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The 2000s:  Little success and decline

The beginning of dismal campaigns for the following 10 years, including relegation from the top tier. However, the club’s strong team spirit, the goals of its founders, its relatively stable support base; ensured the club is rejuvenated.   2000:                Agony for ingwe fans as Leopards lose the Moi Golden Cup final at the hands of Mathare […]

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The 1990s:   The New Era

Achievements became less frequent, although in general the team continued to win some championships thus never suffering a considerable title drought. 1990:                Finished second in the national football league. 1991:                Ingwe finishes third in the national football league. 1991:                The Leopards beat arch-rivals Gor Mahia, 1 – 0, to win the Moi Golden Cup at […]

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The 1980s: The Golden Era

Business as usual as Leopards marked the 80s by bring more silverware to the Den marking an unprecedented period of dominance majorly in the domestic and regional scene.  1980:                Abaluhya FC changed name to AFC Leopards Sports Club. 1980:                AFC Leopards claimed the league title in the 19th round still unbeaten. From their last […]

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The 1970s: Legacy Building

This was a period of the club’s sustained performance pushed the Club to more fame and  paved the way for a future glorious era.  1970: Abaluhya won the Olympic Cup soccer tournament that was organized to raise funds for the Kenya Commonwealth Games team. They beat Gor Mahia 2-1-in the final match. 1970: Abaluhya won […]

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The 1960s:      The Good Beginnings

From the 1960s or even earlier; the notion and formation of various Abaluyia teams for invitational matches became the forerunner of what eventually would become Abaluhya United. The East African Standard Newspaper published a report on the birth of a club called ABALUHYA UNITED F.C. which resulted from the amalgamation of Marama, Samia united and […]

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The Crest

The Club’s badge has gone through several changes over the years. The original crest of the club. It featured a football player kicking a football, a lion, a traditional stool and the motto: OBULALA NA AMANI This was a modified version of the original logo but the lion was replaced with a leopard. . This […]

First Team News

Seda To Miss Mt. Kenya United Clash

Midfielder Ezekiel Edward Seda will miss our match tomorrow vs Mt.Kenya United after suffering a knee injury on Sunday in our Kenya Premier League match against Bandari FC in Mombasa. Seda joins Said Tsuma who’s out with an ankle injury and Marvin Nabwire who also has a knee injury Victor Majid has started training but […]