Risultati

Cina - Play-off 12/30 06:30 14 Guangxi Pingguo Haliao v Xinjiang Tianshan D 0-0
Cina - Play-off 12/26 06:30 14 Xinjiang Tianshan v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao W 0-1
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 11/22 06:00 14 [3] Guangxi Pingguo Haliao v Qingdao Manatee [1] D 2-2
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 11/17 06:00 13 Shanghai Jiading Huilong v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao W 1-3
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 11/13 06:00 12 Guangxi Pingguo Haliao v Shanxi Longjin W 4-1
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 11/08 06:00 11 Qingdao Youth Island v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao - CANC
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 11/04 06:00 10 Guangxi Pingguo Haliao v Hebei Kungfu W 3-1
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 10/30 06:00 9 Dongguan Guanlian v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao W 1-3
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 10/26 06:00 8 Guangxi Pingguo Haliao v Xiamen Ludao D 0-0
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 09/29 07:00 7 [2] Qingdao Manatee v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao [4] D 1-1
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 09/23 07:00 6 [3] Guangxi Pingguo Haliao v Shanghai Jiading Huilong [4] D 0-0
Cina - 2 ª Divisione 09/20 07:00 5 Shanxi Longjin v Guangxi Pingguo Haliao W 1-3

Stat.

 TotalIn casaFuori casa
Partite disputate 31 16 15
Wins 16 6 10
Draws 12 9 3
Losses 3 1 2
Goals for 61 30 31
Goals against 26 15 11
Clean sheets 10 4 6
Failed to score 5 4 1

Guangxi Pingguo Haliao Football Club (Chinese: 广西平果哈嘹足球俱乐部) is a professional Chinese football club that currently participates in the China League Two. The team is based in Pingguo, Baise, Guangxi.

History

On February 27th, 2018, the club was founded by Baoyun Real Estate Development Co. in Liuzhou as Guangxi Baoyun F.C.. Participating in the provincial Guangxi Super League for its first time, the club managed to win the entire championship by beating Liuzhou Ranko in the finals, and secured a spot in the 2018 Chinese Champions League. In this new conquest, they finished 2nd in the group stage, and advanced to the final play-off stage, facing the giant of the league Chengdu Better City in the round of 16. After two hard-fought battles, although eventually losing 1–4 in Chengdu and facing elimination, the team managed to hold their ground at the home game and upset the guests with a 0–0 draw, which led to them achieving the rank of 13th out of 16 teams, just above Shenzhen Xinqiao and Qingdao Red Lions which lost their both two rounds of games—a rank eligible for admission to 2019 China League Two due to vacancies created by the withdrawal of several teams. They were eventually granted promotion on Feb 1st, 2019.

Before the 2021 China League Two season, the club moved to Pingguo and changed its name to Guangxi Pingguo Haliao F.C.