- Address: Weiling Road, Shanghai
- Country: China
- Capacity: 30,000
- Opened: 28 August 2007
- Main use: Football
Extra stadium info – Jinshan Football Stadium
Two former football clubs played home games at the Jinshan Football Stadium, which opened as one of the major sports venues in Shanghai. The football clubs which are currently known as Shanghai Port Football Club and Shanghai Shenhua Football Club used the venue for home games. They are among the first Chinese sports clubs with a value of at least $100 million.
In 1961, Shanghai Shenhua FC were crowned Chinese football champions for the first time in their history. In 1998, they drew an average home league attendance of at least 30,000 for the first time in their history. Shanghai Shenhua drew an average home attendance of 39,000 in 13 domestic league games during 1998. That year, Shanghai Shenhua finished second place in the Chinese top-flight football league. A former football club from Liaoning won the Chinese top division in 1998. Shenhua gathered 45 points in 26 league games in 1998. They won 11 of the 26 matches. 12 games ended in a draw and three games ended in a los.
Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka
The Ivorian football star Didier Yves Drogba Tébily is one of the famous former players of Shanghai Shenhua. Nicolas Sébastien Anelka, who ended his professional football career in 2015 with Mumbai City FC from India, is another famous former player of Shenhua. In 2000, Anelka won the prestigious UEFA Champions League with Real Madrid after beating Valencia CF 3-0. Drogba won the European football tournament with Chelsea after defeating Bayern München in 2012.
Shanghai Port FC played numerous home games at the Jinshan Football Stadium. They won their first top-flight football league title in 2018. Shanghai Port drew an average home attendance of 21,000 in that domestic league season. Wu Lei played numerous matches for Shanghai Port. At the age of 14, he became the youngest player in the top-flight football league of China. Wu Lei joined the Spanish side RCD Espanyol in 2019. In 2022, he returned to Shanghai Port.