|Full name||Hao Junmin|
|Date of birth||24 March 1987|
|Place of birth||Wuhan, Hubei, China|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1998–2001||Wuhan Football School|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 11 June 2019|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 11 June 2019
Hao Junmin started his football career with Tianjin Teda when he made his debut for the club on 15 September 2004 in a 2-0 win against Liaoning Zhongyu. This was then followed by his first goal for the club on 28 November 2004 in a 5-1 win against Liaoning Zhongyu. He would establish himself as a regular for the club and aided them to a fourth-place finish in the 2005 season. This saw not only his importance towards the team but the following seasons would see him personally rise towards predominance when he would win the Chinese Football Association Young Player of the Year award in both 2006 and 2007. His talent would then start to shine when he aided Tianjin to finish high enough for them to qualify for the club's first ever AFC Champions League campaign during the 2008 season.
On 22 January 2010, Hao left Tianjin Teda to sign with Bundesliga side Schalke 04. He made his debut for the club on 6 March 2010 in a 4-1 win against Eintracht Frankfurt, becoming the first Chinese footballer to ever play for Schalke 04. He was originally given the shirt number 7, but was asked to surrender it when Raúl was signed on 28 July 2010. Hao, being a longtime fan of the legendary Spanish striker, happily obliged and received the number 8 shirt instead.
On 8 July 2011, Hao transferred to Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng even though he still had one year remaining on his contract with Schalke 04. Hao suffered an injury during preseason training and was out for the majority of the 2013 season. He made his first appearance of the season back from injury on 10 August 2013 in a 3-2 win against Shanghai Shenhua.
Hao worked his way up by first playing for the Chinese under-17 national team in the 2003 FIFA U-17 World Championship and then progressed to the Chinese under-20 national team that took part in 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship. His performances were good enough for him to join the national team to play in the 2005 East Asian Cup where he made his debut on 3 August 2005 in a 2-2 draw against Japan. Under then manager Zhu Guanghu, his international career would flourish; however, he was not called up for the 2007 AFC Asian Cup due to illness. In 2008, Hao was eligible to play for the 2008 Summer Olympics squad where he started two of the three group games in the tournament.
- As of 1 June 2019
|Club performance||League||Cup||League Cup||Continental||Others||Total|
|China PR||League||FA Cup||CSL Cup||Asia||Others||Total|
|2004||Tianjin Teda||Chinese Super League||10||1||0||0||0||0||-||-||10||1|
|China PR||League||FA Cup||CSL Cup||Asia||Others1||Total|
|2011||Shandong Luneng||Chinese Super League||12||1||1||0||-||-||-||13||1|
1Other tournaments include Chinese FA Super Cup.
- As of 1 September 2015 
- Scores and results list China's goal tally first.
|1||23 February 2008||Olympic Sports Center, Chongqing, China||North Korea||3–1||3–1||2008 EAFF Championship|
|2||25 May 2008||Kunshan Stadium, Kunshan, China||Jordan||1–0||2–0||Friendly|
|3||21 January 2009||Yellow Dragon Sports Center, Hangzhou, China||Vietnam||5–1||6–1||2011 AFC Asian Cup qualifier|
|4||29 May 2009||Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai, China||Germany||1–0||1–1||Friendly|
|5||25 July 2009||Olympic Center Stadium, Tianjin, China||Kyrgyzstan||2–0||3–0||Friendly|
|2 January 2011||Al Gharafa Stadium, Doha, Qatar||Iraq||1–0||3–2||Friendly1|
|6||16 January 2011||Al Gharafa Stadium, Doha, Qatar||Uzbekistan||2–2||2–2||2011 AFC Asian Cup|
|7||23 July 2011||Tuodong Stadium, Kunming, China||Laos||5–2||7–2||2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier|
|9||6 September 2011||Amman International Stadium, Amman, Jordan||Jordan||1–2||1–2||2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier|
|10||29 February 2012||Guangzhou University City Stadium, Guangzhou, China||Jordan||1–0||3–1||2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier|
|3 January 2015||Campbelltown Stadium, Campbelltown, Australia||Oman||1–1||4–1||Friendly1|
|12||1 September 2016||Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul, South Korea||South Korea||2–3||2–3||2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier|
|1:Non FIFA 'A' international match|
- Chinese Football Association Young Player of the Year: 2005, 2007
- Chinese Super League Team of the Year: 2005, 2007, 2017
- In isolation, 俊 is pronounced [tɕŷn].
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