1912 Qo'qon 1912 FK [oldest football club from Uzbekistan and Central Asia] 1936 FK Spartak Toshkent 1946 SKA-Sibal Toshkent [founded as ODO Tashkent] FK Paxtakor Toshkent [founded as Spartak Tashkent] 1960 FK Metallurg Bekobod [founded as FK Bekabad] Buxoro FK [founded as Buhoro Bukhara] FK Neftchi Farg'ona [founded as Spartak Fergana] FK Dinamo Samarqand FC Surxon Termiz [founded as Tchigaratchi Termez] FK Yangier [founded as Zelinnik Yangier; merged 2005 with FK Guliston to Sirdaryo Guliston] 1962 FK Qimyogar Chirchiq [founded as Khimik Chirchik] 1963 FK Do'stlik Toshkent [founded as Politdotel Tashkent] 1964 Andijon FK [founded as Spartak Andishan] 1965 FK Zarafshon Navoiy 1966 Olmalyq FK [founded as Metallurg Almalyk] 1968 Qo'qon 1912 FK [founded as Mechnat Kokand] FK Traktor Toshkent [founded as Tashavtomash Tashkent] 1969 Sirdaryo Guliston [founded as Pachtatchi Gulistan] 1970 FK So'g'diana Jizzax [founded as FK Dzhizakh] 1972 FK Xorazm Urganch [founded as FK Yangiaryk] 1974 FK Turon Nukus [founded as Amu-Darya Nukus] 1976 FK Orol Nukus 1978 FK Nasaf Qarshi [founded as Karshistroj Karshi] Navbahor Namangan [founded as Tekstilschik Namangan] 1980 Atlashi Margilan 1984 FK Mash'al Muborek FK Qasansay [merged 2003 with Navbahor Namangan to Navbahor-2] 1986 Angren FK [founded as Shakter Angren] 1991 Shahrixon FK [founded as Shakhrikhonchi Shakhrikhan] 1994 Xilanzar Toshkent FK Qizilqum Zarafshon FK Sho'rtan Gu'zor 1995 Sementchy Quvasoy 1998 Academia Toshkent 2000 NBU Osiyo Toshkent 2001 Lokomotiv Toshkent
Sources included: http://www.weltfussballarchiv.de
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