1924 Mountain Lion FC (Yangon) [founded as Ministry of Finance and Revenue] 2003 Shan United FC (Taunggyi) [founded as Kanbazwa FC (Taunggyi)] 2006 Chinland FC [founded as GFA FC] 2007 Yangon United FC (Yangon) [founded on Jul 18 as Air Bagan] 2009 Ayeyawady United FC (Yangon) [founded as Delta United FC] Dagon FC (Yangon) Hantharwady United FC (Yangon) [founded as Okkthar United FC] Magwe FC [founded as Magway FC] Myawady FC (Naypyitaw) Rakhine United FC (Sitwe) [founded as Rakhapura United FC] Southern Myanmar FC (Mawlamyaing) Yadanarbon FC (Mandalay) [on Apr 10] Zayar Shwe Myay FC (Monywa) 2010 Manaw Myay FC (Myitkyina) Naypyitaw FC Zwekapin United FC (Hpa-An) [aka Zwegabin United FC] 2012 Chin United FC (Yangon) City Yangon FC [founded as Horizon FC (Yangon)] Mawyawadi FC (Lashio) 2013 Chinland FC (Bago) [founded as Gospel for Asia FC] 2015 Sagaing United FC [founded as Mahar United FC (Sagaing)] Royal Thanlyin FC [founded as City Stars (Thanlyin)]
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