1896 Queen's Park CC St. James (Port of Spain) [football department; cricket club founded 1891] 1897 Clydesdale FC St. Clair (Port of Spain) Shamrock FC (Port of Spain) [disbanded 1967] 1904 Casuals FC (Port of Spain) 1904(?) Queen's Royal College (Port of Spain) 1905-08 Local Forces (Port of Spain) St. Mary's College (Port of Spain) 1913(?) Leaseholds FC (Port of Spain) 1917 Maple Club (Port of Spain) 1928 Everton FC (Port of Spain) 192? Sporting Club (Port of Spain) 1930 Caribs RFC (Port of Spain) [disbanded 1945] 1937 Colts FC (Port of Spain) [disbanded 1973] 1939 Fleet Air Arm FC (Port of Spain] 1942 Malvern United FC (Port of Spain) 1946 Dynamos SC Belmont (Port of Spain) [disdbanded 1963] 1956 T&TEC SC (San Fernando) [Trinidad & Tobago Electricity Commission] 1956(?) Luton Town [disbanded 1974] 1957 Mayaro Youths (Mayaro) 1961 Leeds FC Belmont (Port of Spain) [founded as Leeds United] 1962(?) Defence Force FC (Chaguaramas) [founded as Trinidad and Tobago Regiment FC] 1966(?) National Flour Mills Ltd. (Port of Spain) 1967 Point-Fortin Civic Centre FC (Point-Fortin) [merged 2008 with Southeast Drillers to FC South End] 1974 San Juan Jabloteh Sports Ltd. (San Juan) [disbanded 2012] 1975 Police FC (Saint James) 1979 Caledonia AIA (Malabar) [founded as Caledonian AIA] 1980 Saint Ann's Rangers FC [founded as Superstar Rangers FC] 1981 ALS Sports Club (Port of Spain) [Aviation Services Limited SC] 1984 Trintoc AC (Point Fortin) 1986 W Connection FC (Point Lisas) [founded as W(illiams) Connection SC] 1991 Club Sando (San Fernando) 1992 South West Drillers FC (Palo Seco) [founded as South West Institute of Football; merged 2005 with United Petrotrin FC (Pointe-à-Pierre)] Signal Hill United United Petrotrin FC (Pointe-à-Pierre) [merger of Trintoc FC and Trintopec FC] 1994 Chinapoo United PYC (Chinapoo) 1996 Joe Public FC (Tunapuna) WASA FC (Saint Joseph) [Water & Sewerage Authority] 1997 Tobago United FC (Scarborough) [founded as Royal Castle United; disbanded 2011] 1999 RSSR Football Academy (Port of Spain) [on 29 Mar] 2000 North East Stars FC (Sangre Grande) [merged 2016 with Mau Pau SC to Mau Pau Stars] 2001 South Starworld Strikers FC (Couva) [disbanded 2006] 2003 South Club (Palo Seco) 2007 Mau Pau Stars (San Fernando) [founded as Mau Pau SDC; merged 2016 with North East Stars FC to Mau Pau Stars] 2008 FC South End (Point Fortin) [merger of Southeast Drillers (Palo Seco) and Civic Centre FC; disbanded 2011] Cunupia FC 2012 Central FC (California)
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