1899-05 Manila Sporting Club [aka All Manila] Paris Club Manila Jockey Club [football section] 1906 Sandow Athletic Club (Manila) [founded as Sandow Team] 1910 Bohemian SC (Manila) 1914 Manila Nomads SC [founded as Nomads SC Parañaque] 1919 Aurora Athletic Club (Manila) 1920 Circolo Social Deportivo (Manila) 1932 Cheng Hua Athletic Association (Manila) [aka Cheng Hua Tigers; merger of Shin Cheng and Tong Hua] 1949 Manila Lions FC 1960 Philippine Army FC (Manila) 1965 Blue Guards FC (Manila) 1982 Cimarron FC (Quezón City) [founded as Diliman FC] Ateneo FC (Manila) 1985 Lateo FC (Manila) 1991 Mendiola United FC (Manila) 1996 Kaya FC (Iloilo) [moved 2018 from Makati to Iloilo] Pasargad FC (Manila) Dolphins United FC (Manila) Taburnok FC (Damaguete City) 1997 Union FC (Manila) [founded as Union Fenosa] Sunken Garden United FC (Quezón City) 1998 Green Archers United FC (Muntinlupa) [founded as Alabang Grins] Pachanga FC (Taguig) 1999 San Carlos University (Cebu City) 2000 Manila Sudanese Club 2001 Stallion FC (Barotac Nuevo) 2002 Forza FC (Alabang) Stallion Laguna FC (Biñan) 2003 Baguio FC (Baguio City) 2004 Arirang FC (Bacolod) 2005 Flame United FC (Cavite) Team Socceroo FC (Parañaque) 2006 Loyola Meralco Sparks FC (Manila) 2007 Dolphins FC (Manila) [founded as PC Alumni FC] 2010 Global FC (Cebu) 2011 Carrigans FC (Quezón City) Cebu Queen City United FC (Cebu City) [dissolved 2013] Garuda FC (Quezón City) [founded Jun 19] 2012 Ceres Negros FC (Bacolod) JPV Marikina FC (Marikina) Santa Maria FC (Bulacan) [founded Dec 31] 2013 Manila Jeepney FC 2017 San Miguel Davao Aguilas FC (Davao) Ilocos United FC (Vigan)
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Author: Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 7 Feb 2019
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