On December 25, the Chinese Football Association convened a conference of investors in the Super Club, where the Football Association announced a series of new policies for the new season. The foreign aid policy is as follows:
In the new season, the Super League teams can register up to 7 foreign aids in a single season, and up to 6 foreign aids can be registered at the same time; up to 5 foreign aids can be registered in a single match, and 4 foreign aids can be played at the same time.
Brief analysis: Compared with the 2019 season, each team in the Super League in the new season can register an additional foreign aid. The number of foreign aid for each team in each game has also changed from a maximum of 3 foreign aids at the same time to a maximum of 4 foreign aids at the same time.
Premier League: No foreign aid restrictions but requires at least 8 local players in labor certification
Non-European players need to obtain a "Labor Certificate" in the official play in England and each team in the Premier League can only register 25 players, of which there must be 8 national youth players.
La Liga: 3 foreign aid restrictions
La Liga stipulates that only three foreign aids (non-EU players) are allowed for each participating club.
Bundesliga: Foreign aid limits 4 local players to at least 12
The Bundesliga League clearly stipulates that each club has 4 foreign aid places, but each match can only play a maximum of 3 people. In addition, it is mandatory to have at least 12 local players in the first team of each club (this scheme was implemented in 2006, and initially it was required to have at least 4 people, with an increase of 2 people each year to reach 12 people).
Ligue 1: Foreign aid limited to 4 people
The Ligue 1 league allows each participating club to have 4 foreign aids, and the maximum number of players to play at the same time is also limited to 3.
Serie A: Unrestricted foreign players "3 + 3"
The number of foreign aid for each team in Serie A is actually unlimited. Only in terms of recruitment, only one overseas non-EU player can be introduced in a summer (foreign aid in Serie A is not included). If you want to introduce more, you must sell 1 foreign aid. At the same time, the number of foreign aid players is also limited. For 3 people. In addition, the Italian Football Association has issued a "3 + 3" policy for local players, which requires each club to have at least 3 players from its own youth training, and at least 3 players from other Italian youth training.
To sum up, that is to say, the five major leagues also have foreign aid restrictions, but they are not restricted to "non-national players", but so-called "non-EU players". People in that big circle can play happily together. Too!
The so-called EU countries include: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, United Kingdom, Spain, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Sweden. In addition, the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, and the EU countries enjoy the same treatment. All other countries are non-EU countries.
Personally, I think that with more foreign aid, we can improve our level, and we can promote the inertia of domestic players, so that they have a sense of crisis and cannot just make money.