Complete List of NPFL Clubs for the 2023/2024 Season

Starlyon King
By Starlyon King
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The Nigeria Premier League (NPL), formerly known as the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), is always an exhilarating spectacle. The upcoming 2023/2024 season promises to be no exception, as new teams got promotions and others got relegated, bringing significant changes to the league’s composition.

In this article, SportPremi makes a list of NPFL clubs for the 2023/2024 season that got promoted and teams that got relegated from the NPFL.

Twenty teams will compete for supremacy in the upcoming 2023-24 NPFL season, which kicks off on September 30th, 2023.

List Of NPFL Clubs for the 2023/2024 Season:

  • Abia Warriors
  • Akwa United
  • Bayelsa United
  • Bendel Insurance
  • Doma United
  • Enugu Rangers
  • Enyimba
  • Gombe
  • Heartland
  • Kwara United
  • Kano Pillars
  • Katsina United
  • Lobi Stars
  • Niger Tornadoes
  • Plateau United
  • Remo Stars
  • Rivers United
  • Shooting Stars
  • Sporting Lagos
  • Sunshine Stars

Which NPFL teams got promoted and got relegated?

The promoted teams for the upcoming season in the NPFL include Heartland, Sporting Lagos, Kano Pillars, and Katsina United. Notably, this season marks Sporting Lagos’s debut in the Nigeria Professional Football League, making them the first team to achieve promotion in their inaugural season.

They will take the places of the relegated clubs: Wikki Tourists F.C., Nasarawa United F.C., El-Kanemi Warriors F.C., and Dakkada, all of whom will now compete in the Nigeria National League.

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Enyimba of Aba Quest for a Historic 10th NPFL Title

Enyimba Football Club, the current defending champions of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), etched their name in history with a triumphant 9th title in the previous NPFL season. As the 2023/2024 NPFL season dawns, Enyimba stands at the brink of an unprecedented achievement – the possibility of securing a 10th NPFL title. This quest not only represents a monumental milestone for the club but also an opportunity to redefine Nigerian football history, as no team has ever achieved such a feat.

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I'm Kingsley Neji, popularly known as Starlyon King, CEO of SportPremi and UnicrossBlog. I'm a sports journalist delivering data-driven reports and analysis.
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