1912 Al-Helal - Damascus 1923 Al-Ahd al-Jadid - Aleppo 1925 Al-Yarmouk - Aleppo (founded as Homenetmen, a merger of 6 Armenian clubs: Aghpyur, Ararat, Ardziv, Gaidzag, Nubarian and Dalvorig) 1926 Al-Karamah Sports Club - Homs 1926 Al-Barada Sports Club - Damascus 1928 Al-Qasioun Sports Club - Damascus (now known as Al-Wahda) 1928 Khalid Bin Walid Sports Club - Homs (changed to Al-Wahda in 1957 and then Al-Karama in 1971) 1930 Istiqlal - Aleppo (merged 1971 with Al-Ahd al-Jadid and Al-Miash'al to Al-Orouba Sports Club) 1938 Al-Wathba - Homs (founded as Alfedaa Club) 1941 Al-Jazeera Sports Club - Al-Hasakah 1941 Al-Taliya Sports Club - Hama 1945 Hutteen Sporting Club - Latakia 1947 Teshrine Sports Club - Latakia (formed as Al-Qadissiya and renamed Teshrine in 1976 after merger with Nahda) 1947 Nadi Al-Jaish Al-Arabi - Damascus 1949 Al-Ittihad - Aleppo (merger of Al-Janah, Osud al-Shahba and Al-Nejmeh) 1949 Nawair Sports Club - Hama 1949 Jalaa Club Sportif - Aleppo 1950 Al-Fotuwa Sports Cöub - Deir ez-Zor 1951 Umayya - Idlib (formed as Al-Akhaa Sports Club) 1952 Al-Hurriya - Aleppo (formed as Al-Arabi Sports Club and changed name on 10/08/1972 to Al-Hurriya) 1953 Halab Al-Ahly - Aleppo (changed name to Al-Ittihad Halab in 1972) 1958 Jableh Sports Club - Jableh 1962 Al-Jihad - Qameshli (Al-Shabiba Sports Club changed to Al-Jihad in 1971) 1971 Al-Orouba Sports Club - Aleppo (merger of Istiqlal, Al-Ahd al-Jadid and Al-Miash'al) 1975 Mayadin Sports Club
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