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 city county in Kenya. The Nairobi city stadium was previously known by various names like: African Stadium, Donholm Road Stadium and Jogoo Road Stadium in Kenya.
The Nairobi City main stadium has a standard football pitch in Kenya with artificial turf and is approved by the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA).This football pitch in Nairobi City Stadium is mainly used as a soccer stadium in Kenya by teams playing in the various leagues in Kenya. The major soccer clubs in Kenya that use the Nairobi city stadium as their home ground are: Gor Mahia football club in Kenya, Posta Rangers football club in Kenya and Mahakama football club in Kenya. The seating capacity of Nairobi City Stadium in Kenya is 15,000 people.
To get to the Nairobi City Stadium from the Kencom bus stage in the Nairobi CBD, one can walk via Moi Avenue, Haile Selassie Avenue and Landhies Road. The Nairobi City Stadium is to the right hand side immediately after joining Jogoo Road from the city stadium roundabout. Through public means, one can use the various Matatus plying the Jogoo Road route. These Matatus going to Nairobi City Stadium in Kenya include Umoja Estate bound Matatus from Ronald Ngala street in Nairobi, 36 (Dandora) picked from Muthurwa bus stage in Nairobi, 58(Buruburu) picked from Accra Road/Tom Mboya junction in Nairobi, 10(Maringo) from Muthurwa bus station in Nairobi among many others.
Anyone interested in accessing the Nairobi City Stadium must be keen not to miss the Nairobi City Stadium entry gate due to the many stalls that are located outside the stadium. These stalls near Nairobi City Stadium provide a shopping opportunity for second hand clothes, shoes, fruits and vegetables in Kenya but the downside is that they consume up space that would be useful for parking in Nairobi City Stadium.
Besides hosting Football league games in Kenya, the Nairobi City Stadium hosts other events like: sports tournaments in Nairobi e.g. the COPA Coca-Cola, Music concerts in Kenya etc.