Surinam - List of Foundation Dates

 1 Aug 1895 vv Wilhelmina

   Sep 1909 M.V.C.J. (Militaire Voetbal Club Juliana)  

   Jan 1910 S.V.V. (Surinaamse Voetbalvereniging)      [-]
25 Feb 1910 H.B.S. (Hou Braef Stand)                   [-]
       1910 S.S.S. (Sport Staalt Spieren)              [-]
       1910 Excelsior                                  [-]

 5 Sep 1915 S.V.V. (Surinaamse Voetbalvereniging)      

       1916 U.D.I. (Uitspanning Door Inspanning)

 7 Jun 1918 Excelsior (merged 3 Dec 1929 with Blauw-Wit
                       into Blauw-Wit-Excelsior)   
   
27 Jul 1919 rkvv Olympia                               
 1 Aug 1919 vv Voorwaarts

15 Jan 1921 sv Transvaal
 3 Jun 1921 Ajax
 
 8 Dec 1923 Go Ahead

   Jan 1924 Be Quick
 1 Sep 1924 Surinaamse Politie Sport Vereniging (later P.V.V.)

   Mar 1925 Bauxite Star (Moengo)
28 May 1925 Fearless (Moengo)
 3 Oct 1925 Artillerie (Moengo) 

 5 Jan 1926 M.V.V. (Militaire Voetbal Vereniging; changed name to 
                    S.N.L. (Sportvereniging Nationaal Leger) in 1982)

 9 Feb 1927 M.Y.O.B. (Mind Your Own Business)

 1 Feb 1929 vv Cicerone   
   Mar 1929 R.K.V.V.O. (Rooms Katholieke Voetbal Vereniging Olympia)
                             
 2 Oct 1930 Jai Hind (Kwatta)

 9 Jan 1934 sv Leo Victor

       1939 vv Paranam

15 Aug 1941 scsv Kamal Dewaker

 6 Feb 1945 sv Robinhood
       1945 Arsenal

21 Jan 1947 Atlas

19 Mar 1949 Sonny Boys

       1950 Tuna

18 Jan 1954 Jai Hanuman

28 Feb 1958 Indra Maju

       1960 Hindboys (Livorno; Pandit Paltan Tewarieweg)
22 Feb 1960 sv Boxel (9 Oct 2000: changed name to FCS Nacional; merged Dec 2013
                      with Deva Boys into Nacional Deva Boys)

18 Jul 1961 SCA (Sportclub Altona) (Lelydorp)
14 Sep 1961 sv Puwa Nani

25 Sep 1976 PSV (Nickerie)

18 Sep 1986 Napoli (Combé)

 2 Jan 1990 Super Red Eagles

25 Nov 1994 scv Wejurana

16 Jan 1997 WBC

 2 Feb 1998 sv Boskamp

11 Feb 2003 sv Notch (Moengo)

 1 Sep 2004 De Vierkinderen (Livorno)

NB: MYOB (Mind Your Own Business) was founded before 1929 and 
    changed name to Remo before 1950

[-] these clubs were dissolved after a few years and in some
    cases clubs were later founded with the same name



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