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| 28 Nov 23 ||Shandong Luneng || - || Kaya FC–Iloilo |
| 13 Dec 23 ||Kaya FC–Iloilo || - || Incheon United|
| 07 Nov 23 ||Kaya FC–Iloilo || ||1 - 2 || ||Yokohama F|
| 25 Oct 23 ||Yokohama F || ||3 - 0 || ||Kaya FC–Iloilo|
| 03 Oct 23 ||Incheon United || ||4 - 0 || ||Kaya FC–Iloilo|
| 19 Sep 23 ||Kaya FC–Iloilo || ||1 - 3 || ||Shandong Luneng|
| 30 Jun 22 ||Kaya FC–Iloilo || ||0 - 1 || ||Bali United|
Kaya Futbol Club–Iloilo (Incorporated as Una Kaya Futbol Club, Inc.) is a Filipino professional football club based in Iloilo City. They play in the Philippines Football League, the highest tier of Philippine football. The club has won one UFL cup and one Copa Paulino Alcantara. The club has also competed in the AFC Cup.Team Members
Founded in 1996 as Kaya Futbol Club in Makati, the club's name comes from the Filipino word káya ("we can"). While in Old Tagalog, the word is defined as susi ng kapatiran ("key to brotherhood"). Both of these definitions provide the basis for Kaya's team spirit and vision. The club was a founding member of the United Football League (UFL)—the de facto top-level league of Philippine football back then. They played in the UFL throughout its existence from 2010 to 2016. In 2017, the club changed its name to Kaya F.C.–Makati upon joining the Philippines Football League (PFL), the official top flight of Philippine football. In 2018, they relocated to Iloilo City and changed their name accordingly.
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Iloilo Sports Complex, also known as the Iloilo Sports Center is a multi-use sports complex in La Paz, Iloilo City, Philippines and is the venue of athletic events in Iloilo province and Western Visayas and occasionally hosts large gatherings such as concerts. Its main stadium has a seating capacity of 7,000.
Iloilo Sports Complex includes an Olympic-size swimming pool, an oval running track, a football field, two volleyball courts, two basketball courts, two tennis courts and four badminton courts. An indoor gymnasium is located 200 meters away from the main site.
The athletics track underwent repair in 2014 which costed ₱100 thousand though it had to be rehabilitated again due to the number of sporting events hosted by the venue. The sports venue had to be closed in October 2015 for renovation works.The ₱18 million rehabilitation was completed in December 2015. The athletics track was rubberized and had its lanes painted. The football field also had its grass switched to another type of Bermuda grass.
It hosts the home matches of Iloilo F.A. football team. In February 2018, Kaya Futbol Club adopted the Iloilo Sports Complex as their home venue. Liga Futbol Inc., the organization that manages the Philippines Football League approved the usage of the field for league matches by Kaya in April 20, 2018. The club is set to play their first home league match against Global Cebu on May 2.Trophies Fanart