Boma 1997 AS Lomami Bukavu 1951 OC Bukavu Dawa Kananga 1959 Union Sportive Tshinkunku Kinshasa 1919 Association Sportive Congolaise [*] (Léopoldville) 1935 Association Sportive Vita Club 1936 Daring Club Motema Pembe 1938 Amicale Sportive Bilima 1989 Athletic Club Sodigraf [*] ASC (Association Sportive Congolaise) were the first sports organisation for natives; the club was affiliated to the Comité Sportif Européen de Léopoldville in 1928 and to the Belgian FA in 1930; in 1939, Leopold III granted it the title of "Société Royal". It was founded as Cercle Sportif Congolais and later renamed Fédération Sportive Congolaise before taking the name Association Sportive Congolaise (before 1936). Lubumbashi 1939 Tout Puissant Mazembe [founded as FC St-Georges] (Elizabethville) 1939 FC Lupopo [founded as Standard] 1948 Cercle Sportif Don Bosco 2000 FC Saint-Pierre Lukala 1939 SC Cilu [Cilu = Ciment Lukala] Mbuji-Mayi 1997 AS Vita Club
Thanks to Hans Schöggl; source for info on ASC: [Vel 01]
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