|Full name||Remo Stars|
|Nickname(s)||Sky Blue Stars|
|Ground||Remo Stars Stadium,|
|Head Coach||Daniel Ogunmodede|
|League||Nigeria Professional Football League|
|2021–22||2nd In Group A |
Remo Stars Football Club is a professional football club based in Ikenne, Ogun State, Nigeria. The club competes in the Nigeria Professional Football League. The top division of the Nigeria Football League system. They are nicknamed the Sky Blue Stars.
The club was founded in 2004 by Kunle Soname as F.C. Dender.
In 2010, continuous hard work of the club saw them promoted to the second tier of Nigerian Football, the Nigeria National League (NNL). Further development saw the club's management re-brand its organization. The rebranding included a change of name when F.C. Dender relocated to its current base of Remoland and changed its name to "Remo Stars Football Club". They played in the top division of Nigerian football, the Nigerian Premier League after promotion in 2016.
Remo Stars FC are also known as Sky Blue Stars. The primary color for Remo Stars is Sky Blue, While the away strips is yellow and the alternative color is white.
Kits and sponsorship
As a developing amateur team, Dender FC now Remo Stars FC played and trained at a local pitch in Ketu, in Lagos State.
The club then relocated to Remo Land in Ogun State and rebranded with a change of name to Remo Stars FC, as they play their home matches at Dipo Dina Stadium in Ijebu Ode until their promotion into the Nigeria Professional Football League for 2017/2018 season.
Gateway United F.C. are considered to be Remo Stars's main rivals, while Ijebu United are considered to be primary rivals. Remo Stars additionally share a rivalry with Shooting Stars S.C., in what is commonly known as the South West Derby, named after the South West (Nigeria)
Performance in CAF competitions
- 2023-24 CAF Champions League qualifying rounds – First Round
- 2022-23 CAF Confederation Cup qualifying rounds – First Round
As of September 2, 2023
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Former notable players
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- Remo Stars FC Results – current results of Remo Stars FC matches