1911 Sep 11 Nsambya FC (Kampala) [oldest football club of East Africa] 1938 Railway African Club (Kampala) 1957 Oct Express FC (Kampala) [aka Red Eagles FC] 196? Coffee United SC (Kakira) [merged 1997 with Kakira Sugar Works FC] 1963 Kampala City Council FC 1965 Uganda Police FC (Kampala) Kakira Sugar Works FC Maroons FC (Luzira) 1968 Simba FC (Kampala) [founded as SC Simba] 1969 Bunamwaya SC (Wakiso) [aka Vipers] Kinyara Sugar FC 197? Mbale Heroes FC [founded as Gangama United] 1970 Mbarara United FC 1971 Lugazi FC [merger of Uganda Sugar Factory FC and SCOUL FC] 1972 Umeme FC (Jinja) [founded as Uganda Electricity Board SC (aka UEB)] 1975 SC Villa (Kampala) [founded as Nakivubo Boys] 1982 Iganga Town Council FC 1984 Mutundwe Sandlanders FC (Kampala) [founded as Mutundwe Lions FC] 1989 Sharing Youth FC (Kampala) 1994 Water FC (Kampala) [founded as Maji FC] 1996 Uganda Taxi Operator and Driver Association FC (Kampala) [aka UTODA FC] 1997 Uganda Revenue Authority FC (Kampala) [aka URA FC] Kosovo SC (Mukono) 1998 Black Rhinos FC (Lira) Tororo Rock Stars FC 1999 Masaka Local Council FC Horizon FC (Kabale) 200? Gulu United FC [founded as Gulu Black Rangers FC] 2001 Children Restoration Outreach FC (Mbale) [aka CRO FC] Victors FC (Kampala) 2003 Bugerere FC Hoima FC (Busia) 2004 Young Franciscans of Uganda FC (Lira) [aka Youfra FC] 2005 Boroboro Tigers FC [founded as Boroboro Holy Hill FC] 2006 Proline FC (Buikwe) [founded as Nalubaale FC] 2008 Bidco FC (Jinja) 2011 SC Victoria University (Kampala) [aka SCVU]
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