The Safaricom Chapa Dimba Tournament National Finals will be held in Kisumu, following a draw held on Friday, April 5, 2024, at the Safaricom Headquarters in Nairobi.

This tournament, currently in its fourth edition, witnessed over 3000 teams from eight regions across the country participating, starting from the ward level, county finals, intercounty playoffs, and regional finals. This culminated in 16 teams, from both the boys’ and girls’ categories, vying for the national title. The competition is set to commence on Thursday, April 11, and conclude on Sunday, April 14th, 2024, at Mamboleo Stadium and Moi Stadium in Kisumu.

The final leg of the tournament will commence with the quarterfinals, which will be played at both Mamboleo and Moi Stadiums. In the boys’ category, Obunga FC (Nyanza) will face Lysa FC (Central), Bandari Youth (Coast) will take on Wajir All Stars (North Eastern), PASC Langa (Rift Valley) will compete against Young Kings (Nairobi), and Ebwali FC (Western) will play against Chuka University Scorpions (Eastern).

In the girls’ category, Season 1 champions, Plateau Queens (Nyanza) will play Changamwe Ladies (Coast), Brenda Girls (Western) will face Syomunyu Secondary (Eastern), Dagoretti Mixed (Nairobi) will face Wiyeta Girls (Rift Valley), and Barcelona Ladies (Central) will meet Wajir Queens (North Eastern).

Subsequently, the action will shift to Mamboleo Stadium for the semifinals on Friday, April 12, 2024, and Saturday, April 13, 2024, followed by the finals on Sunday, April 14, 2024, also at Mamboleo Stadium.

The winning teams in the national finals will walk away with Ksh. 1 million in cash, while the runners-up and second runners-up will receive Ksh. 500,000 and Ksh. 250,000, respectively. Additionally, each player, both winners, runners-up, and second runners-up, will receive Neon Smartphones, the first locally assembled 4G smartphone in Kenya.

Outstanding players, including the Best Goalkeeper, Top Scorer, and Most Valuable Player (boys and girls), will each receive Ksh. 50,000.

This partnership aligns with the federation’s key objectives regarding women and youth football, providing a platform to harness talent from grassroots levels, creating growth opportunities, and nurturing Kenyan football in the long run.

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Boys Category


  1. Obunga FC (Nyanza) vs. Lysa FC (Central) – Moi Stadium
  2. Bandari Youth (Coast) vs. Wajir All stars (N. Eastern) – Mamboleo Stadium
  3. PASC Langa (Rift Valley) vs. Young Kings (Nairobi) – Mamboleo Stadium
  4. Ebwali FC (Western) vs. Chuka Uni Scorpions (Eastern) – Moi Stadium


  1. Quarter Final 1 Winner vs Quarter Final 2 Winner
  2. Quarter Final 3 Winner vs Quarter Final 4 Winner


Semifinal 1 winner Vs. Semifinal 2 winner

Girls Category


  1. Syomunyu Secondary (Eastern) vs Brenda Girls (Western) – Moi Stadium
  2. Dagoretti Mixed (Nairobi) vs Wiyeta Girls (Rift Valley) – Mamboleo Stadium
  3. Changamwe Ladies (Coast) vs Plateau Queens (Nyanza) – Moi Stadium
  4. Barcelona Ladies SC (Central) vs Wajir Queens (Eastern) – Mamboleo Stadium


  1. Quarter Final 1 Winner vs Quarter Final 2 Winner
  2.  Quarter Final 3 Winner vs Quarter Final 4 Winner


Semifinal 1 winner vs Semifinal 2 winner

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