April 21, 2024




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Vihiga Queens rally to floor Zanzibar's New Generations

The CAF Women's Champions League main event is set to be held in Cote d’Ivoire with the date yet to be confirmed.

Madira hit Kibera to win FKF Division One league

Assassins –made history as they are a high school team that will play in the FKF-WPL. The team is predominantly made up of students.

Bungoma Queens qualify for Women's Premier League

The team advanced to the playoff at the expense of Gideon Soccer Starlets who topped the competition for the better part of the season.

Vihiga Queens, Madira set up a mouthwatering Vihiga derby next season

The elevation of Villa means that the county will have three teams in the Super League as Vihiga United and Vihiga Bullets will be in the second tier in the new season.

Kibera Queens, Vihiga Assasins promoted to Premier League

Assassins were true to their name on the final day of the season wiping the floor with Kimathi Lionesses 23-0 to move clear atop of Zone B table.

FKF set to introduce women Super-league

Teams that will taste defeat in the playoffs will be among the first to get slots in the Super League according to Nabwire.

Week of Fate: Bungoma Queens win final match but have to wait

A win for Kisped or a draw of any kind will work in favour of Bungoma who will be assured of the top slot and automatic promotion to the top tier.

Bungoma Queens eye promotion in final round

Bungoma who have 45 points against their name are scheduled to host the Eldoret based Solasa Stima Queens with Gideon who have 46 points taking on Kisped on Saturday.

CAF Women Champions League : Vihiga Queens land in Pool B

Vihiga Queens, who were crowned the FKF Women Premier League Champions in May this year, will be up against JKT Queens (Tanzania), AS Kigali Women (Rwanda) and New Generation FC (Zanzibar).

Uncertainty as Junior Starlets break camp

The team was in camp preparing  for the CECAFA U18 tournament. This decision has been made due to the prevailing uncertainty surrounding the tournaments’ scheduling.