1923 Mighty Blackpool FC (Freetown) [founded as Socro United] 1924 Regent Olympic FC (Freetown) [founded as Sierra Leone Grammar School] 192? East End GC (Freetown) SE Tyrants (Freetown ?) 1928 East End Lions FC (Freetown) 1945 Golden Dragons FC (Magburaka) 1950 Wusum Stars (Bombali) 1954 Bai Burreh Warriors (Port Loko) Diamond Stars FC (Kono) [founded as Diamond Stars FC (Kono) 1955 Kamboi Eagles FC (Kenema) [founded as Kenema District Club] 1958 Arsenal (Freetown) 196? Freetown City FC [founded as Santos; later called Bolton and then Freetown United] 1966 Bo Rangers FC (Bo) [founded as Kakura Rangers] No-Limit FC (Freetown) 1979 Estate Contractors FC (Freetown) [on Jan 1] 198? FC Kallon (Freetown) [founded as Sierra Fisheries FC] 1992 Gold Leopards FC (Freetown) 1993 Anti-Drugs Strikers FC (Newton) 1996 Black Half United (?) 2000 RSLAF FC (Makeni) [Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces] 2001 Shining Stars Sandlanders FC (Bo) 2004 FC Johansen (Freetown) Manchester City FC (Freetown) 2006 Central Parade FC (Freetown) [founded as Cenegal] Real Mack FC (Freetown) 2007 FC Kellie (Freetown) Roady FC (Freetown) Katara FC (Rokupr Town) [on Apr ?] Great Scarcies FC (Kambia) 2008 Kellie FC (Freetown) 2010 Freetown FC [founded as Black Stars FC] Limo FC (Rutile) Kholifa Stars FC (Magburaka) 2013 SV Werder Bremen FC (Freetown) [on Aug 9] Foday Boie FC (Freetown) Luawa FC (Freetown) 2014 Mamsul FC (Waterloo) [on Nov 20] SYL FC (Freetown ?) AIK Freetong (Freetown ?) 2015 Lion Pride FC (Freetown ?) [on Sep ?] 2016 Success Founation FC (Freetown) King Kong FC (Freetown) Amida FC (Port Loko) 2018 Sierra FC (Angola Town Community, Freetown) Tornado FC (Freetown) 2019 Bhantal FC (Freetown) Hillside Football Academy (Freetown) 2020 FC Beckham 7/23 Academy (Freetown) Sewa Eagles FC 2023 Kaka FC (Magburaka) [in Jan] Women Club Foundation Dates 1974 Sierra Leone Correctional Service SC (Freetown) [founded as Prison Sports] 2002 Bullom Queens FC (Mahera) [on Feb 21] Suba United FC (Makeni) 2004 Mogbwemo Queens FC (Bonthe) 2008 Rising Queens FC (Makeni) Njaluahun Queens FC 2009 Skyrich FC [on May 30] 2010 Kahunla Queens FC 2011 Central Queen’s FC [on Dec ?] 2013 Yes for Women FC [on Jun 10] Ram Kay FC (Bo) 2018 Lungi Queens FC [on Aug 16]
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