8 years ago

Football Clubs in Kenya And Their Stadiums.

Kenya premier league is now gaining fame and we are witnessing many people attending stadiums during football matches which are a show of how Kenyans are supporting their football league. Kenyans are also buying products from football clubs such as jackets, jersey, and caps hence contributing to the growth of football clubs in Kenya.

The current premier league of Kenya is known as tusker premier league and has sixteen (16) clubs on the top flight. It usually begins in February every year and end around November. Each football club in Kenya has a stadium for its home matches. The sta  Continue reading ...

8 years ago

Tusker Premier League Remaining Fixtures for the 2014/2015 Season.

Tusker premier league is a football league in Kenya which contain sixteen clubs. The Kenya premier league begin in February 2014 and is expected to end in August 2014. The football matches from Tusker premier league are now being broadcasted live from supersport DStv channels.

25th June 2014

Top fry Nakuru vs tusker

28th August 2014

Ulinzi stars vs AFC Leopards.

Muhoroni youth vs mathare united

Western stima vs tusker

Top fry Nakuru vs Sony sugar


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8 years ago

Gor Mahia Football Club in Kenya.

Gor mahia is a famous football club in Kenya that operates in Nairobi city and has various nickname such as K’Ogalo, Mayienga and Sirkali. This football club was established in 17th February 1968 and won the first league the same year and are the current defending champions in the Tusker Premier league (Kenya premier league). It was the first club to be formed in Kenya.

They are currently using Nairobi city stadium as their home ground stadium but they are also allowed to use Moi international sport centre for the same purpose. This stadium has a capacity of 15000 people and c  Continue reading ...

8 years ago

Stadiums In Kenya And Their Capacity

Kenya has various stadiums in various towns and cities where different games and sports are held. Just like most of many countries in the world, football is the main sport adored by majority of Kenyans. Kenya is also known for other sports like athletics, rugby, basketball and volleyball. The following is a list of stadiums in Kenya and the number of people they are able to accommodate.

  •  Ilala Stadium, Pan Paper Webuye.

Capacity- 10,000


  • Rirungu Stadium, Nyeri.

Capacity- 10,000


8 years ago

How To Improve Football Match In Kenya

The national team has been poorly ranked by fifa and the level of football in the country is diminishing each and every day. As compared to many other countries, Kenya is facing a lot of hardships in trying to get better ways of improving football and the following are some of the methods that have been proven to be effective.

Provision of better training facilities

Kenya needs to invent better ways such as providing players with a lot of facilities that can be used to enhance their training hence coming up with good results. It has been noted that countries that perform w  Continue reading ...

8 years ago

Football Betting Websites In Kenya

Betting in football basically means selecting the outcome of the game or predicting the end result of a football match. Gambling an act that is considered a vice has first gained fame in Kenya in the recent past significantly dating from mid-2012. The market or participants of this game are a wide range of soccer fanatics and sometimes even non-football fans that are out to make money or double there outcome. This information may prove to be very important especially during this world cup period with business just reaching its boom as economists would say; here are the places to engage your  Continue reading ...

8 years ago

Most Dominated Races by Kenyan Runners

The Kenyan athletics federation is continually doing well and making the country more proud by winning more gold medals for the country. It has been noted that Kenya is the best country in the athletic field in Africa and among the best in the world. The following categories of races are the most dominated by Kenyan runners and they are performed best by them.


The race is one of the favorite for both the male and their counterpart female athletes. Kenyans have continually dominated this race with majority of them breaking major world records and winning a lot of gold   Continue reading ...

8 years ago

Best Football Coaches of The National Team


The coach propelled Kenya into the Africa cup of nations that saw the young team perform well despite not qualifying for the next round.Mulee has since helped the national team do well in major events and has been a crucial force in the issues pertaining the national team. He has made history with the team and continues to aspire to do well and help the level of football in the country to grow.


The coach used a set of local based players that he used them to reach the cecafa finals in Uganda Kampala. James has been consistent with p  Continue reading ...

9 years ago

Nairobi Sports House In Kenya- Providing Quality Sporting Equipment To Kenyans

Many Kenyans are increasingly getting motivated to stay healthy and look younger as the years go by. One way of doing this is by exercising a few times a week to keep physically fit in Kenya. Exercising in Kenya helps in gaining the advantage of keeping lifestyle diseases in Kenya at an arm’s length and at the same time look good from a physical perspective. With the increase in the number of Kenyans wanting to exercise, the need of finding quality sports and physical exercise equipment in Kenya is of importance. Incorporated in 1988, Nairobi sports house  Continue reading ...

9 years ago

Location And Services Provided In The Nairobi City Stadium In Kenya

The Nairobi City Stadium in Kenya is a multi-purpose stadium found in the eastern part of Nairobi city approximately 2.8 Kilometers from the Kencom bus stage in Nairobi. The Nairobi City Stadium in the city of Nairobi which borders Jogoo Road, Lusaka Road and Kaloleni Estate in Nairobi was established in the 1960s and is the third largest stadium in Kenya after Nyayo stadium in Nairobi and the Safaricom Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi (formerly the Moi International Sports Centre). Nairobi City Stadium is owned by the Nairobi  Continue reading ...