The 2018 mid-season transfer window came to a close on Monday, July 2, 2018, with FKF National Super League clubs bolstering their ranks with fresh players while letting go of others in a bid to better their performance in the second leg.
All the 19 NSL clubs were involved in transfer activities with over 270 moves being recorded.
Kangemi All-Stars, Nakuru All-Stars and GFE 105 were the most active sides with a total of 27 transfers apiece. Kangemi roped in 20 new players while letting go of seven, while Nakuru All-Stars signed 17 players and released ten. GFE 105 had the most number of outgoing transfers, with 17 players making moves away from the bottom-placed club.
Coast Stima, meanwhile, recorded the least activity, retaining all the players they had in the first leg and bringing on board only one new signing. Fellow Powermen Nairobi Stima brought on board four new players while retaining their entire first leg squad.