China national football team results (2000–2009)

This article lists the results for the China national football team between 2000 and 2009.

Key
Win
Draw
Defeat

2000Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
14 January Guangzhou China   New Zealand 1–0 2000 Four Nations Tournament Li Tie
16 January Guangzhou China   Uruguay 1–0 2000 Four Nations Tournament Hao Haidong
23 January Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam   Philippines 8–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Su Maozhen(5), Hao Haidong, Yao Xia, Ma Mingyu
26 January Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam   Guam 19–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Qu Shengqing(5), Hao Haidong(4), Su Maozhen(3), Yao Xia(2), Ma Mingyu, Li Weifeng, Li Tie, Shen Si, Qi Hong
29 January Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam   Vietnam 2–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification Su Maozhen, Zhang Enhua
15 March Kobe, Japan   Japan 0–0 Friendly
28 March Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia   FR Yugoslavia 0–1 Friendly
25 April Hong Kong, China   Hong Kong 1–0 Friendly Qi Hong
25 May Beijing, China   FR Yugoslavia 0–2 Friendly
28 July Beijing, China   South Korea 0–1 Friendly
1 September Shanghai, China   Thailand 3–1 2000 Four Nations Tournament Su Maozhen, Qi Hong, Song Lihui
3 September Shanghai, China   Iraq 4–1 2000 Four Nations Tournament Li Weifeng(2), Su Maozhen(2)
5 October Zarqa, Jordan   Saudi Arabia 0–2 Friendly
7 October Amman, Jordan   Jordan 1–1 Friendly Yang Chen
13 October Tripoli, Lebanon   South Korea 2–2 2000 AFC Asian Cup Su Maozhen, Fan Zhiyi
16 October Tripoli, Lebanon   Indonesia 4–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup Li Ming, Shen Si, Yang Chen, Qi Hong
19 October Tripoli, Lebanon   Kuwait 0–0 2000 AFC Asian Cup
24 October Sidon, Lebanon   Qatar 3–1 2000 AFC Asian Cup Li Ming, Yang Chen, Qi Hong
27 October Beirut, Lebanon   Japan 2–3 2000 AFC Asian Cup Qi Hong, Yang Chen
29 October Beirut, Lebanon   South Korea 0–1 2000 AFC Asian Cup

2001Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
17 January Tehran, Iran   Egypt 0–0AET
2–3PSO
Friendly
19 January Tehran, Iran   Iran 0–4 Friendly
27 January Oakland, United States   United States 1–2 Friendly Qu Bo
10 February Bangkok, Thailand   Qatar 1–1 2001 King's Cup Su Maozhen
12 February Bangkok, Thailand   Sweden 2–2 2001 King's Cup Zhang Yuning(2)
14 February Bangkok, Thailand   Thailand 5–1 2001 King's Cup Zhang Yuning(3), Su Maozhen, Li Tie
17 February Bangkok, Thailand   Sweden 0–3 2001 King's Cup
22 April Xi'an, China   Maldives 10–1 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Xie Hui(3), Xu Yunlong(2), Fan Zhiyi(2), Wu Chengying, Yang Chen, Li Weifeng
28 April Malé, Maldives   Maldives 1–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Xie Hui
6 May Phnom Penh, Cambodia   Cambodia 4–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Li Jinyu(2), Qu Bo, Ma Mingyu
13 May Kunming, China   Indonesia 5–1 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Xie Hui(2), Li Weifeng, Yang Chen, Qi Hong
20 May Guangzhou China   Cambodia 3–1 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Ma Mingyu, Xu Yunlong, Li Bing
27 May Jakarta, Indonesia   Indonesia 2–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Xie Hui, Wu Chengying
3 August Shanghai, China   North Korea 2–2AET
2–4PSO
2001 Four Nations Tournament Shen Si, Zhang Enhua
5 August Shanghai, China   Trinidad and Tobago 3–0 2001 Four Nations Tournament Hao Haidong, Su Maozhen, Zhang Yuning
25 August Shenyang, China   United Arab Emirates 3–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Li Xiaopeng, Qi Hong, Hao Haidong
31 August Muscat, Oman   Oman 2–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Qi Hong, Fan Zhiyi
7 September Doha, Qatar   Qatar 1–1 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Li Weifeng
15 September Shenyang, China   Uzbekistan 2–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Li Weifeng, Fan Zhiyi
27 September Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates 1–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Qi Hong
7 October Shenyang, China   Oman 1–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Yu Genwei
13 October Shenyang, China   Qatar 3–0 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification Su Maozhen, Qu Bo, Hao Haidong
19 October Tashkent, Uzbekistan   Uzbekistan 0–1 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification

2002Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
15 February Hong Kong, China   Slovenia 0–0AET
3–4PSO
2002 Lunar New Year Cup
27 April Incheon, Korea Republic   South Korea 0–0 Friendly
11 May Kunming, China   Thailand 3–1 Friendly Su Maozhen(3)
16 May Shenyang, China   Uruguay 0–2 Friendly
25 May Macau, China   Portugal 0–2 Friendly
4 June Gwangju, Korea Republic   Costa Rica 0–2 2002 FIFA World Cup
8 June Jeju, Korea Republic   Brazil 0–4 2002 FIFA World Cup
13 June Seoul, Korea Republic   Turkey 0–3 2002 FIFA World Cup
7 December Manama, Bahrain   Syria 3–1 Friendly Zhao Junzhe, Wang Xinxin, Xu Yunlong
9 December Manama, Bahrain   Jordan 0–0 Friendly
12 December Manama, Bahrain   Bahrain 2–2 Friendly Cao Yang, Qu Bo
  • China played the non-FIFA Catalonia team on 28 December 2002; this did not contribute to ranking points or individual cap totals.

2003Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
12 February Guangzhou, China   Brazil 0–0 Friendly
16 February Wuhan, China   Estonia 1–0 Friendly Li Weifeng
20 August Tianjin, China   Chile 0–0 Friendly
31 August Fort Lauderdale, United States   Haiti 3–4 Friendly Qi Hong, Xiao Zhanbo, Li Jinyu
7 September Fort Lauderdale, United States   Costa Rica 0–2 Friendly
4 December Tokyo, Japan   Japan 0–2 2003 East Asian Football Championship
7 December Saitama, Japan   South Korea 0–1 2003 East Asian Football Championship
10 December Yokohama, Japan   Hong Kong 3–1 2003 East Asian Football Championship Zhao Xuri, Liu Jindong, Yang Chen

2004Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
27 January Yiwu, China   Macedonia 0–0 Friendly
29 January Suzhou, China   Macedonia 1–0 Friendly Zheng Zhi
3 February Guangzhou, China   Finland 2–1 Friendly Zhang Yuning, Hao Haidong
7 February Shenzhen, China   Finland 2–1 Friendly Zhang Yuning, Zheng Zhi
18 February Guangzhou, China   Kuwait 1–0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification Hao Haidong
17 March Guangzhou, China   Myanmar 2–0 Friendly Zheng Zhi, Xu Yunlong
31 March Hong Kong, China   Hong Kong 1–0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification Hao Haidong
14 April Peralada, Spain   Andorra 0–0 Friendly
28 April Clermont-Ferrand, France   Algeria 1–0 Friendly Xiao Zhanbo
1 June Tianjin, China   Hungary 2–1 Friendly Zhou Haibin, Zheng Zhi
9 June Tianjin, China   Malaysia 4–0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification Li Xiaopeng(2), Hao Haidong, Sun Jihai
3 July Chongqing, China   Lebanon 6–0 Friendly Li Jinyu(2), Yan Song, Li Ming, Zhang Shuo, Li Yi
10 July Hohhot, China   United Arab Emirates 2–2 Friendly Zheng Zhi(2)
17 July Beijing, China   Bahrain 2–2 2004 AFC Asian Cup Zheng Zhi, Li Jinyu
21 July Beijing, China   Indonesia 5–0 2004 AFC Asian Cup Shao Jiayi(2), Hao Haidong, Li Ming, Li Yi
25 July Beijing, China   Qatar 1–0 2004 AFC Asian Cup Xu Yunlong
30 July Beijing, China   Iraq 3–0 2004 AFC Asian Cup Hao Haidong, Zheng Zhi(2)
3 August Beijing, China   Iran 1–1AET
4–3PSO
2004 AFC Asian Cup Shao Jiayi
7 August Beijing, China   Japan 1–3 2004 AFC Asian Cup Li Ming
8 September Penang, Malaysia   Malaysia 1–0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification Li Jinyu
13 October Kuwait City, Kuwait   Kuwait 0–1 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
17 November Guangzhou, China   Hong Kong 7–0 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification Li Jinyu(2), Shao Jiayi(2), Xu Yunlong, Yu Genwei, Li Weifeng

2005Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
26 March Salamanca, Spain   Spain 0–3 Friendly
29 March Dublin, Ireland   Republic of Ireland 0–1 Friendly
19 June Changsha, China   Costa Rica 2–2 Friendly Zhang Yaokun, Sun Xiang
22 June Guangzhou, China   Costa Rica 2–0 Friendly Zheng Zhi, Xie Hui
31 July Daejeon, Korea Republic   South Korea 1–1 2005 East Asian Football Championship Sun Xiang
3 August Daejeon, Korea Republic   Japan 2–2 2005 East Asian Football Championship Li Jinyu, Zhang Yonghai
7 August Daejeon, Korea Republic   North Korea 2–0 2005 East Asian Football Championship Li Yan, Xie Hui
12 October Hamburg, Germany   Germany 0–1 Friendly
13 November Nanjing, China   Serbia and Montenegro 0–2 Friendly
16 November Nanjing, China   Bulgaria 0–01 Friendly
1:Non FIFA 'A' international match

2006Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
12 February Guangzhou, China   Honduras 0–1 Friendly
22 February Guangzhou, China   Palestine 2–0 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification Du Wei, Li Weifeng
1 March Al Ain, United Arab Emirates   Iraq 1–2 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification Tao Wei
3 June Zurich, Switzerland    Switzerland 1–4 Friendly Dong Fangzhuo
7 June St. Etienne, France   France 1–3 Friendly Zheng Zhi
10 August Qinhuangdao, China   Thailand 4–0 Friendly Li Jinyu, Wang Dong, Du Zhenyu, Xu Liang
16 August Tianjin, China   Singapore 1–0 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification Shao Jiayi
6 September Singapore   Singapore 0–0 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification
11 October Amman, Jordan   Palestine 2–0 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification Mao Jianqing, Sun Xiang
15 November Changsha, China   Iraq 1–1 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification Han Peng

2007Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
7 February Suzhou, China   Kazakhstan 2–1 Friendly Han Peng, Li Jinyu
24 March Guangzhou, China   Australia 0–2 Friendly
27 March Macau, China   Uzbekistan 3–1 Friendly Han Peng(2), Own Goal
16 May Bangkok, Thailand   Thailand 0–1 Friendly
2 June San Jose, United States   United States 1–4 Friendly Zhang Yaokun
10 July Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Malaysia 5–1 2007 AFC Asian Cup Han Peng(2), Shao Jiayi, Wang Dong(2)
15 July Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Iran 2–2 2007 AFC Asian Cup Shao Jiayi, Mao Jianqing
18 July Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Uzbekistan 0–3 2007 AFC Asian Cup
21 October Foshan, China   Myanmar 7–0 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification Qu Bo(2), Du Zhenyu 25', Yang Lin, Liu Jian, Li Jinyu, Li Weifeng
28 October Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Myanmar 4–0 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification Wu Wei'an, Liu Jian, Zheng Bin, Zhang Yaokun

2008Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
10 January Dubai, United Arab Emirates   United Arab Emirates 0–0 Friendly
20 January Zhongshan, China   Lebanon 0–0 Friendly
27 January Zhongshan, China   Syria 2–1 Friendly Qu Bo, Zhu Ting
6 February Dubai, United Arab Emirates   Iraq 1–1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification Zheng Zhi
17 February Chongqing, China   South Korea 2–3 2008 East Asian Football Championship Zhou Haibin, Liu Jian
20 February Chongqing, China   Japan 0–1 2008 East Asian Football Championship
23 February Chongqing, China   North Korea 3–1 2008 East Asian Football Championship Zhu Ting, Wang Dong, Hao Junmin
15 March Kunming, China   Thailand 3–3 Friendly Qu Bo, Han Peng, Zhu Ting
26 March Kunming, China   Australia 0–0 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
16 April Seattle, United States   Mexico 0–1 Friendly
23 April Los Angeles, United States   El Salvador 2–2 Friendly Xiao Zhanbo, Qu Bo
25 May Kunshan, China   Jordan 2–0 Friendly Hao Junmin, Li Weifeng
2 June Doha, Qatar   Qatar 0–0 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
7 June Tianjin, China   Qatar 0–1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
14 June Tianjin, China   Iraq 1–2 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification Zhou Haibin
22 June Sydney, Australia   Australia 1–0 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification Sun Xiang
17 December Muscat, Oman   Oman 1–3 Friendly Qu Bo
19 December Muscat, Oman   Iran 0–2 Friendly
21 December Amman, Jordan   Jordan 1–0 Friendly Cao Yang

2009Edit

Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Scorers
9 January Tehran, Iran   Iran 1–3 Friendly Huang Bowen
14 January Aleppo, Syria   Syria 2–3 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification Qu Bo, Jiang Ning
21 January Hangzhou, China   Vietnam 6–1 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification Gao Lin(3), Du Wei, Jiang Ning, Hao Junmin
29 May Shanghai, China   Germany 1–1 Friendly Hao Junmin
1 June Qinhuangdao, China   Iran 1–0 Friendly Gao Lin
4 June Tianjin, China   Saudi Arabia 1–4 Friendly Jiang Ning
18 July Tianjin, China   Palestine 3–1 Friendly Qu Bo, Gao Lin, Yang Hao
25 July Tianjin, China   Kyrgyzstan 3–0 Friendly Han Peng, Hao Junmin, Yu Hai
12 August Singapore   Singapore 1–1AET
4–3PSO
Friendly Yang Hao
15 August Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   Malaysia 0–0 Friendly
9 September Harbin, China   Senegal 0–01 Friendly
30 September Hohhot, China   Botswana 4–1 Friendly Gao Lin, Qu Bo, Zhao Peng, Yu Hai
8 October Kuwait City, Kuwait   Kuwait 2–2 Friendly Zheng Long, Han Peng
14 November Beirut, Lebanon   Lebanon 2–0 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification Yu Hai, Qu Bo
22 November Hangzhou, China   Lebanon 1–0 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification Du Wei
30 December Yiwu, China   Jordan 2–2 Friendly Zhang Linpeng, Han Peng
1:Non FIFA 'A' international match

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