Bohemian S.C.(Redirected from Bohemian Sporting Club)
Bohemian SC Emblem in black and white,
Later adopted as is in 2018
|Full name||Bohemian Sporting Club Manila|
|Owner||Bohemian Sporting Club Inc.|
|Chairman||Jason de Jong|
After ceasing to exist by the end of the 1930s, the club has gained a new ownership in 2018, retaining it's emblem to honor of the success of its history. The Bohemian Sporting Club's ownership group is headed by chairman Jason de Jong. Key executives include Chief Operating Officer Tiffany Faulkner and Head Coach Mikee Carrion
Established in 1910, it was one of the first clubs in the country, alongside the Manila Jockey Club (1900s), Manila Sporting Club (1906), the Sandow Athletic Club (1909) and Manila Nomads Sports Club (1914). It was the club of Paulino Alcántara from 1916–1918, who also played for FC Barcelona, as well as Virgilio Lobregat. The club represented the Philippines in the 1913 Far East Games where the Philippines won over China. The winning goal was made by Rafael Iboleon.
A new group began talks in 2017 regarding the possible revival of the Bohemian Sporting Club. The following year the ownership group established the Bohemian Football School in honor of Paulino Alcántara as a vehicle to draw in youth players for the club. The group plans to organize a first team for the club by January 2020.
- Philippines Championship
- Winners: 1912, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1927
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- Schöggl, Hans. "Philippines - List of Champions". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 22 December 2016.
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