1914 Shabanie Mine FC (Zvishavane) 1926 Zimbabwe Highlanders FC (Bulawayo) [founded as Lions FC] Zimbabwe Republic Police FC (Harare) [founded as Black Mambas FC (Salisbury)] 1931 Zimbabwe Saints FC (Bulawayo) [merger of several teams which had their origins from Shona speaking areas] 1933 British South Africa Police (Harare) 1937 Que Que African Police (Kwekwe) 1940 Hwange FC (Hwange) [founded as Wankie FC] 196? Black Aces FC (Harare) [founded as Highfield Tornados (Salisbury)] 1963 Dynamos FC (Harare) [founded as St Paul's FC] Cobras (Bulawayo) 1965 Arcadia United FC (Harare) 1969 CAPS United FC (Harare) [founded as Rovers FC] 1972 Shooting Stars FC (Chitungwiza) [founded as Davison Chemicals] Triangle United FC (Chiredzi) 1978 How Mine FC (Bulawayo) Whawha FC (Gweru) Blue Swallows FC (Harare) [founded as New Sarum FC] 1981 Cranborne Bullets FC 1982 Border Strikers FC (Beitbridge) Black Rhinos FC (Harare) [played 1982-99 in Mutare] 1984 Chapungu United FC (Gweru) [founded as Airforce FC] 1992 Lancashire Steel FC (Kwekwe) Sporting Lions FC (Harare) 1995 FC Platinum (Zvishavane) [founded as Mimosa FC] 1996 Amazulu FC (Bulawayo) [disbanded 2005] 1997 FK Zimanzi (Masvingo) [founded as Masvingo United FC] Chicken Inn FC (Bulawayo) Buffaloes FC (Mutare) 2000 Kiglon Bird FC (Chitungwiza) Motor Action FC (Harare) 2001 Flame Lily FC (Harare) 2002 Lengthens FC (Harare) 2003 Eastern Lions FC (Mutare) [founded as Nyika United FC] Kestrenal Athletic (Harare) Monomotapa United FC (Harare) 2004 Hardbody FC (Gweru) 2005 Eiffel Wildcats FC (Kadoma) [merger of Eiffel Flats FC and Athletico Wildcats] Yadah FC (Harare) [founded as Gunners FC] 2006 Bulawayo City FC (Bulawayo) Eagles FC (Chitungwiza) [founded as Chitungwiza United] Quelaton FC (Njube) 2007 Tsholotsholo FC (Tsholotsholo) [in January] Ngezi Platinum Stars FC (Selous) [founded as Ngezi Porto FC] 2008 Bantu Tshintsha Guluva Rovers (Bulawayo) 2009 Gaza Gunners FC (Chipinge) Starbill FC (Harare) Baobab Rovers FC (Hwange) 2010 Triple B FC (Beitbridge) Harare City FC (Harare) 2011 Mushowani Stars FC (Madziwa) 2012 Bulawayo Chiefs (Bulawayo) Mutare City Rovers (Mutare) [July 21] Rimbi Sunshine FC (Chipinge) 2013 Amagagasi FC (Victoria Falls) 2014 Dongo Sawmills FC (Rusape) Nichrut FC (Shurugwi) 2017 Manica Diamonds FC (Mutare)
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Author: Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 21 Oct 2021
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