Zimbabwe - List of Foundation Dates

1926  Zimbabwe Highlanders FC (Bulawayo)   [founded as Lions FC]
      Zimbabwe Republic Police FC (Harare) [founded as Black Mambas FC (Salisbury)] 
1931  Zimbabwe Saints FC (Bulawayo)        [merger of several teams which had their origins from Shona speaking areas] 
1933  British South Africa Police (Harare)
1937  Que Que African Police (Kwekwe)
1940  Hwange FC (Hwange)                   [founded as Wankie FC]
196?  Black Aces FC (Harare)               [founded as Highfield Tornados (Salisbury)]      
1963  Dynamos FC (Harare)                  [founded as St Paul's FC]
      Cobras (Bulawayo)
1965  Arcadia United FC (Harare)
1969  CAPS United FC (Harare)              [founded as Rovers FC]     
1972  Shooting Stars FC (Chitungwiza)      [founded as Davison Chemicals] 
      Triangle United FC (Chiredzi)
1978  How Mine FC (Bulawayo)
      Whawha FC (Gweru)    
      Blue Swallows FC (Harare)
1982  Border Strikers FC (Beitbridge)
1983  Black Rhinos FC (Mutare)
1984  Chapungu United FC (Gweru)
1992  Lancashire Steel FC (Kwekwe)     
1995  FC Platinum (Bulawayo)       
1997  FK Zimanzi (Masvingo)                [founded as Masvingo United FC]
      Chicken Inn FC (Bulawayo)
      Amazulu FC (Bulawayo)                [disbanded]
      Buffaloes FC (Mutare)
2000  Kiglon Bird FC (Chitungwiza)
      Motor Action FC (Harare) 
2001  Flame Lily FC (Harare)
2002  Lengthens FC (Harare)
2003  Eastern Lions FC (Mutare)            [founded as Nyika United FC]  
      Kestrenal Athletic (Harare)
      Monomotapa United FC (Harare)
2004  Hardbody FC (Gweru)
2005  Eiffel Wildcats FC (Kadoma)          [merger of Eiffel Flats FC and Athletico Wildcats]
      Gunners FC (Harare) 
2006  Bulawayo City FC (Bulawayo)
      Eagles FC (Chitungwiza)              [founded as Chitungwiza United]
2007  Tsholotsholo FC (Tsholotsholo)       [in January]
      Ngezi Platinum Stars FC (Selous)
2008  Bantu Tshintsha Guluva Rovers (Bulawayo)
2009  Gaza Gunners FC (Chipinge)
      Starbill FC (Harare)
      Baobab Rovers FC (Hwange)
2010  Triple B FC (Beitbridge)
      Harare City FC (Harare)
2012  Mutare City Rovers (Mutare)          [July 21]
      Rimbi Sunshine FC (Chipinge)
2013  Amagagasi FC (Victoria Falls)
 

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