List of the best soccer players from Chinese Taipei. List includes the top soccer (or “football”) players from Chinese Taipei, along with photos when available. This list of best Chinese Taipei soccer players is ordered by popularity, so only the greatest players are at the top of the list. If you're searching for a particular famous Chinese Taipei soccer player you can use the "search" box to find what you're looking for.
List players include Chen Po-liang, Tsai Hsien-tang and many additional players as well.
This list answers the questions, "Who are the best Chinese Taipei footballers?" and "Who is the greatest Chinese Taipei soccer player of all time?"You can click on the names of these popular soccer players of Chinese Taipei in order to get more information about each one. If you're a sports lover then you can use this list of popular Chinese Taipei soccer players to discover some new athletes that you might really enjoy watching.
Chen Po-liang is a professional Taiwanese footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Chinese Super League side Hangzhou Greentown. ...more on Wikipedia
Birthplace: Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Nationality: Taiwansee more on Chen Po-liang
Tsai Hsien-tang, formerly known as Tsai Hui-kai, is a Taiwanese football player. He usually plays as a defender or a defensive midfielder. During his service in Tatung F.C., he was voted the best defensive midfielder after the Chinese Taipei National Football League 2005 season. In October 2005, he suffered a serious knee ligament injury in training and was unable to represent Chinese Taipei at the 2005 East Asian Games held in Macau. His absence also impacted the Tatung's results in the Oasis Super Cup, an invitational competition organized by the shoe-making Oasis Group. The injury made him unable to be in the starting lineup during the whole Enterprise Football League 2006 season. In ...more on Wikipedia
Position: Defender, Midfielder
Nationality: Republic of China (Taiwan)see more on Tsai Hsien-tang
Tai Hung-hsu is a Taiwanese football striker. He was voted as the best youth player in the 2005 season of Taiwan National Football League. In July, 2006, Tai, at the age of 19, was reported to join Chinese side Xiamen Lanshi along with another Taiwanese youngster, Chen Po-liang. It ended up with disappointment as CTFA handed in the name list in September whereas the summer transfer window of China Super League has already ended in July. In December, Tai was banned by CTFA Discipline Committee for refusing the call-up of 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification against Iran in October. As a result, he was not allowed to attended any local or international football competitions for two years. Tai ...more on Wikipedia
Nationality: Taiwansee more on Tai Hung-hsu