1937 FK Istaravshan (Istaravshan) 1947 CSKA Dushanbe [founded as ODO Stalinabad; merged 2007 with SKA Pomir Dushanbe to CSKA Pomir Dushanbe) 1950 CSKA Pomir (Dushanbe) [founded as Bolshevik Dushanbe; merged 2007 with CSKA Dushanbe to CSKA Pomir Dushanbe] FK Hosilot (Farxor) [founded as Farxor FK; dissolved 2017] FK Regar-TadAZ (Tursunzade) [founded as FK Metallurg Tursunsoda] 1955 Lokomotiv-Pomir (Dushanbe) [founded as Lokomotiv; merged 2017 with FK Pomir] 1958 FK Sitora (Dushanbe) [dissolved 1997] 1960 FK Khatlon (Bokhtar) [founded as FK Vahsh (Qurghonteppa)] 1965 FK Ravshan (Kulob) [founded as FK Ansol Kulyab] 1969 FK Kand (Kanibodom) [founded as Ittigator Kanibadam] 1970 FK Chashma (Shahritus) 1973 FK Pandzhsher (Balkh) [founded as Trud Kolhozabad] 1976 FK Hujand (Hujand) [founded as FK Chujand Leninabad] 1981 FK Zaravshon (Pandshakent) 1992 FK Saikhun (Hujand) [dissolved 1993] FK Hulbuk (Vose) [founded as FK Ranjbar Vose] 1995 FK Dynamo (Dushanbe) 1996 FK Varzob (Dushanbe) 1999 Tajik Telekom (Qurghonteppa) 2001 FK Parvoz (Bobojon Gafurov) [founded as FK Aviator Chkalovsk] 2006 FK Barki Tajik (Dushanbe) [founded as FK Energetik] 2007 FK Guardia (Dushanbe) [dissolved 2012] FK Istiqlol (Dushanbe) 2009 FK Xayr (Vahdat) 2011 FK Daleron-Uruteppa (Istravshan) [founded as FK Darleron Istravshan] FC Kuktos (Rudaki)
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