The Mashemeji derby that took place on Sunday at the Nyayo stadium showcased the hope and potential that Kenyan football has. More than 10,000 fans for two of the most successful teams in the country came to cheer for their respective teams. This was just below a quarter of the stadium’s total capacity which is 45,000. Regular tickets went for Kshs300/= while VIP tickets went for Kshs 1000/=. AFC Leopards were at home and got quite a good substantial amount of money from the tickets. Approximately Kshs 3,330,500
With the right strategic measures towards better football quality and support, Kenyan football will surely return to its former glory. For this to happen, there must be a strong foundation to sustain the top league [FKF-KPL] and make it both attractive and competitive in all aspects. By ensuring that football at the grassroot level is nurtured and maintained there will be light at the end of the tunnel.
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