Bandari F.C. (Kenya)

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Bandari FC
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Full name Bandari Football Club
Founded 1985 (as Bandari FC)
Ground Mbaraki Sports Club
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner Kenya Ports Authority
Chairman Eng.Abdullahi Samatar
Head Coach Uganda [ Paul Nkata
League Kenyan Premier League
2015 4th

Bandari Football Club is a Kenyan football club based in Mombasa. The team play their home games at the Mbaraki Sports Club and the Mombasa County Stadium (the latter having four times greater seating capacity), and currently compete in the Kenyan Premier League after finishing the 2012 FKF Division One season as champions of Zone A.

The team played from 1960 to 1978 as LASCO Football Club, followed by an eight-year run as Cargo Football Club. In 1985, the club merged with the Kenya Ports Authority team to form Bandari FC.[1]

The club had played previously in the Kenyan Premier League, but was relegated after the 1997 season.[2] The team was disbanded in 1999. It was revived in 2004 and rapidly promoted from lower leagues back to the premier league.[1] The club reached the final on Kenyan Cup in 1986 but was beaten by Gor Mahia (who qualified for the African Cup Winners' Cup and won the tournament).[3]

Honours[edit]


2015.


2016.

Management[edit]

Position Staff
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Board of Trustees chairman Abdullahi M. Samatar
MEDIA LIAISON OFFICER Mohamed Abdulrahman
CLUB CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER EDWARD CHRISTOPHER ODUOR
CLUB TREASURER Mohammed Nazir
CLUB SECURITY MANAGER Moses Otieno

Last updated: 1 February 2016
Source: [1]

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]


2016 –

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