Bohemian Sporting Club Emblem
(in black and white)
|Full name||Bohemian Sporting Club Manila|
The Bohemian Sporting Club was an association football club based in Manila, Philippines. Established in 1910, it was one of the first clubs in the country. 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.
The Bohemian Sporting Club was established in 1910.
- Philippines Championship
- Winners: 1912, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1927
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