Case Study-Competitions

 

  1. Women Premier league
Women Premier League
Spedag’s Wendy Achieng (right) controls the ball under pressure from her Soccer Queens marker in a recent WPL match

In competitions, the FKF president has seen to it that the women premier league and the women Division one league are both up and running after failing to kick-off in recent years. 16 teams currently participate in the FKF women premier league split equally into two zones. The number of participants is however expected to improve in upcoming seasons.

  1. U13 and U15 leagues

U13 U15 leagues

The FKF president has also successfully overseen the first ever launch and roll out of the U13 and U15 leagues which were played in a carnivore format throughout the country, with Kisii Branch becoming the first branch to launch the league on July 2, 2016, the others following suit

The junior leagues remain vital for this administration quest to qualify for the 2022 world cup and building of future national teams with the recent finals which were held in Nakuru culminating in the selection the national u13 side that will represent Kenya in an international tournament scheduled to be played in Southampton, the UK in August.

  1. Maisha County Leagues

Maisha County League

The Federation in partnership with the Ministry of Health launched the Maisha County leagues in June 2016 in an effort aimed at harnessing the use of sports as a tool for social change. 900 and 400 men’s’ team and women’s’ team took part in the tournament.

  1. Elite Schools League

Discussions are at an advanced stage to have thirteen schools act as the Federation’s center of excellence with the schools having their own leagues. The move is aimed at not only fostering youth development but also ensuring that scouted players are put in an environment that promotes the nurturing of their skills.