1932 Jawalakheel Youth Club (Patan) Rani Pokhara Corner Team (Kathmandu) 1934 New Road Team (Kathmandu) 1951 Nepal Army Club (Kathmandu) [founded as Army XI Club; later called Tribhuvan Army Club] Sankata Boys SC (Kathmandu) 1952 Nepal Police Club (Kathmandu) [founded as Mahendra Police Club] Boys Union Club (Kathmandu) 1954 Ruslan Three Star Club (Patan) [founded as Three Star Club] 1972 May 16 NIBL Friends Club (Patan) [founded as Friends Club] Jawalakhel Youth Club (Patan) 1973 Machhindra FC (Kathmandu) 1974 Kathmandu Club 1975 Naxal Yuba Mandal (Kathmandu) 1977 Saraswoti Youth Club (Kathmandu) 1979 Boys Sports Club (Kathmandu) 1980 Mahindra Bansbari Club (Kathmandu) 1982 Manang Marsyangdi (Kathmandu) 1987 Munal Club (Chandragadhi) Brigade Boys Club (Patan) [founded as Boys Sport Club] 1994 Koilapani Polestar Club (Koilapani) 1997 Sangam Club (Pokhara) 1998 Galaxian Club (Kathmandu) 2001 Biratnagar FC Armed Police Force Club (Kathmandu) 2006 Sep 25 Himalayan Sherpa Club (Kathmandu) Madhayapur Youth Association (Bhaktapur) 2009 Jhapa XI FC (Birtamod) 2011 Boudha FC (Kathmandu) 2013 Budda Air Morang FC (Biratnagar) [founded as Morang XI FC] 2015 Far Western FC (Dhangadi) Jagdamba Lumbini FC (Siddhartanagar) NB: Patan also called Lalitpur.
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