The State’s Shooting Stars Football Club Vision statements, Mission statements and Objectives.

Our Vision

To discover hidden talents and youthful Football Players from the nooks and crannies of the State and beyond with full support from the State Government, corporate Organizations and private individuals, in order to source for financial support towards making the dream of the Club a reality.To discover hidden talents and youthful Football Players from the nooks and crannies of the State and beyond with full support from the State Government, corporate Organizations and private individuals, in order to source for financial support towards making the dream of the Club a reality.

Our Mission

To gather all resources both human and materials to return the lost glory of the Club, as well as repositioning it to its rightful place in Nigeria and Africa Football.

Our Objectives

The objectives for which the Club, Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) is established are:

  • To manage and fund a Professional Football Club in the Federal Republic of Nigeria;
  • To promote and develop sports in particular to attract fame, honour and goodwill for the people and government of Oyo State and Nigeria as a Nation;
  • To put the Club (3SC) in a solid financial status for self-sustenance;
  • To organize Football Matches between the Club (3SC) and other Clubs in Nigeria or within Clubs in other parts of Africa and the World at large;
  • To buy, sell and generally deal in sporting equipment, whether by wholesale or retail for all Games and for the purpose of establishing Sports or Recreational Sporting activities and other gainful Sporting Ventures in the country;
  • To provide employment opportunities for Sportsmen and women, especially our youths on professional status and promote public investments in Sports and Football in general.

Shooting Stars Sports Club (3SC) was a metamorphosis of the then reigning Pepsi-Cola Football Club, founded in 1960, owned by Western Nigeria Development Corporation (WNDC). It was a Subsidiary Corporation of the then Western Nigeria Government.

The Club (3SC) represented Nigeria in various Intercontinental Competitions against tough opponents in African Teams, i.e. Kenyan Breweries, Rokanna United of Zambia, Zamaled Football Club of Egypt, Tonnere Kalala of Cameroon, among others.

From the year 2005 to-date, the Club has been able to produce Players representing the Club and projecting the good image of the Club at the National Team, thereby playing for Nigeria National Team (Super Eagles) and Junior National Team (Flying Eagles), respectively.

Notable number of 3SC Players like Dele Adeleye and Soga Sambo played for the Nation in 2007 and 2008. Other Players that played for the National Team (Home Based) include Abiodun Akande, Ajayi Junior and Chima Akass.

The details of operation and administration of the Club are as follows:

  • Recruitment of quality Football Players and seasoned Technical Crew without political interference;
  • Improved welfare package for Players, Technical Crew and Staff;
  • Procurement of quality equipment, i.e., Jerseys, Track Suits, Footballs, Boots, Hoses, Bibs, Chin Guards, etc.;
  • Sourcing of fund for the Club through Sponsorship/Private Public Partnership to complement Government’s efforts in financing the Club;

The Club is headed by the Executive Chairman, who is a Political Appointee, being assisted by the General Manager, the Administrative Secretary, the Director of Finance and Accounts and other subordinate Staff.

Others are the Technical Crew headed by the Technical Adviser and Football Players.

The achievements of the Club (3SC) are as follows:

  • The first Club to win African Cup Winners Cup for Nigeria in 1976;
  • The Club also won the first Confederation African Cup (CAF) in 1992;
  • The Club won WAFU Cup and Nigerian Professional League in 1998/1999;
  • The Club has won the National Challenge Cup (now Federation Cup) five times;
  • In 2002, the Club won Bronze medal in the National Federation Cup.

Presently, the Club is campaigning in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).

The Executive Chairman, who is the only Political Appointee in the Club is Hon. Gbolagade Busari (08028252518).

Hon. Gbolagade Busari – Executive Chairman;
R. S. Balogun – General Manager;
L. A. Aransi – Administrative Secretary;
K. B. Akinwale – Director (Finance & Accounts);
C. O. Ogunjobi (Mrs.) – Deputy Director (F&A).

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