1935 Mukura Victory Sports FC (Butare) [oldest football club of Rwanda; founded as Loisirs; 1945 renamed Victoria FC; newly founded May 26, 1963 under the current name] 1959 Rwanda FC (Kigali) 1962 Etincelles FC (Gisenyi) 1964 May 11 Kiyovu Sports Association (Kigali) 1965 Panthères Noirs (Kigali) [founded as Garde National; dissolved 1989] 1968 May 25 Rayon Sports (Nyanza) 197? Nyanza FC [merged 2012 with Rayon Sports FC] 198? Etincelles FC (Gisenyi) Mukungwa FC (Ruhengeri) Flash FC (Gitarama) Zèbres FC (Byumba) Espoir FC (Cyangugu) 1993 Armée Patriotique Rwandaise FC (Kigali) [aka APR] 1996 Espérance FC (Kigali) 1998 Renaissance FC (Kigali) [merged 2003 with Les Citadins FC to Kigali City FC] 2000 Rwanda National Police FC (Kigali) 2003 AS Kigali [founded 2003 as Kigali City FC as merger of Les Citadins FC and Renaissance FC] 2006 Bugesera FC (Nyamata) 2006 Electrogaz FC (Kigali) Umuraybo FC (Rwamagana) [dissolved 2007] 2020 Feb EPE2 (Kigali) 2021 Aug Gasogi United FC (Kigali) Women Club Foundation Dates 2001 Inyemera WFC AS Kigali FC [founded as Les Citadins FC; present name since 2005] 2009 Rambura WFC Mutunda WFC (Butare) Kamonyi WFC Indahangarwa WFC (Rwamagana) 2012 Youvia WFC (Kigali) 2013 Freedom de Gakenke WFC 2014 Rugende WFC
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