FIVB - Volleyball World League

TEAM COMPOSITION


 CHN / China

 
Team manager LI Shiping
Coach XIE Guochen
Assistant coach YANG Liqun
Doctor SONG Weiping
Physiotherapist
   
 
    No.   Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  1 Hongmin Bian Bian H.M. 22.09.1989 210 95 355 330 Zhejiang
  2   Yichen Zhao ZHAO Y.C. 27.12.1990 195 80 345 335 Army
  3 Zhi Yuan YUAN Z. 29.09.1981 194 95 348 334 Liaoning
  4   Chen Zhang ZHANG C. 28.06.1985 200 89 356 340 Jiangsu
  5 Qingyao Dai DAI Q.Y. 26.09.1991 205 100 350 340 Shanghai
  6   Chunlong Liang LIANG C.L. 25.03.1988 206 91 351 333 Liaoning
  C 7 Weijun Zhong ZHONG W.J. 20.04.1989 200 88 347 335 Army
  8   Jianjun Cui CUI J.J. 01.08.1985 192 94 350 335 Henan
  9 Shuai Jiao JIAO S. 28.01.1984 194 75 350 341 Henan
  10   Chen Wang WANG C. 16.11.1987 193 90 345 340 Beijing
  11 Xin Geng GENG X. 15.11.1989 208 97 348 338 Shandong
  12   Qingtao Shan Shan Q.T. 16.01.1986 194 75 345 335 Beijing
  13 Zhichao Kou KOU Z.C. 26.06.1989 202 92 355 345 Shandong
  14   Jingtao Xu XU J.T. 07.07.1988 202 76 356 320 Army
  15 Runming Li LI R.M. 01.03.1990 198 93 350 326 Shandong
  L 16   Qi Ren REN Q. 24.02.1984 174 70 322 312 Shanghai
  17 Hui Chu CHU H. 11.02.1981 187 70 355 323 Beijing
  18   Daoshuai Ji JI D.S. 07.02.1992 195 85 355 335 Shandong
  19 Yingchao Fang Fang Y.C. 03.08.1982 198 79 360 350 Shanghai
  20   Guojun Zhan ZHAN G.J. 16.12.1988 197 91 235 230 Shanghai
  21 Jianwei Song SONG J.W. 04.01.1992 194 75 340 330 Shandong
  22   Tianyi Mao MAO T.Y. 02.06.1993 200 84 350 333 Army
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

In 1956, China Men’s Team has its debut in the world arena for the 3rd Men’s World Championship and finished 9th place in the 24 teams. Among world top 10 teams back in the 1970s and 1980s, China team has enjoyed little success on the world stage in recent decades. The best results have been a 4th place in the Grand Champions Cup in 1997 and a 5th in the 2008 Olympic Games on home territory. While at continental level, China team has a better performance, winning the Asian Championship in 1997 and 1999, the Asian Games title in 1986, 1990 and 1998, and the Asian Cup in 2012.

Mr. Xie Guochen was appointed Head Coach in April 2013, and led the team to a 3rd place in 2013 Asian Championship the same year, and 3rd place in World League Final (Group 3), 15th in Men’s World Championship and 4th place in the Asian Games in 2014.


Coach profile

Xie Guochen was appointed temporary coach of China after the failure to qualify for the London 2012 Olympic Games and officially appointed as coach in April 2013. He led the team to the gold medal at the 2012 Asian Cup in Vietnam and to a bronze at the 2013 Asian Championship in Dubai, and a third place in 2014 FIVB WL (group 3). As assistant coach, he helped the Chinese to fifth place at Beijing 2008. Xie also helped coach the China squads that won silver medals at the 2006 Asian Games, the 2011 Asian Championship and the 2010 Asian Cup. At club level, he had stints coaching the Chinese teams Henan Tianguan and Henan Provincial. As a player, he represented China from 1994 to 2003 and won silver at the 1994 Asian Games.