June 23, 2024

Kahawa Sports and Society Alliance KSSA

Kahawa Sports and Society Alliance KSSA

Name Kahawa Sports and Society Alliance KSSA



Located at : Mahiga Primary Kahawa West Off Kamiti Road

Kahawa Sports and Society Alliance KSSA

We are Kahawa Sports and Society Alliance (KSSA). We've been known as Kahawa Sportive Soccer Academy since 2005 but we rebranded in 2021.
We are located at Mahiga Primary, Kahawa West - off Kamiti Road.
Under KSSA, we have;

1. Football section

- Kahawa Pride FC Cubs, an academy for players aged from 5yrs to 19.

- Kahawa Pride FC Lionesses, a ladies team playing in the Regional league

- Kahawa Pride FC,  a men's senior team playing in the county league.


Our  u13's, u15's & u17's are playing in 2 leagues, FKF League & MYSA league
- FKF league gives a platform for our u13 lads to be scouted for the national team selection of 40 players

-The MYSA League has opportunities for our players to be selected for Norway Cup attendance for the best selected 16.

- U13's are also playing in the Piga Bao league and academies league that is played on a round-robin format throughout the year

The Piga Bao League selects the best 20 players to represent it in an exchange program in Austria 

Our u11 is under development as well as U9  with both age brackets playing at the in MYSA League.


2. Sports for development

- Mea na Mimea; An urban incentive designed for the urban sporting young

- Vijana wa Ng'are; A charitable initiative for the urban young and disadvantaged


- During the Covid crisis, in partnership with Kenyan International, Joseph Okumu & AFC Ann Arbor we cushioned 700 sporting families within Roysambu Constituency with shopping packages.

- KSSA: SAP Awards Best Team/Organization (2021, 2019 & 2018)

- Coach Lawrence Kimuhu: SAP Awards winner for Coach of the year (2021 & 2022)

- Coach Susan: SAP Awards Most Inspiring Character of the Year (2021): Arsenal's World Remit future star semi-finalist (2019): Selected Bundesliga Youth Ambassador

- u19 Glenkeline Githinji: SAP Awards winner for Male Footballer of the Year (2021)

- u19 Simon Chege: u15 Harambee Stars call up 2019. (Currently 1st choice keeper for Kakamega's green commandos)

- u21 Brian Ongoncho: Won Norway u12 cup through MYSA in 2014 in Oslo

- u21 Lewis Mwaniki: Represented Kenya through MYSA (Mathare Youth Sports Association) in Oslo for the Norway u16 Cup in 2017

- u15 Angela Muthoni: CECAFA Harambee Starlets Call up

- u19 Angela Wachira: Harambee Starlets u20 call up (2023)

- u9 Tamara Wangui: SAP Awards winner Most Inspiring Kid of the Year (2023)

- u13 Tabitha Wambui: Represented Nairobi in primary schools nationals held in Kisumu (2023); SAP Award winner for Female Footballer of the Year Roysambu Constituency (2023)

- u13 Barry Kiseli: Africa Sports Kid of the Year (2022) for Africa Kids Awards; Sir Antonio Production (SAP) Awards winner for Amazing Kid of the year(2020 & 2021)

How to join Kahawa Sports and Society Alliance KSSA