A geopolítica do futebol em transformação: o caso chinês

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Emanuel Leite Jr.
Carlos Rodrigues

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A China só esteve em uma Copa do Mundo de futebol masculino. Foi em 2002 e sua seleção perdeu os três jogos que disputou. Na 75ª posição no ranking da FIFA (junho 2018), a seleção chinesa não se classificou para a Copa do Mundo 2018. As autoridades chinesas, entretanto, querem mudar essa realidade. Para isso, em 2016 foi lançado o “Plano de desenvolvimento do futebol a médio e longo prazo (2016-2050)”. Dentre os objetivos, está o de sediar uma Copa. A meta final é ainda mais ambiciosa: fazer da China uma potência mundial. Para tal, o governo conta com o apoio da iniciativa privada. E desde o lançamento do ‘Plano’, os investimentos de empresas chinesas no futebol aumentaram significativamente, assim como na Copa da Rússia, em que marcas chinesas representaram 37% dos patrocinadores da competição. Este artigo objetiva analisar de que forma o ‘Plano’, como instrumento de Soft Power chinês, tem contribuído para mudar a geopolítica do futebol.

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Leite Jr., E., & Rodrigues, C. (2019). A geopolítica do futebol em transformação: o caso chinês. FuLiA/UFMG, 3(2), 28–50. https://doi.org/10.17851/2526-4494.3.2.28-50
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Emanuel Leite Jr., Universidade de Aveiro

Doutorando em Políticas Públicas no Departamento de Ciências Sociais, Políticas e do Território, da Universidade de Aveiro, e membro da Unidade de Investigação em Governança, Competitividade e Políticas Públicas (GOVCOPP), da Universidade de Aveiro.

Carlos Rodrigues, Universidade de Aveiro

Doutor em Ciências Sociais, Professor Auxiliar no Departamento de Ciências Sociais, Políticas e do Território, da Universidade de Aveiro, e membro da Unidade de Investigação em Governança, Competitividade e Políticas Públicas (GOVCOPP), da Universidade de Aveiro.

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