192? Buddhist Young Men's Association [disbanded 1925] Chundo FC [withdrew 1921 from the ACFC in protest of the unsportsmanlike behavior of opponents from Pyongyang and did not participate in any major football championship after this affair] Chosun FC 1925 Heungup Club (Kyungsung) 1931 Honkuk University (Seoul) 1933 Seoul FC [founded as Kyungsung FC; dissolved 1950-53] 1939 Hanyang University (Seoul) 1943 Incheon Korail FC [founded as Korea National Railroad FC] 1945 Daejeon Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power FC [founded as Kyungsung Electric FC] Army Office of the Provost Marshal General [dissolved] 1946 Seoul City FC [dissolved 2003] 1947 Chosun Jeonup [Electricity Company] 1948 Myongji University (Seoul) 1949 Kyung Hee University (Seoul) 1950 Korea Coal Corporation FC (Seoul) [dissolved] 1954 Army Logistics Command FC (Seoul) [dissolved] 1956 Daegu University Korea Tungsten Company FC (Yeongwol) [dissolved 2012] 1962 Cheil Industries FC (Daegu) [dissolved 1971] 1967 Korea Housing and Commercial Bank (Seoul) [dissolved] Yangzee FC (Seoul) [dissolved 1970] 1969 Industrial Bank of Korea FC (Seoul) [dissolved 1997] Kookmin Bank FC (Seoul) [dissolved 1997] Korea Exchange Bank FC (Seoul) [dissolved 1998] 1970 Hanil Bank FC (Seoul) [dissolved 1997] 1973 Pohang Steelers FC [founded as POSCO FC] 1973 Ajou University 1979 Incheon National University 1980 Ansan Hallelujah FC [founded as Hallelujah Soccer Team on Dec 20; dissolved 1998] 1982 Jeju United FC [founded as Yukon FC] 1983 Busan I'Park [founded as Daewoo Royals] FC Seoul [founded as Lucky Goldstar FC on Dec 22] Ulsan Hyundai FC [founded as Hyundai Horang-i FC] Goyang Hi FC [founded as Immanuel FC] 1984 Sangju Sangmu FC [founded as Sangmu FC on Jan 11] 1989 Seongnam FC [founded as Chunma FC on Mar 18] 1992 E-Land Puma FC (Seoul) [dissolved 1998] 1994 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC (Jeonju) [founded as Jeonbuk Dinos FC] 1995 Suwon Samsung Bluewings FC Chunnam Dragons FC (Gwangyang) Bucheon FC 1995 1996 Hanil Life Insurance FC (Seoul) [dissolved 1998] Police FC (Seoul) 1997 Daejeon Citizen FC 1998 Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Dolphin FC [dissolved 2016] Changwon United FC [founded as Changwon Dudea FC] 1999 Chungju Hummel FC Gangneung City FC 2002 Daegu FC Seoul Pabal FC [founded as Eunpyeong Chunggu Sungshim Hospital FC; dissolved 2008] 2003 Incheon United FC Suwon FC [founded as Suwon City FC on Mar 15] Cheongju Jikji FC 2004 Cheonan FC 2005 Changwon City FC Yesan United FC Asan Citizen FC [founded as Asan FC] Jeonju Ongoeul [dissolved 2010] 2006 Gyeongnam FC (Changwon) Busan Transportation Corporation FC Samcheok Shinwoo Electronics FC [dissolved 2011] Hongcheon Idu FC [founded as Yeosu Ingnex FC] 2007 Cheonan City FC Gwangju Gwangsan FC Gyeongju Citizen FC Jeonju EM FC Namyangju United FC Seoul United FC Yangju Citizen FC Yongin Citizen FC [dissolved 2011] 2008 Gangwon FC Gimhae City FC Goyang Citizen FC 2009 Mokpo City FC Icheon Citizen FC Seoul FC Martyrs 2010 Gwangju FC Yongin City FC Chuncheon FC Jeionnam Yeonggwang FC 2012 Goyang Kookmin Bank FC Jungnang Churus Mustang FC Paju Citizen FC Women Club Foundation Dates 1993 Incheon Hyundai Steel Red Angels 2002 Icheon Daekyo WFC (Goyang) 2004 Seoul Metropolitan Government Amazones WFC 2007 Busan Sangmu WFC 2008 Suwon City Facilities Management Corporation WFC 2011 Daejeon Sportstoto WFC Hwacheon Korea Sports Promotion Foundation WFC
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