Kakamega Homeboyz and Mathare United registered identical 3-0 wins over AFC Leopards SC and Nzoia Sugar FC respectively in SportPesa Premier League matches played on Saturday 15th December. Kakamega Homeboyz 3-0 AFC Leopards Former Nakuru AllStars man Peter Thiongo produced a man of the match performance as Kakamega Homeboyz beat AFC Leopards 3-0 at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega. Thiongo opened the scoring in the 14th minute and provided both [...]
Seven matches will be played as the SportPesa Premier League (2018/19) season enters Round Two this coming weekend. The Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega will host [...]
The team comprising of Lt. Col. Erick W. Oloo, the SSSC Chairman, Mr John Barasa, Mr Laban Jobita who joined in Kisumu and GMT Ottieno, [...]
FINAL INSPECTION REPORT OF THE EASTERN AND CENTRAL CIRCUIT BY THE KPL STADIA, SAFETY AND SECURITY COMMITTEE
THIKA SUB-COUNTY STADIUM Thika Sub-County Stadium was inspected on Tuesday, December 04, 2018. The team was taken round by Ms. Njeri, the Sub-County Sports Officer. [...]
The Stadia Safety and Security Committee has banned the below stadia from hosting league matches Ruaraka Sports Ground Mumias Sports Complex Thika Sub County Stadium [...]
Nine matches were played across different venues as the 2018/19 SportPesa Premier League season kicked off over the weekend. Saturday 8th December Bandari 2-1 Gor [...]
Kisumu High Court judge David Majanja on Monday 22nd January dismissed Muhoroni Youth’s application to be reinstated into the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) in the upcoming season.
The club had sued Kenyan Premier League Ltd and the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) arguing there initial relegation from the top-tier due to failure to comply with club licencing requirements affected their performance hence their eventual relegation from the league after finishing bottom of the log with 24 points having played 34 matches.
Judge David Majanja however in his ruling said the club did not prove adequately that their initial relegation affected their performance and that indeed they are rightfully supposed to play in the KPL 2018 season. He also ruled that it would be unfair to grant the injunction since the 2018 KPL and NSL fixtures are out and teams have been preparing to play in the respective league.