Senegal - List of Foundation Dates

1913  US de Dakar
      Artistique de Dakar
1921  USTD (Dakar)                  [Union sportive des tireurs de Dakar]
      ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar)      [on 9 Sep 1921]
1933  Foyer France Sénégal (Dakar)  [on 3 May 1933; became Jaraaf (Diaraf) 1969]
      US Gorée
1935  Diane (Saint-Louis)
1939  Espoir de Saint-Louis         [on 19 Jun 1939; merged 1969 into ASC La Linguère St.-Louis] 
1941  ASC SUNEOR (Diourbel)         [founded as SEIB Diourbel]
1946  La Saint-Louisienne           [on 13 Jun 1946; merged 1969 into ASC La Linguère St.-Louis] 
      Grand Air (Saint-Louis)
1951  Réveil de Saint-Louis         [in March; merged 1969 with Gaieté Club and Avenir to Barack de Saint-Louis]
      US de Ouakam (Dakar)          [founded as Union Sportive Ouakamoise] 
1955  Gaieté Club (Saint-Louis)     [merged 1969 with Réveil and Avenir to Barack de Saint-Louis]
      AS de Pikine                  [founded as USAC de Pikine] 
1957  Dakar Université Club         [DUC] 
1960  Stade de Mbour        
      Modèle de Mbao 
      Casa Sport (Ziguinchor)       [founded as Foyer des Jeunes de Casamance]   
1965  AS Forces Armées (Dakar)      [ASFA] 
      AS Cambérène
      Flamenco (Pikine)             [merged 1974 with Soleil and Paris Germain to ASC Jambars de Pikine]
1968  SONACOS (Diourbel)            [founded as SEIB Diourbel]
1969  ASDC Almadies (Dakar)         [merger of US de Ouakam (temporarily), Olympic de Ngor and Espoir de Yoff] 
      ASC Jaraaf (Dakar)            [on 20 Sep 1969; evolved out of Foyer France Sénégal]
      ASC La Linguère (Saint-Louis) [on 9 Sep 1969; merger of La Saint-Louisienne and Espoir de Saint-Louis]   
      Barack de Saint-Louis         [merger of Gaieté Club, Avenir and Réveil de Saint-Louis]  
      ASEC Ndiambour (Louga) 
      ASC Saltigues (Rufisque)             
1974  ASC Jambars de Pikine         [merger of Flamenco, Soleil and Paris Germain]  
      ASC Manko (Dahra-Djiolof)
1976  AS Douanes (Dakar)            [on Jan 16] 
      AS Diecko (Dakar)
1979  ASC Kansala 
1981  ASC Niary Tally (Dakar)       [on Feb 12]
      AS Sucrière de la Réunion (Richard Toll)
1982  ASC Yeggo (Dakar)
1983  AS Port Autonome (Dakar)
      SENELEC (Louga)    
1985  ASC Liberté 4 (Dakar)
      ASC Sangomar (Fatick)         [merger of SC Dialogue and Super Etoile]
1986  ASC Touré Kounda (Mbour) 
1991  ASC HLM (Dakar)
1993  FC Guédiawaye (Dakar)
1995  ASC Yakaar (Rufisque) 
1996  ASC Saloum (Kaolack)          [merger of AS Kaolack and ASC Mbossé Kaolack]
1999  Racing Club de Dakar
2000  Académie Génération Foot (Dakar)  
2001  ASC Xam-Xam (Dakar) 
2003  Diambars FC (Saly)            [founded in Feb]
2005  AS Dakar Sacré-Cœur            
2012  Bargny MS
2020  Builders FC (Dakar)


Women Club Foundation Dates

1970  Gazelles de la Municipalité de Dakar
1976  Dorades de Mbour
1977  Tandems de Kaolack            [founded as Garniers de Kaolack]
1978  Abeilles de Bignona
      Tigresses de Ziguinchor       [disbanded]
1979  Colombes Pie XII de Kaolack   [disbanded]
1987  Sirènes de Grand-Yoff (Dakar)
1991  Aigles de la Médina (Dakar)   [founded as Chattes de Dakar]
1996  FC Croisement de Yarakh (Dakar)
1999  Lycée Ameth Fall de St.-Louis
2002  UCAS de Sédhiou               [founded as Abeilles de Sédhiou]
      Amazones de Kolda



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