Thimphu City Football Club is a football club from Thimphu, Bhutan, founded in 2011, who currently play in the A Division, the top level of football in Bhutan, and have finished as runner's up in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. In 2012 they qualified for the inaugural Bhutan National League. Formerly known as Zimdra FC, in the 2013 season they changed their name to Thimphu City and again qualified for the 2013 Bhutan National League, finishing second behind eventual winners Yeedzin. Their veteran team is known as Young Hearts FC.HistoryOriginally founded in 2011 as Zimdra, Thimphu City are one of the newer teams competing in the A-Division. Their first recorded involvement in top flight football in Bhutan was in 2011, when they finished as runners-up to eventual winners Yeedzin in a truncated season consisting of a single round-robin set of matches in anticipation of the commencement of a new National League, which was eventually delayed for another season.The following season was also reasonably successful. Zimdra again finished as runner's up in the A-Division, this time being beaten to the title by Druk Pol, despite beating Druk Pol in the final game of the season. During that campaign, they went through the whole competition unbeated, dropping points only in a draw with Druk Pol and two draws with Yeedzin. In finishing second in the A-Division, they qualified for the inaugural National League, though did not fare quite so well in this competition, finishing fifth out of six competing teams, winning five and drawing one of their ten games.