Shooting Stars Sports Club (often nicknamed 3SC or Oluyole Warriors) is a Nigerian football club based in Ibadan.
Shooting Stars Sports Club (often nicknamed 3SC or Oluyole Warriors) is a Nigerian football club based in Ibadan
Shooting Stars 3S.C was one of the founders of the Nigerian Premier League in 1972, when they were called WNDC Ibadan (Western Nigeria Development Company), and were later called IICC (Industrial Investment and Credit Corporation) Shooting Stars of Ibadan.
The nickname “Shooting Stars” was added with the suggestion of team foundation members the late Jide Johnson and Niyi Omowon the “Aare Odan Liberty” (Generalissimo of Liberty Stadium) who believed that the players were “stars” in their own right.
Shooting Stars is one of the most followed football clubs in Nigeria and play their home matches at the Lekan Salami Stadium. The stadium was named after one of the prominent supporters of the club who is now deceased. Before, “Sooting” as it is called by its supporters used to play at the famous Liberty Stadium, one of the venues for the world youth soccer championship in 1999.
Shooting stars is the first club to win the FA cup on club basis in Nigeria in 1971, players like Aderoju Omowon, Niyi Akande, Jossy Lad, Amusa Adisa were prominent in the squad. Shooting Stars is one of the most decorated clubsides in Nigeria alongside Enugu Rangersand the defunct Stationery Stores of Lagos. In fact, Shooting Stars and Enugu Rangers are known as the traditional football clubs in the country, both dominating the football scene in the country during 1970s and 1980s.
2016/2017 League Table
|5||Nasarawa United F.C||38||16||8||14||35||30||5||56|
|7||Lobi Stars F.C||38||15||9||14||43||39||4||54|
|8||Kano Pillars F.C||38||16||6||16||38||35||3||54|
|9||FC Ifeanyi Ubah||38||15||9||14||39||38||1||54|
|10||Sunshine Stars F.C||38||17||3||18||41||43||-2||54|
|13||Wikki Tourist F.C.||38||16||5||17||37||41||-4||53|
|17||Shooting Stars 3S.C||38||13||11||14||32||38||-6||50|
|19||Gombe United F.C.||38||11||10||17||32||49||-17||43|
|20||Remo Stars F.C||38||7||8||23||27||49||-22||29|
- Nigeria Professional Football League
- NPFL 2016/2017, NPFL 2021/2022