Football Kenya Federation has made significant changes to the women’s leagues structure in preparation for the upcoming 2023/24 season.

One of the key developments is the introduction of the FKF Women National Super League, a second-tier women’s league. This new league will be split into two zones, Zone A and Zone B.

The teams participating in the FKF Women National Super League have been selected from those relegated from the 2022/23 FKF Women Premier League season and the top-performing teams in the 2022/23 final FKF Women Division One league standings.

Zone A will consist of teams from Nairobi and the Coast regions, while Zone B will feature teams from the Nyanza and Upper Rift Valley regions.

In Zone A for the 2023/24 season, the teams are Uweza Women (Nairobi), Mathare United Women (Nairobi), Mombasa Olympic (South Coast), MTG United (North Coast), Falling Waters Barcelona (Central), Sunderland Samba (Nairobi), Macmillan Queens (Nairobi), Kangemi Starlets (Nairobi), and Kayole Starlet (Nairobi).

On the other hand, Zone B will haveĀ  Kisumu Allstarlets (Nyanza), Kisped Queens (Nyanza), Gideon Starlets (Nyanza), Royal Starlets (Upper Rift), Eldoret Falcons (Upper Rift), Kolwa Falcons (Nyanza), and Gene Queens (Upper Rift)

The league is tentatively scheduled to kick off on September 30, 2023.

Looking ahead, the FKF Women National Super League is aimed to expand further in the 2024/25 season, with the goal of having ten teams in each zone.

Additionally, the FKF Women Division One will now have action in four zones: Zone A, B, C, and D. Zone A will comprise teams from Nairobi, Central, and Eastern regions, while Zone B will host teams from the North Coast and South Coast regions.

Zone C will feature teams from Nyanza and Lower Rift regions, and Zone D will include teams from Western and Upper Rift regions.

The league will tentatively begin on October 14, 2023.

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