USFAS Bamako 2021-22 Home (#9) Jersey/Shirt
This is a Joma USFAS Bamako home jersey as worn by the club throughout the 2021-22 period.
Union Sportive des Forces Armées et Sécurité de Bamako (usually known as USFAS) compete in the Malien Première Division and are based in Bamako, the capital city of Mali. The club is operated by the Malian Armed Forces and play their home matches at the Stade Municipal de USFAS Bamako, which is located near Bamako’s military headquarters. USFAS were founded in 1965 and competed in the inaugural Malien Première Division season in 1966. In a league dominated by two clubs since it began, USFAS have never won a league title, with their only major trophy being their famous 1995 Coupe du Mali title, where they won 2-0 against Stade Malien, the winners of the Première Division in that year. USFAS have regularly performed well in the league, particularly during their golden era of the 1990s, with their best-ever league season in 1999 ending in a runners-up finish and qualification for the CAF Cup. The club has also produced some of Mali’s top footballers over the years, with most notable from the current generation being Hamari Traoré, who came through the youth ranks of USFAS and is now playing with Ligue 1 club Rennes as well as being a key player for the Mali national team.