March 29, 1946: Founded as Tainan County Pei Men Junior High School ()
August 1, 1947: Added senior high department and renamed to Tainan County Pei Men High School ()
August 1, 1952: Promoted as Taiwan Provincial Pei Men High School ()
August 1, 1968: Stopped to enroll junior-high students
August 1, 1970: Renamed to Taiwan Provincial Pei Men Senior High School ()
February 1, 2000: Renamed to National Pei Men Senior High School
Founded in August, 1981, National Pei Men Senior High School football team was one of the most strongest senior high school football teams in Taiwan. The first squad consisted of players from local Jia Li Junior High School () and San Min Junior High School () of Kaohsiung County (now part of Kaohsiung City). Numerous talented Taiwanese football youngsters who later played important roles in the Chinese Taipei national team and domestic first-division teams were brought up here, and they gained victories in many domestic and international competitions.
In this period, Pei Men welcomed gifted players from all corners of the nation. However, local youth training system was not established as well, and Pei Men soon encountered the crisis of lacking new players after other townships started to build up their own football teams. In 1992, Pei Men failed to win their 6th consecutive champion title in... Read More