Jamhuri High School To Host Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Nairobi Regional Finals

Jamhuri High School To Host Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Nairobi Regional Finals

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Jamhuri High School to host the Nairobi Regional finals of the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom tournament on Saturday, February 22nd, and Sunday, February 23, 2020.

In the boys’ category, last season’s winners South B United from Starehe failed to make it past the group stages, setting the stage for new winners to be crowned. Meanwhile last season’s girls’ champions Acakoro Ladies from Kasarani will be looking to defend their title.

“There has been better documentation this season which has seen a lot more teams registered, making the competition tough right from the kickoff. I would like to encourage the teams to uphold discipline so as to avoid disqualification,” said Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Nairobi Region Coordinator, James Omondi.

Over 100 teams took to the field in the Nairobi qualifiers with four boys’ teams, Kenya School of Government (KSG) from Westlands, Dagoretti Mixed Boys, Hakati Sportiff from Makadara and Brookshine Academy from Kasarani joining four girls’ teams, Acakoro, St Anne’s Eaglets from Makadara, Kibagare from Westlands and Beijing Raiders from Starehe in the regional finals.

The regional finals will begin with mentorship clinics on Friday where players will be imparted with life skills necessary to lead successful careers on and off the pitch. The semi-finals will be played on Saturday, February 22, 2020, with the finals being held on Sunday, February 23, 2020.

Tumaini School from Makueni and Isiolo Starlets won the Eastern regional final to join North Eastern’s Berlin FC from Garissa, Coast region’s Yanga FC from Malindi and Kwale Ladies as well as Central region’s Falling Waters from Laikipia and Ulinzi Youth from Nanyuki to secure a ticket to the national finals where KES 1,000,000 is up for grabs.

The winning teams will walk away with KES 200,000 each and a chance to represent the region in the national finals set for June 2020. The runners up will pocket KES 100,000 with a host of individual prizes set to be won by the best players.

After the regional finals, an All-Star team comprising of 16 girls and 16 boys will be selected to attend a 10-day training camp in Spain during which they will play friendlies against top Spanish La Liga Football Academies.

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