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The Foothill Conference is a college athletic conference that is affiliated with the California Community College Athletic Association. Several community colleges are members.[1]


The Foothill Conference, as it is known today, was formed in 1988. However, the roots of the conference can be traced to 1981 when the football-only Foothill Conference was formed.

The Foothill Conference was an offshoot of the Southern California Conference, which included many of the Los Angeles based community colleges. Founding members of the Foothill Conference were Antelope Valley, Citrus, Chaffey, Desert, East Los Angeles, Mt. San Jacinto, Rio Hondo, San Bernardino Valley and Victor Valley colleges.

Since its founding days, two colleges, East Los Angeles College and Citrus College, have left the conference. Barstow College and Cerro Coso College joined later as full time participants

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  1. ^ Gardner, Michelle (2008-06-21). "Colleges out at home". San Bernardino County Sun. Retrieved 2008-06-22. 


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