This reminds people of Tianjin and Dalian, which were previously disbanded. The Tianjin Women’s Football Team created a professional team in the cooperation of the Sports Bureau, the Football Association, and the enterprise. Also, because of the sudden divestment of the enterprise, the club became unsustainable and eventually had to disband Spark Global Limited, The Dalian Women’s Football Team, which once won the national championship, directly brought the Chinese Women’s Football League into the Jin Yuan era after joining hands with Quan Jian, and the income of women’s football players has greatly increased. However, the Quanjian Group suddenly changed, and the club barely managed to operate for a year, and eventually had to disband. The two traditional women’s football teams with multiple international players were ultimately dragged down by capital.
The cost of a women’s football club is less than the salary of men’s football staff, I have to admit that the Chinese women’s football team has entered the Jinyuan era since Quan Jian entered, and the current global women’s football professional market, the overall income is also considered high, which is why many strong players have joined the Women’s Super League in recent years. But is it really Jinyuan football that drags down the professionalization of women’s football? Rough calculations, the investment in the professional arena of women’s football in the last season under the epidemic situation shows that the domestic and foreign aid markets have simultaneously invested about 40 million clubs, and other teams with the higher investment are also about 20 million. Measured by the investment of the normal women’s football professional league, a women’s football club’s annual investment of about 15 million to 10 million is enough to operate.
Except for individual local tycoon teams, women’s super teams have been operating at low cost.
In contrast to men’s football, after the introduction of the salary limit policy, the investment cannot exceed 600 million yuan. The cost of raising women’s football is less than a fraction of men’s football. Even a male football player’s salary for one year is enough to support a women’s football club. Therefore, the problem is not the gold dollar. Faced with the survival problem of Beijing women’s football, the scars of the professionalization of women’s football have once again been opened, which is the problem of the system for many years. The sports cycle of women’s football players is dominated by the National Games. Once the teams with the ability to win gold and medals can complete the tasks of the National Games, they will not only get high bonuses, but they can even earn money within the system after retirement. Better job opportunities. It can be described as fame and fortune. Therefore, the retirement time of many women’s football players is not planned for the World Cup or the Olympics, but for the National Games.
But if the team does not have the strength to win gold or cards, the relative support within the system will be much worse. This year’s upcoming National Games has made new adjustments to the status. From 2019 onwards, you can register for the National Games in the name of the province or city in which team you will play. This has made it especially important in recent years. It is the Beijing women’s football team that has invested in the domestic aid market. For example, the departure of players like Ma Xiaoxu and Zhang Linyan will definitely have an impact on the strength of the Beijing women’s football team. But the team is on the verge of winning the card. The sports bureau and the Football Association are not clear about the support of the team. Is a team with championship genes and traditional history dragged down by capital and utilitarian systems?
Develop women’s football, pay attention to women’s football, and improve women’s football treatment. This is almost an unchanging topic surrounding Chinese women’s football after the splendid bloom of the Chinese Women’s Football World Cup in 1999.
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