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Gombe United Football Club is a Nigerian football club based in Gombe, Nigeria. The club currently plays in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), the country’s highest level of professional club football.

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Gombe United FC History

Gombe United Football Club is a football team representing Nigeria that plays its home games in Gombe. The Nigeria Professional Football League is the competition in which they participate. Having risen through the ranks of the Nigeria National League the previous year and earning a promotion Their previous venue, the Abubakar Umar Memorial Stadium, was demolished in 2010, and they moved into the brand new Pantami Stadium.

Since their promotion in 1994, they have never played in a lower division, making their run in the top flight the longest of any Northern team. They were, however, demoted to the Nigeria National League on the very last day of the 2014 season, which was the first time in 20 years that this has happened. They won the championship of their division on the very last day of the 2016 campaign, which earned them promotion to the highest level.

Gombe United FC Stadium

Pantami Stadium is a multi-use stadium located in the Pantami neighborhood of Gombe, which is located in Gombe State, Nigeria. It has a capacity of 12,000. Its primary purpose is to host football matches, but it also plays host to a variety of state ceremonial occasions, including political and social gatherings, as well as religious ceremonies. It has been regarded as one of the most cutting-edge athletic facilities in the nation and serves as the official home stadium of Gombe United Football Club. It first opened its doors in 2010.

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The construction includes three major facilities, one of which is a synthetic football pitch, another is a tartan track for athletics, and the third is a gym that was developed to promote and boost the development of sports in the state.