Amrokgang Sports Club
Amrokgang Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 압록강체육단; Hancha: 鴨綠江體育團; McCune–Reischauer: Amnokkang Ch'eyuktan; Revised Romanisation: Amnokgang Cheyukdan) is a football club that has been known to play in the DPR...
Amrokgang Sports Club - Wikipedia
April 25 Sports Club
April 25 Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 4.25체육단; Hanja: 4.25體育團) known as 4.25 or April Twenty-Five is one of the most successful football clubs in North Korea with over 10 wins in the DPR Korea League Cup....
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Moranbong Sports Club
Moranbong Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 모란봉체육단; Hanja: 牡丹峰體育團) is a North Korean football club based in Pyongyang. They play in the DPR Korea League. The highest football league in North Korea.
Pyongyang City Sports Club
Pyongyang City Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 평양시체육단; Hanja: 平壤市體育團) is a North Korean organization of physical education specialty with several departments. This organization is based in Pyongyang.Footbal...
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Rimyongsu Sports Club
Rimyongsu Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 리명수체육단; Hanja: 鯉明水體育團) is a North Korean football club, based in Sariwon. Despite never winning the DPR Korea League, Rimyongsu supplied four players to the 2005 FI...
North Hwanghae Provincial College of Physical Education
North Hwanghae Provincial College of Physical Education (Chosŏn'gŭl: 황해북도체육교육학교 ; Hanja: 黃海北道體育敎育學校) is a North Korean football club.
North Korea 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup squad
Kyonggongop Sports Club
Kyonggongop Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 경공업성체육단; Hanja: 輕工業省體育團) is a North korean football club from Pyongyang. The club is also known as Ministry of Light Industry team and finished 8th in the DPR Kore...
Pyongyang FC
Pyongyang Football Club was a Korean football club based in the city of Pyongyang, which is now the capital of North Korea. The club won the national cup competition in 1934.
Pyongyang FC was foun...
Mangyongbong Sports Club
Mangyongbong Sports Club is a North Korean football club. The club plays in the DPR Korea League, the top-flight football league of North Korea. Mangyongbong Stadium, which has a capacity for 10,000 p...
Ryongnamsan Sports Club
Ryongnamsan Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 룡남산체육단; Hanja: 龍南山體育團) is a North Korean football club. They play in the DPR Korea League. The highest football soccer league in North Korea. 김일성종합대학
Kigwancha Sports Club
Kigwancha Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 기관차체육단; Hanja: 機關車體育團; Kigwancha, Kigwancha means locomotive), known as Sinŭiju Locomotive is a North Korean football club that plays in the city of Sinŭiju, the cap...
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Chandongja Sports Club
The Chandongcha Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 찬동자체육단; Hanja: 贊同者體育團) is a North Korean football club based in Chongjin, North Hamgyong. They play in the DPR Korea League, the highest football soccer league...
Sobaeksu Sports Club
Sobaeksu Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 소백수체육단; Hanja: 小白水體育團) is a North Korean football club. This club is a subsidiary of 4.25 Sports Team, and this club is substance B team of 4.25 Sports Team. Ri Jun-...
Wolmido Sports Club
Wolmido Sports Club (Chosŏn'gŭl: 월미도체육단; Hanja: 月尾島體育團) is a North Korean football club owned by the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts of North Korea.Wolmido SC is based in Kimchaek, their home groun...
Rodongja Sports Club
Rodongja Sports Club (로동자체육단) is a North Korean football club.
List of football clubs in North Korea
This is a list of Association football clubs in North Korea:
List of football clubs in North Korea - Wikipedia