Kaya F.C. - Philippines Football League
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Kaya F.C.

Kaya Futbol Club-Makati (Tagalog pronunciation: [ˈkaja futbol klub]) is a Filipino professional association football club based in Makati City in the National Capital Region. They are set to play in the Philippines Football League (PFL), the national domestic league of the Philippines. They previously played at the United Football League.

The name of the club comes from the Filipino word káya, which means “we can”. In Old Tagalog, the word is closely defined as susi ng kapatiran (key to brotherhood). Both of these definitions provide the basis for Kaya’s team spirit and vision as a club.[1] The club is owned by Santiago Araneta, the CEO and the owner of LBC Express. The club’s main rival is the Loyola Meralco Sparks.

Kaya had their first major success in 2015, when they won the UFL Cup.