1883 Singapore Recreation Club 1884 Singapore Cricket Club [football division; founded as a cricket club in 1852] 1898 Balestier Khalsa FC [founded as Fathul Karib, 1975 ---> Balestier United RC, 1996 ---> Balestier Central FC, 2002 merged with Clementi Khalsa FC] 1911 Singapore Chinese FA 1923 Old Rafflesian's Association [aka ORA] 1945 Tampines Rovers FC Home United FC [founded as Police FC (-1996)] 1946 Royal Airforce Changi [dissolved 1971] 1951 Tampines Rovers SC 1953 Argonauts [dissolved] 1966 Sembawang SC [merged with Gibraltar Crescent FC to Sembawang Rangers FC] 1972 Jubilee Sports Association [on Feb 14] Mountbatten FC 1974 Geylang United FC [founded as International Contract Specialists] 1975 Warriors FC [founded as Singapore Armed Forces FC] Jurong FC [founded as Jurong Town FC] Tanjong Pagar United FC [founded as Tiong Bahru Constituency SC] 1981 Gibraltar Crescent FC [merged with Sembawang SC to Sembawang Rangers FC] Gombak United FC [founded as Redhill Rangers FC] Hougang United [founded as Marine Castle United] 1990 North-East Burghley SC [founded as North-East Rangers] 1993 Brewerkz FC 1996 Woodlands Wellington FC [founded as Delhi Juniors] 2001 Regal FC 2003 Central Park FC Sinchi FC [dissolved 2006] 2004 Albirex Niigata Singapore FC 2006 Sporting Afrique FC [dissolved 2007] 2007 Liaoning Guangyuan FC [dissolved 2008] Super Reds FC [founded as Korean Super Reds] 2010 Etoile FC 2011 Lions XII [dissolved 2015]
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