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 Bunyore; all Nairobi based clubs that were in Division 1 of the Kenya Nation Football League. The amalgamation process also included lower division clubs such as Kisa, Tiriki, Bukusu Brotherhood, Busamia, Lurambi, Butsotso, Bushibungo and Eshirotsa thus building its base and establishments that would make it a success in the future. This was reported in the newspaper on 12th March 1964, making it our official birthday

1964:    The club is founded under the name Abaluhya United FC

1964:    The club wins its first trophy; the Ahsan Cup after beating Muslim 3-2. This was followed with another trophy later in the year when we beat Luo Union F.C.2-1 and lifted the Saba-Saba Cup which was introduced to mark Tanganyika’s Independence Day.

1964:    Abaluhya beat the visiting Third Battalion Parachute Regiment from England 2-1 in their first international match ever. The scorers were Elishah Shabasinya and Joe Kadenge

1966:    Abaluhya wins the Haile Selassie Cup

1966:    Abaluhya claim their first Kenya National Football League Championship.

1967:    The club completes a double, becoming the first club to win the national league twice consecutively and completes a double by winning the FA Cup of Kenya.

1967:    Abaluhya wins the Allsopps Cup after beating Sunderland of Tanzania 5 – 0 in the final match at the Nairobi City Stadium.

1968:    Abaluhya wins the FA Cup of Kenya for the second time in a row.

1968:    A special Kenya Select XI which had all the eleven players picked from Abaluhya beat the Zambia national team 2 – 1.

1968:    Abaluhya bow out of the African Club Cup Championship semi-final after losing to Etoile Filante Shooting Stars of Togo on a 2 – 4 aggregate.