Accra 1910 [D] Invincibles 1911 Hearts of Oak [on Nov 11] 1924 Accra Standfast 1954 Great Olympics [founded in Apr] 1966 [D] Real Republicans 1994 Tudu Mighty Jets FC 1996 Liberty Professionals FC International Allies FC 1997 Zaytuna FC United [on Dec 17 as Stay Cool] 1998 Nania FC Accra (Legon) 1999 Right to Dream Academy Vision FC [founded as Eleven Strangers] 2009 Dreams FC 2015 Accra Lions FC [on Dec 12] Aiyinase 2013 Karela United FC [on Oct 1] Akim Oda 2003 Kotoku Royals FC 2010 Akim Oda Sunderland Football Academy [founded Jul] Bechem 1966 Bechem United FC Berekum 1995 Berekum Arsenal FC 2000 Berekum Chelsea FC [on Jan 10 as Semereka FC] Bibiani 1998 Bibiani Gold Stars FC Bolgatanga 1993 Bolgatanga All Stars [on Feb 27] Bolgatanga Manchester City FC Buduburam 2001 Buduburam FC Cape Coast 1903 [D] Excelsior 1932 Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs FC [founded as Essienimpong Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs FC; ordered to be liquidated by high court in July 2019 (appeal running)] Dawu 1987 Dawu Youngsters Dormaa Ahenkro 1985 Aduana Stars FC Elmina 1998 Elmina Sharks FC [founded as Coconut Grove Sharks FC] Ho 2006 Dynamo FC Keta 2002 Keta Sandlanders FC Koforidua 1954 Eastern Rovers FC Kpandu 2002 Heart of Lions FC Kumasi 1924 Asante Kotoko [founded as Rainbow FC; later known as Ashanti United and Titanics] 1931 Cornerstones [on Jun 16] 1956 King Faisal Babies FC [founded as King Faisal FC] 1980 Auroras Legon 1998 FC Nania Obuasi 1978 Ashanti Gold SC [founded as Obuasi Goldfields SC] Prampram 1970 Prampram Mighty Royals FC Prestea 1965 Prestea Mines Star FC [on Mar 6] Sekondi-Takoradi 1919 Eleven Wise 1931 Sekondi Hasaacas FC [founded as Fanti United] 1957 Ghana Independence FC [dissolved 1966] 2009 Takoradi FC Paa Grant Soccer Academy Sogakope 1972 West Africa Football Academy SC [founded als Feyenoord Academy (Gomoa Fetteh)] 2008 [D] Red Bull Ghana [dissolved 2014) Suhum 1996 Maxbees FC Sunyani 1959 Brong Ahafo Stars FC [on Apr 4] 1960 Brong Ahafo FC 1963 Tano Bofoakwa FC Tamale 1953 Gbewaa FC [merged 1976 with Northern United FC and Savannah Stars to Real Tamale United] Savannah Stars [merged 1976 with Gbewaa FC and Northern United FC to Real Tamale United] 1973 Northern United FC [merged 1976 with Gbewaa FC and Savannah Stars to Real Tamale United] 1976 Real Tamale United merger of Gbewaa FC, Northern United FC and Savannah Stars] Tarkwa 2002 Medeama SC [founded Apr 18 as Kessben FC] 2008 Emmanuel Stars FC [founded as FC Medeama] Tema 1966 [D] Tema Hurricans FC [dissolved 1968] 1991 [D] Roadmasters 1996 International Allies FC [founded in Oct] 1997 [D] Real Sportive [dissolved 2009] 2005 Tema Youth FC 2010 Amidaus Professionals FC Wa 2006 Wa All Stars FC [founded Jan; merger of Freedom Stars FC, Veterans FC and Wa United FC] Wenchi 2007 Wenchi SC [founded as Unity Sporting Club] [D] denotes club was later dissolved NB: Excelsior (Cape Coast) were the first club founded in Ghana (known as Gold Coast at the time). Other clubs to have been founded early in the 20th century and apparently now dissolved: Accra: Energetics, Never Miss, Royalists, Osu Pioneers, Africa, Wolves (all 'by 1912'); Cape Coast: Evertons, Blankson’s XI, Sports, Swallows, Rose XI, Bolton Wanderers, Judges, Gardens, Titanics, Majestics Sekondi-Takoradi: Mosquitos, Western Wanderers, Jericho, Railway Apprentices, Ga United
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