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Swiss watch maker TAG Heuer, owned by French luxury goods conglomerate LVMH, agreed a multi-year deal with the Chinese Football Association.

CHINESE REAL ESTATE firm Dalian Wanda is to inject 500m yuan ($77m) into football in China after a three-year agreement was agreed with the Chinese Football Association (CFA)

Chinese payment platform Alipay is to invest RMB1bn ($145m/€129m) over the next decade to support the long-term development of women’s football in China.

The Chinese Football Association has agreed a long-term partnership with player tracking and analysis company StatSports

Continental Tires has extended its sponsorship with the Chinese Football Association (CFA) for four years, from 2018-19 to 2021-22

Financial services company Beijing WeShare Wealth Asset Management has agreed a deal to become the title sponsor of the Chinese Football Association’s Super Cup club competition.