1936 Simba SC (Dar-es-Salaam) [founded as Queens, later called Eagles African Sports SC (Tanga) and Sunderland; current name since 1971] 1938 Feb 11 Young Africans FC (Dar-es-Salaam) [aka Yanga] 1948 Coastal Union SC (Tanga) 1952 Dodoma Railway African FC (Dodoma) 1956 Cosmopolitans (Dar-es-Salaam) [disbanded] 1972 Singida United FC (Singida) [founded as MTO Singida] 1973 Villa Squad FC (Dar-es-Salaam) 1975 Pan-African SC (Dar-es-Salaam) [as split-off from Young Africans] Red Star SC (Dar-es-Salaam) 1978 Maji Maji FC (Songea) 1982 (?) Kaloleni Rangers SC (Arusha) 1988 Mtibwa Sugar Sport FC (Turiani) Shein Rangers SC (Dar-es-Salaam) 1989 Ruvu Shooting Stars (Pvani) 1994 Rhino Rangers FC (Tabora) 2000 African Lyon FC (Dar-es-Salaam) [founded as Mbagara Market FC] 2004 Ashanti United SC (Dar-es-Salaam) 2005 Mbao FC (Mwanza) 2007 Jun 24 Azam FC (Dar-es-Salaam) 2008 Albino United (Dar-es-Salaam) 2010 Aug 24 Mtwila City Stars FC (Iringa) 2011 Aug 25 Mbeya City Council FC (Mbeya) Ndanda FC (Mtwara) 2012 Stand United (Shinyanga) 2013 Iringa United (Iringa) Biashara United Mara (Musoma) 2014 Kinondoni Municipal Council FC (Dar-es-Salaam) [founded as Tessema FC] 2015 Sahare All Stars (Tanga) 2020 Misitu FC (Lushoto) NB: a football match in Tanganyika was first record in the UMCA mission diary of Magila for 17 September 1884 (UMCA = Universities' Mission to Central Africa)
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