|Champions||Shandong Luneng Taishan|
|AFC Champions League|
|Biggest home win||Changchun 6–0 Guangzhou (Oct 11)|
|Biggest away win||Changsha 1–5 Qingdao (Oct 11)|
The 2008 Chinese Super League (known as the Kingway 2008 Chinese Super League for sponsorship reasons) was the 5th season since the establishment of the Chinese Super League and the 15th season of the professional football league in China. Super League was expanded to 16 clubs. Shandong Luneng Taishan won their 3rd title at the end of this season.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Shandong Luneng Taishan (C)||30||18||9||3||54||25||+29||63||2009 AFC Champions League Group stage|
|2||Shanghai Shenhua Liansheng||30||17||10||3||58||29||+29||61|
|5||Shaanxi Neo-China Chanba||30||15||7||8||41||29||+12||52|
|7||Guangzhou GPC Zhongyi||30||10||10||10||41||42||−1||40|
|8||Qingdao Shengwen Jonoon||30||10||9||11||39||36||+3||39|
|12||Shenzhen Xiangxue Shangqingyin||30||8||9||13||35||34||+1||33|
|15||Liaoning Whowin (R)||30||6||9||15||34||47||−13||27||Relegation to China League One|
|16||Wuhan South Asia Optics Valley||30||0||0||30||0||90||−90||0||Withdrew from the league and folded|
|Beijing Guoan||Beijing Fengtai Stadium||31,000||14,641|
|Changchun Yatai||Changchun City Stadium||38,000||5,797|
|Changsha Ginde||Helong Stadium||55,000||6,645|
|Chengdu Blades||Chengdu Sports Center||42,000||12,378|
|Dalian Haichang||Jinzhou Stadium||30,000||7,900|
|Guangzhou GPC||Yuexiushan Stadium||22,000||19,624|
|Henan Construction||Zhengzhou Hanghai Stadium||30,000||16,267|
|Liaoning Whowin||Tiexi New District Sports Center||26,800||11,733|
|Qingdao Jonoon||Qingdao Tiantai Stadium||30,000||6,600|
|Shaanxi Chanba||Shaanxi Coca-Cola Stadium||57,000||24,625|
|Shandong Luneng Taishan||Shandong Provincial Stadium||43,700||26,501|
|Shanghai Shenhua||Hongkou Stadium||35,000||11,510|
|Shenzhen Xiangxue||Shenzhen Stadium||32,500||6,400|
|Tianjin Teda||TEDA Football Stadium||37,500||14,007|
|Wuhan Guanggu||Xinhua Road Sports Center||36,000||12,556|
|Zhejiang Greentown||Yellow Dragon Sports Center||51,000||12,188|
|Team||Manager||2nd Manager||3rd Manager|
|Shandong Luneng Taishan|
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