Ulinzi Stars F.C.
|Full name||Ulinzi Stars Football Club|
|Owner||Kenya Defence Forces|
|Head coach||Robert Matano|
|League||Kenyan Premier League|
Ulinzi Stars Football Club is an association football club based in Nakuru, Kenya. They compete in the Kenyan Premier League, where they won three consecutive titles from 2003 to 2005. They are the only team to have done so, along with AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia, and won their most recent league title in 2010.
- Scarlet (Third Battalion of the Kenya Rifles, based in Lanet, Nakuru),
- Kahawa United (Kahawa Barracks, Kahawa, Nairobi)
- Silver Strikers (12th Engineers, Thika),
- Kenya Navy (Mombasa)
- Spitfire (Kenya Air Force, Moi Air Base, Nairobi).
Ulinzi used to have a successful basketball team, Ulinzi Warriors, until 2007 when it was disbanded, despite being the reigning national champion, having won five consecutive league titles. They also had a rugby team, Ulinzi RFC, but was disbanded. They also had volleyball and handball teams.
- 2003, 2004, 2005, 2010
Performance in CAF competitions
- CAF Champions League: 2 appearances
- Kenya – List of Champions
- Ulinzi Stars website – history
- The Standard, December 11, 2010: Rudisha and Lagat crowned Soya best athletes
- Daily Nation website, December 14, 2008: Ulinzi epitomise KPL’s strength
- Daily Nation, May 4, 2007: Champions Ulinzi And Telkom Pull Out of Basketball League
- Daily Nation, June 2, 2009: Rugby is the game and Injera man of moment]
- 2006 Volleyball World Championships: Kenya Names Provisional Squad of 22 players
- KBC, December 13, 2006: Kenya's cereals team retain men handball title
- Ulinzi Stars – Official Website