|Full name||Yangzee Football Club|
|Founded||1967, March 29|
|Dissolved||1970, March 17|
|Owner||Korean Central Intelligence Agency|
Yangzee FC was a South Korean football club that operated between 1967 and 1970.
Set up in February 1967 by the then-head of the Korean Central Intelligence Agency, Kim Hyung-wook, the team was charged with improving the level of football in South Korea after North Korea reached the quarter-finals of the 1966 World Cup in England.
Recruiting the best talent of the time, participation in the squad took the place of the mandatory military service requirement for Korean nationals, and the players lived and trained at the headquarters of the Intelligence Agency during their time with the team.
As Kim's grip on power at the Intelligence Agency slipped away, and interest in the football club waned as relations towards North Korea improved, the team was wound up on March 17, 1970.
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