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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Who?: The Han Dynasty-Cuju
    • What?: Ancient soccer in China-Cuju
    • Present Day-Chinese Football Association
    • Where?: Cuju-Han Dynasty
    • Chinese Football Association-Beijing
    • When?: Cuju developed between 206 B.C.-220 A.D.
    • Chinese Football Association-1955
    • Why?: Cuju-played for entertainment and as
    • an army drill
  • 3.
    • Cuju- “kick the ball with foot”
    • Ancient form of soccer in China
    • -not like soccer is today
    • -moon shaped goals
    • Played by emperors
    • Became an army drill
    • Popularity of this sport eventually declined during the Ming Dynasty
  • 4. Cuju
    • Competition between 2 teams with a set number of players
    • 2 goals
    • Military training- Cuju considered fighting enemy during battle
    • Became more popular during Northern Song Dynasty
      • -played in the imperial palace
      • -emperor played
      • -played at festivals
  • 5. Chinese Football Association
    • Originally known as China Football Association
    • -established in 1924
    • Relocated to Beijing
      • -was re-established in 1955 as the Chinese Football Association
      • -after the Chinese Civil War
    • Non-government organization
    • Only legal organization for China in the FIFA organization
    • Made up of local football associations, amateur football associations, and football associations under the People’s Liberation Army
  • 6.
    • Increase public participation
    • Promote interaction with FIFA and foreign football associations
    • Organize training for national football team
    • Organize games/activities for national football team
    • Organize international games
    • Develop rules and disciplines for the sport in China
    • Select teams and players to play at the international level
  • 7.
    • Established in 1924 under the China Football Association
    • Played first match against Finland
    • Joined FIFA in 1978
    • Struggled to qualify for the World Cup
    • Expectations rose in 2001
    • China reached the World Cup finals in 2002
    • First time ever reaching finals
  • 8. Chinese Super League
    • Founded in 2004
    • Premier league in China
    • Consisted of 12 teams
    • 2006 the league grows to 16 teams
    • Each team plays 240 games in a season
  • 9.
    • 1976: 3 rd place in AFC Asian Cup
    • 1978: 3 rd place in Asian Games
    • 1984: 2 nd place in AFC Asian Cup
    • 1990: 2 nd place in East Asian Cup
    • 1992: 3 rd place in AFC Asian Cup
    • 1994: 2 nd place in Asian Games
    • 1998: 3 rd place in Asian Games
    • 2 nd place in East Asian Cup
    • 2003: 3 rd place in East Asian Cup
    • 2004: 2 nd place in AFC Asian Cup
    • 2005: 1 st place in East Asian Cup
    • 2008: 3 rd place in East Asian Cup
  • 10.
    • Interest for women’s football decreases
    • Football school’s number has greatly decreased
    • -150 to 50 girls
    • A decreasing interest may lead to problems for the successful women’s national team
  • 11. National Women’s Team Honors
    • 1986: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 1989: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 1990: 1 st place in Asian Games
    • 1991: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 1993: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 1994: 1 st place in Asian Games
    • 1995: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 1996: 2 nd place in the Olympics
    • 3 rd place in the Algarve Cup
    • 1997: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 2 nd place in the Algarve Cup
    • 1998: 1 st place in Asian Games
    • 1999: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 1 st place in the Algarve Cup
    • 2 nd place in the FIFA World Cup
    • 2000: 3 rd place in the Algarve Cup
    • 2001: 3 rd place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 3 rd place in the Algarve Cup
    • 2002: 1 st place in the Algarve Cup
    • 2 nd in Asian Games
    • 2003: 2 nd in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 2 nd in the Algarve Cup
    • 2006: 1 st place in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 3 rd place in Asian Games
    • 2008: 2 nd in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup
    • 2 nd place in the Women’s East Asian Cup
  • 12. Bibliography
    • &quot;China women's national football team -.&quot; Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . 25 May 2009. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_women's_national_football_team>.
    • &quot;Chinese Super League: Encyclopedia - Chinese Super League.&quot; Global Oneness - The meeting place for Cultural Creatives - Articles, News, Community, Forums, Travel & Events and much more . 25 May 2009. <http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Chinese_Super_League/id/1966079>.
    • &quot;Zhuqiu - Football was a Chinese game?&quot; China the Beautiful . 25 May 2009 <http://www.chinapage.com/general/football1.html>.
    • &quot;Cuju - Ancient Chinese Football.&quot; Features . 25 May 2009 <http://features.cultural- china.com/cuju>.
    • &quot;China national football team -.&quot; Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . 25 May 2009 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_national_football_team>.
    • &quot;Chinese Football Association -.&quot; Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . 25 May 2009 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Football_Association>.