixtures

Kina - Super League 08/03 12:30 11 Tianjin Jinmen Tigers v Dalian Pro - View
Kina - Super League 08/06 12:30 12 Dalian Pro v Shanghai Haigang - View
Kina - Super League 08/09 08:30 13 Dalian Pro v Shanghai Shenhua - View
Kina - Super League 08/12 10:30 14 Wuhan v Dalian Pro - View
Kina - Super League 08/15 08:30 8 Changchun Yatai v Dalian Pro - View

Results

Kina - Super League 07/31 10:30 10 [16] Dalian Pro v Beijing Guoan [9] L 0-1
Kina - Super League 07/28 08:30 9 [8] Hebei v Dalian Pro [16] L 1-0
Kina - Super League 07/25 08:30 8 Changchun Yatai v Dalian Pro - PPT.
Kina - Super League 07/22 12:30 7 [16] Dalian Pro v Wuhan [14] D 1-1
Kina - Super League 07/19 10:30 6 [4] Shanghai Shenhua v Dalian Pro [7] L 3-2
Kina - Super League 07/15 12:00 10 Dalian Pro v Beijing Guoan - PPT.
Kina - Super League 07/10 10:00 9 Hebei v Dalian Pro - PPT.
Kina - Super League 06/24 12:00 6 Shanghai Shenhua v Dalian Pro - PPT.
Kina - Super League 05/16 10:00 5 [1] Shanghai Haigang v Dalian Pro [6] L 3-0
Kina - Super League 05/11 10:00 4 [8] Dalian Pro v Tianjin Jinmen Tigers [7] W 1-0
Kina - Super League 05/04 12:00 3 [8] Beijing Guoan v Dalian Pro [7] L 2-0
Kina - Super League 04/28 12:00 2 [7] Dalian Pro v Hebei [4] L 0-1

Statistikk

 TotalHjemmeBorte
Matches played 28 13 15
Wins 6 1 5
Draws 5 4 1
Losses 17 8 9
Goals for 28 9 19
Goals against 43 20 23
Clean sheets 5 1 4
Failed to score 11 5 6

Dalian Professional Football Club (Chinese: 大连人足球俱乐部) is a professional Chinese football club based in Dalian, Liaoning, that participates in the Chinese Super League under licence from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is owned by Dalian Wanda Group headquartered in Beijing and their home stadium is Dalian Sports Center Stadium with a capacity of 61,000. The club was refounded on September 20, 2009, by Dalian Aerbin Group Company, Ltd., and started from the third tier of the Chinese football pyramid, the China League Two. Winning two consecutive league titles in the second and third tier professional football leagues, they were promoted to the top tier in 2012 Chinese Super League season where they experienced their highest ever placing of fifth in the same season. In 2014, they were relegated from the Chinese Super League. In December 2015, they were renamed Dalian Yifang Football Club. In October 2017, they won the Chinese League One championship and successfully upgraded. On May 25, 2019, Dalian Yifang Football Club was renamed Dalian Professional Football Club, with new logo unveiled on January 21, 2020.