KB coach Kenwood Nkhoma and team manager Makamu Makisawo made the declaration on Sunday.
The Malawi Defence Force (MDF) headquarters soldiers booked their place in the TNM Super League when they finished at the top of the Chipiku Central Region Football League (CRFL).
They said they have been looking forward to joining the league.
“The Chipiku League has 22 teams and to emerge champions speaks volumes of what type of material Kamuzu Barracks has. We are not going there as tourists, but to make it our permanent home,” said Nkhoma.
Makisawo said they will not let this chance to slip through their fingers as they have waited for 15 years to play domestic football at that level.
“Our prayers have finally being answered. With the technical support we have at the headquarters, we are definitely optimistic that we will stand the pressure,” said Makisawo.
Central Region Football League (CRFL) chairperson Dean Josiah-Banda said the league will help KB in searching for players to beef up the team.
“We want them to take a leaf from Epac FC to safeguard their place in the top-flight league. We are targeting to have eight Central Region teams in the Super League,” said Banda.