[* = first mentioned in that year, but possibly founded earlier] Note that the Gambian capital Bathurst was renamed Banjul on Apr 24, 1973. 1940 Augustinians FC (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Bathurst Heroes * [dissolved] Black Diamonds (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Dingareh FC (Bathurst) * [dissolved 1981] East End Lions (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Gambia Regiment (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Hotspur (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Medical FC (Bathurst) * [founded as Medical XI; dissolved] MSU (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Navy (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Police FC (Bathurst) * [dissolved] RAF (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Rainbow FC (Bathurst) * [dissolved] School XI (Bathurst) * [dissolved] United Africa Company FC (Bathurst) * [UAC; dissolved 1987] Young Lions (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Gambia United FC (Bathurst) [dissolved] 1954 Atomic FC (Bathurst) * 1955 Casuals FC (Bathurst) * Starling FC (Bathurst) * [dissolved] Bathurst Wanderers FC * 1959 Blackpool FC (Kanifing) * British Council (Bathurst) * Cape FC (Bakau) * Foyer FC (Bathurst) * Serekunda FC * 1966 Adonis FC (Banjul) * [founded as Arrance FC Bathurst; dissolved 1976] 1967 Black Stars FC* Freezens FC * Mansa Musa FC * Starlighrt Gunners (Bathurst) * [founded as Starlight Gunners Banjul] Real de Banjul FC [founded as Benson & Hedges FC Bathurst] 1969 Comets FC * White Phantoms (Bathurst) * Wallidan FC (Banjul) [founded as Wallidan FC Bathurst] 1971 Kunda FC * [founded as Kwame FC] 1973 Gambian Ports Authority FC (Banjul) Banjul Hawks FC [founded as Mabella FC] 1974 Benfica FC * Eben * 1978 Young Africans FC (Banjul) * Ndemban FC * Swallows FC * 10 GT/LOGT * Tesito FC (Banjul) * Steve Biko FC (Bakau) 1979 Blue Diamonds Kondorong * Farimang * 1980 Stinger FC (Banjul) 1981 Flamenins FC (Kanifing) * 1982 Bakau United FC 1984 Charen FC * Columbus Travel Agency * Dagudan FC * Hammers FC * Linguere FC * Mandela FC * Ndanaan FC * Waterside FC * 1988 Roots FC * 1989 Armed Forces FC (Banjul) 1991 Peak Marwich * 1994 Latdior FC (Bakau) * [founded as SK Jaiteh FC] Dabanani FC * Fankata * Justice (Brikama) * Kaira Silo (Jeshwang) * Mass Soseh (Banjul) * [merger of Bombada FC and Joggifans FC] Ndukuman FC * Sukuta Tigers * Africell FC (Bakau) [founded as Sait Matty FC] 1997 NPE (Sukuta) * 1998 GAMTEL FC (Banjul) * Old Jeshwang (Jeshwang) * Sky Power (Brikama) * S/K East-Bi FC (Serekunda) Young Africans FC (Banjul) 1999 Nama Young United FC * Rising Stars (Latri Kunda) * Serekunda United * Happalen FC (Serekunda East) [founded as Nguma FC] 2000 Future Group * Municipal United (Kanifing) * 2001 Interior FC (Serekunda West) * 2002 Tallinding United (Kanifing) * 2003 Ham Ham (Serekunda West) * [founded as Stuttgart FC] Serekunda Central * Samger FC (Kanifing) Fortune FC (Farata) Brikama United FC 2004 Jupiters FC (Lamin) * 2005 Jambanjelly FC * Marimoo FC (Serekunda) [founded as Sea View FC (Fajara)] 2006 PSV Wellingara (Wellingara) [temporarily known as Kexx United] 2008 Serekunda United FC 2009 Banjul United FC 2012 Team Rhino (Manjai) Bombada United FC (Brikama) 2015 B.K. West United (Bakoteh, Kanifing) WAA Banjul FC 2016 Wagadu FC Sporting Real (Banjul)
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