Li Fenglou (Chinese: 李凤楼; June 15, 1912 – July 11, 1988) was a Chinese footballer and coach. As a player, he represented Zixing Football Team and North China, however he is predominantly remembered for being the People's Republic of China's first football coach as well as being the Chairman of the Chinese Football Association.

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  • Li Fenglou (Chinese: 李凤楼; June 15, 1912 – July 11, 1988) was a Chinese footballer and coach. As a player, he represented Zixing Football Team and North China, however he is predominantly remembered for being the People's Republic of China's first football coach as well as being the Chairman of the Chinese Football Association. (en)
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  • Li Fenglou (Chinese: 李凤楼; June 15, 1912 – July 11, 1988) was a Chinese footballer and coach. As a player, he represented Zixing Football Team and North China, however he is predominantly remembered for being the People's Republic of China's first football coach as well as being the Chairman of the Chinese Football Association. (en)
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