Shanghai play their home games in shirts which are mainly blue and red. The clubs stadium is Hongkou Football Stadium which holds 35,060 seats. The clubs highest win since 1994 was 7-1 against Bayi Zebon in August 2002. The clubs honours include the A3 Champions Cup in 2007, 1995 and 2003 First Division A titles and the 1998 Chinese FA Cup.
Founded in 1951 as East China by the local government sports body. The club was renamed to Shanghai in 1957 and then eventually Shanghai FC. They won their first league title in 1961 and their second in 1962. They were relegated in the 1980 season. The club won their first peice of silverware in 29 years in 1991, the Chinese FA Cup. In 1993 the club changed name for the third time to Shanghai Shenhua meaning Flower of Shanghai in Chinese.
Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG look towards the 2016 campaign by officially revealing their all-new home shirt. In a simplistic design yet bold colour-way Shanghai SIPG will adorn the Chinese pitches within the forthcoming season looking as patriotic as ever through two-tones of red comb [...]
Chinese Super League team Shanghai Shenua prepare for the 2016 campaign by releasing their brand-new home shirt. In truly patriotic fashion, Shanghai Shenhua's latest home shirt uses their famous club colours to produce a stunning and traditionally styled home shirt ready to tackle China's very b [...]
Chinese outfit Shanghai Shenhua have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015 season. Again supplied by Nike, the new home shirt for the side features the club's trademark royal blue base along with red trim on the sleeve cuffs and v-neck collar [...]
Chinese outfit Shanghai Shenhua have officially released their new home kit for the 2014 season [...]
Shanghai Shenhua signed former Chelsea players Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka in 2012. Since their arrivals the Chinese Super League has had more attention from world football. The club is affiliated with Sydney FC who play in the A-League.
The club have had several managers in the past decade including Shen Xiangfu, Nicolas Anelka, Sergio Batista, Jean Tigana, Drazen Besek and many more.