Shabana Football Club, more commonly known simply as Shabana or sometimes Shabana Kisii, is a FKF Premier League club based in Kisii, Kenya. The club was formed in 1980 by Kisii-based businessman Dogo Khan. They won the division title in 2014.They were promoted back to the FKF Premier League after winning the Zone B of the FKF Division One.[1] It had nearly collapsed in 2006 when a dispute over its relegation from the Kenyan Premier League.[2] They were set to play in Nationwide League, the second level tier in Kenya, but refused to participate insisting they belong to the Premier League (who did not readmit them). As a result, the club did not participate any league in 2007. However the team regrouped and was renamed Gusii United Football Club, eventually returning to league football. Their home stadium is Gusii Stadium.On 28 October 2018, Shabana was upgraded to Kenya's second largest league The Kenya National Super League after defeating Mwatate on penalties the game that went full time 1–1 at Kasarani Stadium Nairobi. On 28 November 2018 Gilbert Selebwa was appointed head coach, assisted by Kanuli Rix Following the 2022/2023 NSL, Shabana emerged top of the League after edging out Kisumu All Stars on the final match of the season at a fully Packed Gusii Stadium earning them promotion to the Top tier League in Kenya, The Kenya premier League 2023/2024. Tore Bobe Chants filled the land of Omogusii following this win and promotion, witnessed by its founding Father Dogo Khna and Various leaders across the land.

Shabana F.C
Official logo of Shabana FC
Full nameShabana Football Club
Nickname(s)Crashers/Tore bobe
GroundGusii Stadium
OwnerDogo Khan
ChairmanKenyaJared Ombongi
ManagerSammy Okoth
LeagueFKF Premier League
20221st, Promoted

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Shabana is the third community club, therefore, it is the third club in Kenya with most supporters after Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards.

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Performance in CAF competitions Edit

1988: First Round.

References Edit

  1. ^ "Kenya Football .:. Story - KFF Organized Nationwide League Kicks off". Archived from the original on 1 January 2010. Retrieved 5 November 2014. FKF organized Nationwide league kicks off
  2. ^ Kenya: Clubs' League Finally Registered