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Flying Camel Football Team (Chinese :飛駝足球隊; pinyin :Fēi Tuó Zúqiú Duì) was a Taiwanese football team. The team was established on July 21, 1973 and belonged to the Combined Logistics Command of the Republic of China. They had played in Taiwan's first-ranked National Football League since 1982 and won 5 championships (1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, and 1993) before disbandment.

Honours

National Football League
CTFA Cup

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