1957 Ming Chuan University (Taipeh) [temporarily known as Taipeh County] 1960 National Sports Training Centre Football Team (Taipeh) [founded as Lu Kuang (aka Army)] 1961 HASUS Taiwan Sports University (Taichung) [founded as National College of Physical Education] 1961 Molten Tso I (Taipeh) [founded as Taiwan Provincial College of Physical Education] 1968 Tainan County Taipeh PEC Asics [founded as Taipeh Physical Education College] Thunderbird SC (Kaohsiung) 1969 Taipeh City Tatung [founded as Ta Tung FC] 1973 Fei To (Taipeh) [aka Flying Camel Football Team; disbanded 1999] 1978 Kaohsiung County Tai Power (Fengshan) [founded as Taiwan Power Company FC] 1979 Animals FC (Taipeh) 1981 Yilan Youth FC (Yilan) [founded as National Yilan Senior High School Football Team9 1983 Real Lions FC (Taipeh) 198? Taipeh City Bank FC [disbanded 2000] 1986 I-Shou University (Kaohsiung) [founded as Kaohsiung Polytechnic Institute] 1987 Taiwan University (Taipeh) [founded on Jul 1 as Taiwan Sports University] 1991 100 Pacers International FC (Kaohsiung) [founded as Expat Football Team] 1997 National San Chung Senior High School Football Team (New Taipeh) 199? Taichung Compass FC 2000 Shi Chi SC (New Taipeh) 2001 National Central University SC (Zhongli) 2003 Taiwan Celts FC (Taipeh) Massive FC (Kaohsiung) Inter Taipei FC (Taipeh) 2005 Shongshan FC (Taipeh) 2006 Fubon Financial Football Team (Taipeh) [founded as China Steel] 2007 Taipei FC (Taipeh) 2012 Taichung City FC (Taichung) Hang Yuen FC (Tainan) [founded as Air Source Development FC] Royal Blues Taipei FC [founded as Rogues FC] 2017 Taicheng Lions FC [founded as FC Taicheng Academy]
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