1900 Futebol Clube Onze Bravos di Maqui (Luena) 1915 Sporting Clube de Benguela 1919 Ginásio Clube da Torre do Tombo [24 Jun 1919] [*3] Independente Sport Clube (Tômbwa) [founded as Independente Sport Clube 1920 Sporting Clube de Luanda de Porto Alexandre] 1922 Sport e Benfica (Luanda) Sporting Clube de Lubango Atlético Clube de Namibe [14 Jun 1922] [*1] [founded as Aristocrata Club] Sporting Clube de Namibe [ 1 Jul 1922] [*2] [founded as Sporting Club Leitão] 1931 Sport Huambo e Benfica (Huambo) 1936 Sport Namibe e Benfica (Namibe) [10 Sep 1936] [*3] [founded as Sport Lisboa e Mossãmedes] 1941 Sporting Clube do Lobito [founded as Lobito Sports Club] 1942 Grupo Desportivo Recreativo do Libolo (Calulo) 1944 Clube Recreativo de Caála [24 Jun 1944] 1950 Sport Lubango e Benfica (Lubango) [founded as Deportivo de Chela] 1953 Grupo Desportivo Atlético Sport Aviação (Luanda) 1955 Atlético Petróleos do Huambo [as Atlético de Nova Lisboa or Clube Desportivo da Huíla (Lubango) Desportivo Sonangol] Estrela Clube Primeiro de Maio (Benguela) Futebol Clube de Cabinda 1963 Clube Académica Social Escola do Zangado (Luanda) 1974 Académica Petróleos do Lobito 1975 Sporting Clube Petróleos de Cabinda Progresso Associação Sambizanga (Luanda) [merger of Juventude Unida do Bairro Alfredo, 1977 Clube Deportivo Primeiro de Agosto (Luanda) Juventista and Vaza] 1979 Grupo Desportivo Interclube (Luanda) [22 Jun 1979] [other sources: 1953] 1980 Atlético Petróleos do Huambo [ 5 Jan 1980] [merger of Atlético de Nova Lisboa and Atlético Petróleos de Luanda Desportivo Sonangol] 1987 Académia Petróleos do Kwanda (Soyo) 1994 Kabuscorp Sport Clube do Palanca (Luanda) 2002 Santos Futebol Clube de Angola (Luanda) [*1] Aristocrata Club, founded 14 Jun 1922 as the third club of the Moçâmedes district (after Ginásio Clube da Torre do Tombo and Independente Sport Clube de Porto Alexandre), became known as Royal Atlético Clube; following a legal interdiction to use that name they were renamed Atlético Clube de Moçâmedes on 14 Jul 1922; this club later became known as Atlético Clube de Namibe after independence when town and district of Moçâmedes were renamed Namibe. [*2] Sporting Club Leitão were founded on 1 Jul 1922, renamed Sporting Clube de Portugal on 2 Aug 1922 and Sporting Club de Moçâmedes on 22 May 1923; this club later became known as Sporting Clube de Namibe after independence when town and district of Moçâmedes were renamed Namibe. [*3] following a conflict between a number of players and directors of Ginásio Clube da Torre do Tombo, the players founded Sport Lisboa e Mossãmedes on 10 Sep 1936, later renamed Sport Moçâmedes e Benfica; this club later became known as Sport Namibe e Benfica after independence when town and district of Moçâmedes were renamed Namibe.
Sources: http://www.weltfussballarchiv.com/, http://sportingcp.home.sapo.pt/filiaisnucleos.htm, http://princesa-do-namibe.blogspot.com/2007/02/no-deserto-do-namibe-momedes.html, http://www.ogol.com.br/
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