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 the Nairobi Provincial Football Association League.
1970: Abaluhya won Jamhuri Cup by beating Kenya Breweries 2-1.
1970: Abaluhya beat Asante Kotoko 1 – 0 in a friendly match at Nairobi City Stadium.
1971: Abaluhya are knocked out of the Africa Club Cup Championship by Accra Great Olympics of Ghana on a 3 – 1 aggregate.
1971: Abaluhya won the belated 1970 K.N.F.L. with an unbeaten record and became the first Kenya club to do so; in 19 matches they won 17 drew 2 and crowned it with 54 goals for and only 4 goals against.
1972: Abaluhya won the Nairobi Provincial Football Association League.
1973: The name of the club changed from ABALUYHA UNITED F.C. to ABALUHYA F.C.
1973: Abaluhya won the Pope Paul Cup in Kampala when they beat, defending champions, Buganda 3 – 1 through goals by David Asibwa, Vincent Mwenje, and Joe Kadenge.
1973: Abaluhya won the Nairobi Provincial Football Association League with a 100 per cent record. They never lost a single point.
1973: Abaluhya won the Mayor’s Cup by beating Kenya Prisons 4 -0 in the final.
1973: Abaluhya beat Asante Kotoko 2 – 1 in a friendly match at Nairobi City Stadium.
1973: Abaluhya won the 1973 K.N.F.L with yet another unbeaten record.
1974: Abaluhya drew 0 – 0 with the Congo (Brazzaville) national team who were on a buildup tour to prepare to defend the Africa Cup of Nations which they won in 1973.
1974: Abaluhya decided not to participate in the Kenya Football League.
1974: Abaluhya finish runners-up to Simba Sports Club of Tanzania in the inaugural East and Central Africa Club Cup championship.
1974: Abaluhya are eliminated from the Africa Club Cup Championship by Mehalla of Egypt at the quarter-final stage.
1975: Abaluhya return to the Kenya National Football League.
1976: Abaluhya won the Mayor’s Cup after beating Black Mamba 2 -1 in the final match.
1977: Abaluhya F.C. was registered, under section 10 of the Societies Act.
1978: Abaluhya beat Maragoli 2-1 to win the Mayor’s Cup.
1979: Abaluhya beat Kampala City Council 1 – 0 to win the East and Central Africa Club Championship. This also earned them both Guinness Stout Effort Award and the Orbitsports Award for the month of February 1979.
1979: Abaluhya F.C. was registered, under the Societies Act.
1979: Abaluhya beat Black Stars, the Ghana national team, 1 – 0 through a 60th minute goal by Joe Masiga in a friendly match at Nairobi City Stadium. Black Stars were then the reigning African Nations Cup champions.