Baku United futsal club was founded in 2008 by the Odlar Yurdu Organisation. Back at that time the Odlar Yurdu Organisation formed a number of amateur futsal teams made up of students studying in London. In addition to holding amateur tournaments among themselves, those teams occasionally were united in a single body and played against other clubs. Later on this historical tradition has given rise to the name ‘Baku United’.
Starting from the early years of its establishment the team participated in several tournaments organized in the UK. The first tournament that Baku United took part was “Haydar Aliyev” Cup futsal tournament organized by the Odlar Yurdu Diaspora Organisation. The mentioned tournament was organized exceptionally in the UK in 2008-2010. Following its success, the Czech Republic was added in 2011, Romania and Austria were included in 2012 into the list of countries where the tournament was organized. 2013 was a year of great accomplishment with the tournament organized in 8 countries with participation of 88 teams. In 2009 Baku United became the champion of “Haydar Aliyev” Cup futsal tournament.
Another competition that Baku United took part was annual Lobanovski tournament held in the UK. Despite still being newborn, the club triumphed in 2009 and won the stated cup.
Following the high accomplishments as an amateur team, the new priority for the club has become to transform and develop itself into a professional team. Therefore, the club started to co-operate with ‘Spartans’ – England’s futsal elite team. In 2012 two teams were united under the name of “Baku United”.
In 2012-2013 Baku United joined the England’s National Futsal League as a professional team. Just in one year the newly formed professional club managed to win the championship in England’s Super League in 2013 and gained a right to represent England in UEFA Futsal Cup next year. Baku United is a multinational team with players from various nationalities – Azerbaijani, British, Serb, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish and etc.