47 players drawn from the top SportPesa Premier League clubs have been selected to join a training camp in January 2017 as the country draws nearer to the first ever football match pitting an English Premier League side, Hull City, and a Kenyan side.
The friendly match at the KCOM Stadium in United Kingdom next year is part of the Hull City’s continued support of shirt sponsor SportPesa’s co
In the spirit of growth of local football,, Hull City coaches arrived in the country at the close of 2016 to scout for the best talent that will face the Hull City team in the first quarter of 2017.
On the 13th of April 2016, SportPesa presented new kits alonside training/ warmup kits all encapsuled in a training bag to the Gor Mahia team during their team training session at Camp Toyoyo, Jericho.
This is an addition to the commitment SportPesa has made to strengthening the club's ambitions to be stronger & more talented by focusing on the sport.
As a five year partnership, SportPesa’s in
The first week of the training camp at the Kasarani Stadium is over. The Hull Tigers coaches completed the selection of the 1st set of players who remain in the camp for the second week. Here's an update of how the selection day went. #HiiGameNiYetu #TigersInThe254
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How 's the mood of the #SPL players at the camp? Where do we go from here? What expectations are there gpiong forward at the training camp going on at Kasarani Stadium as we come to a close of the first week?
Here's all the goings-on as we search for the final 18-man team that will face Hull City next month.
The SportPesa All-Star team that will to take on English Premier League side Hull City in a friendly match on February 27 was unveiled on Saturday afternoon at the Moi International Sports Complex.
The 18-member team will be the first Kenyan football team ever to play an English Premier League club.
The Technical Bench will include team manager Neville Pudo and head coach Stanley Okumbi.
Last Monday, the KCOM was home to a historical exhibition match between young Tigers prospects and a team of Kenyan players scouted by the club during our time working with shirt sponsor SportPesa. Beamed back to Africa live from the home of the Tigers; here are the highlights from the game.