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Katsina United FC is a Nigerian football club based in Katsina, 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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Katsina United FC History
Colonel Abdulmuminu Aminu, a football enthusiast who served as the Military Administrator of Katsina State from 1985 until his retirement in 1995, is credited with the establishment of a club for the state that was given the name Katsina United. Aminu would later win appointment into the board of the then Nigeria Football Association (NFA) as chairman at the time that association football in the country was not democratized.
This occurred during the time that Aminu’s appointment into the board took place. Katsina United started off playing in organized national football leagues at the fourth-tier level and has since worked their way up to the second-tier through a series of promotions. In 1997, they won the championship of the second-tier league, which earned them promotion to the top flight. However, in 2001, they were demoted to the second-tier league, which led to their dissolution.
Katsina United is currently playing in its fifth consecutive season at the highest level of the Nigeria league after being promoted to the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) in the 2015/16 season. The team was resurrected and renamed Katsina Spotlight Football Club in 2009, but that name didn’t stick around for long. In the following season, the team changed its name back to Katsina United.
Katsina United have one of the most enviable records when it comes to promotion from lower levels, despite the fact that they have not been able to win a major title since the club was readmitted to the NPFL in 2015. Some of the accomplishments from the lower leagues include emerging as champions of the Super 6 Playoff in 2016, as well as winning the PRO League’s 2nd, 3rd, and 4th division titles in 1997, 1996, and 1995. Performances in CAF competition include an appearance in the African Cup Winners Cup in 1996 and a further appearance in the CAF Cup in 2001.
In 1996, the team made it all the way to the quarterfinals. Katsina United was, during the early stages of its development, the favored destination of some of the greatest players and coaches in the country, despite the fact that they were competing in the lower divisions of the league at the time. It enticed the major participants with attractive financial packages, and the majority of them went on to achieve notoriety in Nigeria and elsewhere in the world.
Katsina United FC Stadium
During the first part of their first season back after being reestablished, they played all of their games at the Sardauna Memorial Stadium in Gusau because the Katsina Township Stadium was undergoing renovations at the time.
The club later moved to the new all-seater Muhammadu Dikko Stadium in Katsina. The seating capacity is 35,000.