2010 China League One
The 2010 China League One is the 7th season since the establishment.
|Goals scored||381 (2.44 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Gao Lin |
(20 goals, Guangzhou Evergrande)
|Biggest home win||Guangzhou 10–0 Nanjing (21 July)|
|Biggest away win||Nanjing 0–5 Guangzhou (23 October)|
|Highest scoring||Guangzhou 10–0 Nanjing (21 July)|
After 2009 season, Liaoning Whowin and Nanchang Hengyuan were promoted to Chinese Super League 2010 and Sichuan Meilianshu were relegated to China League Two 2010. They were replaced by Hunan Billows and Hubei Greenery which promoted from League Two 2009, Chengdu Blades and Guangzhou F.C. who relegated from Super League 2009. Beijing Baxy F.C. took over Beijing Hongdeng F.C. and take their position within the division.
Chengdu Blades and Guangzhou F.C., who finished in 7th and 9th place in Super League 2009, were relegated from the top flight for a match-fixing scandal, while Qingdao Hailifeng, who finished in 10th place in League One 2009, were banned from all future national matches organized by the CFA for the same reason.
On 25 September 2010, Guangzhou Evergrande and Chengdu Blades promoted to the Chinese Super League for the 2011 season after Hubei Oriental draw 1-1 with Shanghai Pudong Zobon. On 23 October, Nanjing Yoyo relegated to China League Two after a 5-0 home defeat to Guangzhou Evergrande.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Guangzhou Evergrande (C, P)||24||17||6||1||61||21||+40||57||Promotion to Chinese Super League|
|2||Chengdu Blades (P)||24||17||5||2||56||15||+41||56|
|3||Yanbian Baekdu Tigers||24||12||4||8||30||21||+9||40|
|4||Shanghai East Asia||24||9||10||5||25||18||+7||37[a]|
|6||Hunan Billows Baishijiao||24||10||5||9||21||24||−3||35|
|7||Shenyang Dongjin Shidai||24||6||12||6||23||23||0||30|
|11||Guangdong Sunray Cave||24||5||7||12||34||39||−5||22|
|12||Beijing 361 Degrees||24||4||6||14||22||40||−18||18|
|13||Nanjing Yoyo (R)||24||3||5||16||19||62||−43||14||Disbanded after season|
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th head-to-head goals scored; 5th goal difference; 6th goals scored; 7th disciplinary points (1 point for each yellow card, 3 points for each red card.)
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
- Shanghai, 4 pts; Hubei, 1 pt
- Beijing Baxy were given a 6-point deduction for late payment of wages.
Updated to games played on 30 October 2010.
|1||Gao Lin||Guangzhou Evergrande||20|
|2||Ye Weichao||Guangdong Sunray Cave||14|
|3||Jean-Paul Lutula||Yanbian FC||13|
|5||Johnson Macaba||Chengdu Blades||12|
|Giovane da Silva||Guangdong Sunray Cave||12|
|7||Charles Gbeke||Guangzhou Evergrande||9|
|Wu Lei||Shanghai East Asia||9|
|9||Lu Bin||Beijing 361 Degrees||7|
|Mitchel Brown||Hunan Billows||7|
|Anderson Luiz||Shenyang Dongjin Shidai||7|
|Tiago Honório||Chengdu Blades||7|