|Full name||Abaluhya Football Club Leopards Sports Club|
|Nickname(s)||Ingwe (The Leopards)|
|Short name||AFC, Leopards|
|Founded||12 March 1964|
|Ground||Nyayo National Stadium|
|Head coach||Nikola Kavazovic|
|League||Sportpesa Premier League|
Abaluhya Football Club Leopards Sports Club, officially abbreviated as A.F.C. Leopards and also commonly known as Ingwe (Luhya for Leopards), is a Kenyan association football club based in Nairobi. It currently competes in the Kenyan Premier League, the top tier of the Kenyan football league system, and was founded in 1964. With 13 top-flight league titles to their name, AFC Leopards is Kenya's second most successful club behind Gor Mahia (17 titles), with whom they regularly contest the Mashemeji Derby. The team currently plays its home games at the Nyayo National Stadium.
AFC Leopards' standing as one of the most successful clubs in the region is underlined by the fact that it has won the Kenyan Premier League a record 13 times. AFC Leopards has also won the Kenya Cup 10 times, and the CECAFA Club Championship 5 times.
The club was formed in 1964 as Abaluhya Football Club when a number of small clubs amalgamated. In 2008 they played in the Nationwide League and won the title in their zone. They returned to the Kenyan Premier League for the 2009 season in which it also won the KFF Cup.
- Kenya National Football League/Kenyan Super League/Kenyan Premier League: 13
- FKF President's Cup: 10
- 1967, 1968 (as Abaluhya)
- 1984, 1985, 1991, 1994, 2001, 2009, 2013, 2017
- CECAFA Club Cup: 5
Performance in CAF competitions
African Cup of Champions Clubs/CAF Champions League
- First round exits: 1971, 1972, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1993, 1999
- Second round exits: 1989
- Quarter-final exits: 1974, 1990
- Semi-final exits: 1968
CAF Confederation Cup
- Preliminary round exits: 2010
- Quarter-final exits: 1994, 1997
CAF Cup Winners' Cup
- First round exits: 1992, 2002
- Second round exits: 1986
- Quarter-final exits: 1988
- Semi-final exits: 1985
- As of 27 January 2018
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Current technical staff
|Head coach||Nikola Kavazović|
|Goalkeeper coach||Lawrence Webo|
|Team manager||Gilbert Selebwa|
|Team Doctor||Patrick Ngusale|
|Fitness coach||Mike Shamiah|
- Charles Gyamfi (1988–91)
- Jan Koops (2012)
- Luc Eymael (2013)
- Hendrik Pieter de Jongh (2014)
- Zdravko Logarušić (2015)
- Jan Koops (2016)
- Ivan Minnaert (2016)
- Stewart Hall (2016–2017)
- Dorian Marin (2017)
- Robert Matano (2017–2018)
- Rodolfo Zapata (2018)
- Nikola Kavazović (2018–present)
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- Daily Nation, 5 January 2004: Oyugi speaks on state of soccer
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- "Troubled Leopards send Dutch coach De Jongh packing". Daily Nation. Retrieved 2018-06-05.
- The Standard, 23 July 2006:Once proud ‘Ingwe’ bite relegation bullet
- Kenya Premier League,8 February 2009 :Over-flowing crowds finally a 'crisis'? Hope Centre ground fails to cope