Tag: FKF President Nick Mwendwa
Betting giants Odibets on Tuesday gave a morale boost to the football national team Harambee Stars ahead of their qualifier match against Comoros today,...
The Football Federation of Kenya (FKF) and leading betting firm Odibets have launched the first-ever Nairobi Mtaani Cup. The tournament is a first of its...
Kenya will play Group E’s top-seeded team Mali, Uganda, and Rwanda in their quest to play their first-ever World Cup.
The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has inked an Sh127 Million deal with leading betting firm Odibets aimed at growing local football talent at the grass-root level.
The quality of talent in that team is undoubtedly good. The difficult task for the government and the Ministry of Sports is nurturing the talents to see the team win bigger trophies.
Kenya's national football team Harambee Stars have had financial woes for as long as any Kenyan football fan can remember. It has reached a...
Football Kenya Federation on Tuesday landed a sponsorship deal with betting firm Betika for the National Super League (NSL) Getting sponsorship has proved to be...
Kenya's national football team, Harambee Stars, is set to begin its road to qualifying for the 2021 African Cup of Nations with a match...
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