Gambia - Foundation Dates of Clubs

[* = first mentioned in that year, but possibly founded earlier]
Note that the Gambian capital Bathurst was renamed Banjul on Apr 24, 1973. 

1940     Augustinians FC (Bathurst) *
         Bathurst Heroes *
         Black Diamonds (Bathurst) *
         Dingareh FC (Banjul) *                         [founded as Dingareh FC Bathurst]                            
         East End Lions (Bathurst) *                    
         Gambia Regiment (Bathurst) *
         Hotspur (Bathurst) *
         Medical FC (Bathurst) *                        [founded as Medical XI]    
         MSU (Bathurst) *
         Navy (Bathurst) *
         Police FC (Bathurst)  * 
         RAF (Bathurst) *
         Rainbow FC (Bathurst) *
         School XI (Bathurst) *    
         UAC (Bathurst) * 
         Young Lions (Bathurst) *
         Gambia United FC (Bathurst)
1954     Atomic FC (Bathurst) *
1955     Casuals FC (Bathurst) *
         Starling FC (Bathurst) *
         Bathurst Wanderers FC *
1959     Blackpool FC (Kanifing) *
         British Council (Bathurst) *
         Cape FC (Bakau) *
         Foyer FC (Bathurst) *
         Serekunda FC *
1966     Adonis FC (Banjul) *                           [founded as Arrance FC Bathurst] 
1967     Black Stars FC*
         Freezens FC *
         Mansa Musa FC *
         Starlighrt Gunners (Bathurst) *                [founded as Starlight Gunners Banjul]
         Real de Banjul FC                              [founded as Benson & Hedges FC Bathurst] 
1969     Comets FC *
         White Phantoms (Bathurst) * 
         Wallidan FC (Banjul)                           [founded as Wallidan FC Bathurst] 
1971     Kunda FC  *                                    [founded as Kwame FC]  
1973     Gambian Ports Authority FC (Banjul)
1974     Benfica FC *
         Eben *
1974     Banjul Hawks FC                                [founded as Mabella FC]
1978     Young Africans FC (Banjul) *
         Ndemban FC *
         Swallows FC *
         10 GT/LOGT *
         Tesito FC (Banjul) *
         Steve Biko FC (Bakau) 
1979     Blue Diamonds Kondorong *
         Farimang *
1980     Stinger FC (Banjul)
1981     Flamenins FC (Kanifing) *
1984     Charen FC *
         Columbus Travel Agency *
         Dagudan FC *
         Hammers FC *
         Linguere FC *
         Mandela FC * 
         Ndanaan FC *
         Waterside FC * 
1988     Roots FC * 
1989     Armed Forces FC (Banjul)
1991     Peak Marwich *
1994     Latdior FC (Bakau) *                           [founded as SK Jaiteh FC]
         Dabanani FC *
         Fankata * 
         Justice (Brikama) *
         Kaira Silo (Jeshwang) *
         Mass Soseh (Banjul)  *                         [merger of Bombada FC and Joggifans FC]      
         Ndukuman FC * 
         Sukuta Tigers * 
1996     Bakau United FC
1997     NPE (Sukuta) *
1998     GAMTEL FC (Banjul) *
         Old Jeshwang (Jeshwang) *
         Sky Power (Brikama) *
1999     Nama Young United FC *
         Rising Stars (Latri Kunda) *
         Serekunda United *
         Happalen FC (Serekunda East)                   [founded as Nguma FC]
         Brikama United
2000     Future Group  *
         Municipal United (Kanifing) *
2001     Interior FC (Serekunda West) *
2002     Quantum United Talinding Kunjang (Kanifing) *  [founded as Tallinding United] 
2003     Ham Ham (Serekunda West) *                     [founded as Stuttgart FC]
         Serekunda Central *
         Samger FC (Kanifing)
2004     Jupiters FC (Lamin) *
2005     Jambajelly FC *
         Sea View FC (Fajara) *
2006     PSV Wellingara (Wellingara)                    [temporarily known as Kexx United]


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Main source: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_gambischer_Fu%C3%9Fballvereine

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