NB: territory called Nyasaland during colonial era 189? Mandala Athletic Club [first football club in Nyasaland] 1896 Zomba Gymkhana Club [on Apr 9] Blantyre Sports Club [on Jul 3] 1920 Indian Sports Club (Blantyre) 1923 Limbe Country Club 1928 Goans Club 1930 Michiru Castles (Blantyre) [founded as Hardware Stars] 1947 Moyale Barracks FC (Mzuzu) 1962 Be Forward Wanderers FC (Blantyre) [founded as Yamaha Wanderers] 1965 Nyasa Big Bullets FC (Blantyre) [founded as Blantyre City] 1967 Moyale Barracks FC (Mzuzu) 1976 Red Lions FC (Zomba) 1977 Silver Strikers FC (Lilongwe) 1980 Azam Tigers FC (Blantyre) [founded as ADMARC Tigers] 1983 Malawi International Transport Company FC (Lilongwe) [aka MITCO FC] 1984 Tigers FC (Blantyre) 1988 Blue Eagles FC (Lilongwe) 1995 EPAC United FC [founded as Pakeeza FC] 1997 Mzuzu University FC Dwangwa United FC 2003 Mzuzu City Assembly FC Ntopwa FC 2004 Mitundu Strikers FC (Lilongwe) Mzuzu United FC [founded as Mzuzu Super Eagles] 2008 Blantyre United FC [founded as ESCOM Reserves] Karonga United FC 2013 Chanco FC (Zomba) [on Jan 14] [Chancellor College of Malawi] 2016 Lake Valley FC (Ntcheu) [aka Njuchi] Masters Security FC (Dezda) 2017 Dedza Dynamos
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