Beijing BSUBeijing Beitida北京北体大

Beijing Sport University Football Club (Chinese: 北京北体大; pinyin: Beijing Beitida) or commonly known as BSU (Chinese: 北体大; pinyin: Bei Ti Da), is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the China League One division under license from the Chinese Football Association (CFA). The team is based in Beijing and their home stadium is the Olympic Sports Center (Beijing) that has a seating capacity of 36,228. Their current majority shareholder is the conglomerate Beijing Enterprises Holdings Limited.

History

Beijing Enterprises Group F.C. was founded as Beijing Baxy F.C. in 2004 by former Chinese footballers Guo Weiwei, Wang Tao and Guo Weijian as an amateur football club. By 2009 the club's youth team were considered good enough to take part in professional football and the club entered the third tier of Chinese football at the beginning of the 2009 China League Two season. Within their first professional campaign Wang Tao was their Chairman who brought in Cao Xiandong to manage the team. The players wore white tops, black bottoms, white socks for the home kits and blue tops, white bottoms, dark blue socks for their away kit. After a promising start to the campaign that saw them lead the table within the group stage the club ultimately finished third in the play-off and just missed out of promotion to the second division. After failure to win promotion from the previous season the club decided to take over financially struggling China League One side Beijing Hongdeng and took over their position within the league at the beginning of the 2010 league season. In Beijing Baxy's first season in the second tier, they were given a 6-point deduction due to Beijing Hongdeng's late payment of wages for Rajko Vidovic in the 2007 season.

Beijing Baxy finished the 15th of 16 teams in the 2012 season and was supposed to relegate to China League Two; however, they were spared from relegation due to Dalian Shide's dissolvation. On 26 February 2013, Croatian manager Goran Tomic was officiall

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Beijing BSUBeijing Beitida北京北体大