Exciting action in the Sakaja Super Cup Inter-Consticuency stage
Football fans in Nairobi are poised to experience an exciting brand of grassroots football as the Sakaja Super Cup enters the inter-constituencies stage on November 30-December 1, 2023.
In some of the eagerly anticipated clashes following the draw held on November 27, 2023, Bomas of Kenya will face off against KYSA, in a spectacle that is expected to keep spectators on the edge of their seats.
In another tie that is expected to be closely fought, Eastleigh South United will square off against Pumwani Sports Club, in a rematch from a clash that was contested in the group stage of this tournament.
The spotlight will also shift to Mathare’s Asec Huruma, the 2011 Safaricom Sakata Ball Nairobi region runners-up, who are gearing up for a showdown with Dagoretti’s Riruta’ 105.
Meanwhile, Kibra Arts is ready to test their mettle against Starehe’s Kawasaki in a battle that promises strategic prowess and thrilling moments.
In Embakasi North, football enthusiasts can expect Classic FC to go head-to-head with Westlands’ Kibagare Slums, while Makadara’s Makadara Youth faces off against Pan Africa Christian (PAC) University from Roysambu.
Anticipation is high for an exhilarating Dagoretti derby as B 13 squares off against Fifa Best, with Technical University Hummers from Starehe standing in the way of Kibra’s Sita Mbili.
The excitement extends to the FKF National Super League side, Creative Hands from Embakasi South, locking horns with Embakasi West’s Uefa Despanol. Kasarani’s Mwiki United is gearing up for a clash of tactical prowess against Embakasi North’s Clevers FC.
Embakasi Central’s Mo Fire aims to set the field ablaze against Ruaraka’s Lucky Summer, while Makadara’s Michezo Halisi seeks to impart football wisdom against Embakasi West’s Mowlem.
The fixtures continue with Embakasi South runners-up Mukuru Combined facing off against Embakasi North’s Bongonaya, as Roysambu’s Githurai All Stars (GAS) prepares to entertain Ruaraka’s St John’s.
In the women’s category, Dagoretti Mixed, Nairobi Secondary School’s football champions, are set to face off against Uweza Women. Meanwhile, Kibera Starlets and Langata Queens are poised for a battle for supremacy.
Two-time Safaricom Chapa Dimba champions, Beijing Raiders, are gearing up to raid Kibagare Girls’ Slum Scorers in an electrifying encounter. A Starehe derby unfolds as Starehe A clashes with Starehe B, while Joy Love Queens go head-to-head against Dagoretti Ladies, and Patriot Queens face Kenya Prisons Women in an action-packed segment of the tournament.
This tournament, sponsored by the Sakaja Foundation and Football Kenya Federation (FKF), is aimed at exposing and nurturing talents at the grassroots with the aim of offering them opportunities at the National Super League and FKF Premier League.
The winning teams will share a cumulative Sh6 million in prize money.