Kenyan Premier League (KPL) clubs are set anti-doping information sharing workshops starting on Tuesday 20th March in Nairobi to Thursday 5th April in Mombasa.

Players and Technical Bench staff from all the 18 teams in the league will attend the workshops that are meant to educate them on the sensitive doping issue.

The main aim is to sensitize, educate and guide players and support staff on the issue of doping. There has been a lot of rumours and speculations about the whole issue of anti-doping which these workshops aim at clarifying.


Tuesday 20th March – AFC Leopards, Nakumatt FC and Tusker FC  in Nairobi from 9AM and Thika United  in Thika from 1PM

Thursday 22nd March – Gor Mahia, Sofapaka and Posta Rangers – Nairobi from 9AM

Tuesday 27th March – Kariobangi Sharks, Mathare United and Wazito – Nairobi from 9AM

Thursday 29th March – Kakamega Homeboyz and Vihiga United – in Kakamega and Vihiga respectively

Friday 30th March –   Nzoia Sugar FC and Chemelil Sugar FC in Nzoia

Tuesday 3rd April – Sony Sugar FC in Awendo

Wednesday 4th April – Zoo Kericho FC in Kericho

Thursday 5th April – Ulinzi Stars FC in Nakuru and Bandari FC in Mombasa