1936 Juba FC (Juba) [founded as Youth of Juba] 1946 SSCC Malikiya (Juba) 1956 Al-Hilal FC (Juba) 1962 Marikh FC (Juba) 1963 Kator FC (Juba) 1967 Atlabara FC (Juba) [*] [founded as Africana (aka Africans in Juba Arabic)] 1968 Al-Salam FC (Wau) 1982 Feb 3 Marikh FC (Aweil) 1986 Al Rabita FC (Juba) 1988 Munuki FC (Juba) 1990 Nile City FC (Yambio) 1998 Salaam FC (Bor) Zalan FC (Rumbek) 1999 May 16 Aweil Stars FC (Aweil) 2002 El-Merriekh (Bentiu) Super Star FC (Yambio) Volcano FC (Torit) 2005 Young Stars FC (Torit) 2007 Koryom FC (Bor) 2008 South Sudan Stars FC (Juba) [founded as Ever Green Club] 2009 Apr 16 Al-Salaam FC (Aweil) Dec 30 Ayat Stars FC (Aweil) Gudele FC (Juba) 2010 Feb 4 Islah FC (Aweil) Feb 8 Wanyjok FC (Wanyjok) Holy Family FC (Rumbek) 2011 Sep 18 Mabil FC (Wanyjok) Dream FC (Yei) 2012 Super Star FC (Bor) 2013 Dec 15 Red Army FC (Aweil) 2014 Greenland FC (Juba) 2016 Pan Aweil United FC (Aweil) [*] Africana reached the Juba Division One in 1972.
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