The Tianjin Derbies (simplified Chinese: 天津德比; pinyin: Tiānjīn Débǐ) are various local derbies between the football teams of Tianjin. The term specifically refers to individual matches between the teams, but can also be used to describe the general rivalry between the different clubs.
As of 2021 season, there are one club in the Chinese Super League, China League One and China League Two that play in Tianjin:
Jingtie Locomotive F.C., established in 1950, is a former professional football club based in Tianjin with the longest history in the city, other former clubs in the highest league include Tianjin Tianhai F.C.(CSL 2017–2019). Tianjin Vanke Shine F.C.(Jia-B 1994-1995, 1997), Tianjin Lifei F.C.(Jia-B 2001), Tianjin Runyulong F.C.(China League One 2011) were formerly in the second-tier league.
|#||Date||Competition||Home team||Result||Away team||Location|
|1||1951.12.5||National Football Championship||North China||3-2||Railways||Tianjin|
|2||1953.2.25||National Football Championship||Railways||1-1||North China||Shanghai|
|3||1957.3.21||National League Division 1||Locomotive||1-2||Tianjin||Tianjin|
|4||1957.11.7||National League Division 1||Tianjin||3-0||Locomotive||Tianjin|
|5||1958.4.23||National League Division 1||Tianjin||0-0||Locomotive||Tianjin|
|6||1958.10.15||National League Division 1||Locomotive||2-1||Tianjin||Shanghai|
|7||1961.5.17||National Football Championship||Tianjin||1-0||Locomotive||Tianjin|
|8||1962.5.8||National League Division 1||Tianjin||1-1||Locomotive||Tianjin|
Statistics as of 23 October 1994.
|Matches||Tianjin (TEDA) wins||Draws||Locomotive wins||Tianjin goals||Locomotive goals|
|National League Division 1||5||2||2||1||7||4|
|National Football Championship||3||2||1||0||5||3|
|#||Date||Competition||Home team||Result||Away team||Location|
|1||2007.5.19||China League Two||Hohhot Binhai||1-0||Locomotive||Hohhot|
|2||2007.8.18||China League Two||Locomotive||4-0||Hohhot Binhai||Tianjin|
|3||2009.7.3||China League Two||Tianjin Songjiang||1-1||Locomotive||Tianjin|
|4||2009.9.19||China League Two||Locomotive||1-0||Tianjin Songjiang||Wuhan|
Statistics as of 19 September 2009.
|Matches||Locomotive wins||Draws||Songjiang (Tianhai) wins||Locomotive goals||Songjiang goals|
|China League Two||4||2||1||1||6||2|
|#||Date||Competition||Home team||Result||Away team||Stadium||Attendance|
|1||2017.5.27||2017 Chinese Super League||Tianjin Quanjian||3-0||Tianjin TEDA||Haihe Educational Football Stadium||25,527|
|2||2017.9.23||2017 Chinese Super League||Tianjin TEDA||4-1||Tianjin Quanjian||Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium||39,965|
|3||2018.3.18||2018 Chinese Super League||Tianjin TEDA||3-2||Tianjin Quanjian||Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium||21,666|
|4||2018.8.15||2018 Chinese Super League||Tianjin Quanjian||0-0||Tianjin TEDA||Haihe Educational Football Stadium||25,815|
|5||2019.4.13||2019 Chinese Super League||Tianjin TEDA||1-1||Tianjin Tianhai||Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium||31,243|
|6||2019.7.28||2019 Chinese Super League||Tianjin Tianhai||1-0||Tianjin TEDA||Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium||27,792|
Statistics as of 28 July 2019.
|Matches||TEDA wins||Draws||Tianhai wins||TEDA goals||Tianhai goals|
|Chinese Super League||6||2||2||2||8||8|
Below is the list of players who have scored goals in official matches (TEDA VS Tianhai only, former players included).
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