Football in China has always been an important part of domestic sports. However, due to historical and practical reasons, the development of football in China still faces many challenges and difficulties. In this context, the hegemony between Shanghai Harbour and Taishan Mountain in Shandong Province and the outstanding performance of Taishan U21 in U21 League all show the hope and potential of China football.
First of all, the hegemony between Shanghai Harbour and Shandong Taishan is a highlight in China Football League. The two teams showed great strength and competitiveness in this season’s league tournament, which kept the suspense of the championship until the final round. This competitive pattern not only improves the appreciation and attraction of the league, but also promotes the investment and attention of clubs in the introduction of players and the construction of coaching teams. This healthy competitive environment is very beneficial to the development of football in China.
Secondly, Taishan U21′ s outstanding performance in U21 League also shows the future of China football. This young team showed excellent technical and tactical level and teamwork ability in the competition, which made people have a deeper understanding of the strength and potential of young players in China. These young players not only represent the future of football in China, but also are an important force for the internationalization of football in China.
However, the development of football in China still faces many challenges and difficulties. Among them, the most prominent problems are the low popularity of youth football, imperfect infrastructure construction and irregular management of professional leagues. Therefore, we need more attention and input to promote the development of football in China.
First of all, we need to strengthen the popularization and training of youth football. This requires not only the clubs to strengthen the youth training system, but also the support and participation of all sectors of society. Only by letting more children get in touch with and like football can we cultivate more excellent players.
Secondly, we need to strengthen infrastructure construction and improve the quality and quantity of football venues. This requires not only the support and input of government departments, but also the participation and contribution of all sectors of society. Only by building more high-quality football venues can more players have a better training and competition environment.
Finally, we need to strengthen the management and standardization of professional leagues. This requires clubs to strengthen their internal management and improve their operational level, as well as the support and supervision of relevant departments. Only by establishing a standardized league management system can professional leagues develop more healthily and orderly.
In a word, the development of football in China needs more attention and investment. Only through the joint efforts and support of the whole society can football in China achieve better development and make greater contributions to sports in China.