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KCB vs Leopards

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Tusker vs Talanta

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Police vs Nairobi City Stars

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Mathare United vs Ulinzi Stars

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Wazito vs Homeboyz

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Police vs Nzoia Sugar

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Vihiga Bullets vs Kariobangi Sharks

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Leopards vs Gor Mahia

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Bandari vs Posta Rangers

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Talanta vs KCB

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Ulinzi Stars vs Bidco United

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Homeboyz vs Tusker

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Sofapaka vs Mathare United

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Nairobi City Stars vs Wazito

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Ulinzi Stars vs Gor Mahia

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Sofapaka vs KCB

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Kariobangi Sharks vs Wazito

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Nzoia Sugar vs Mathare United

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Homeboyz vs Posta Rangers

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Talanta vs Vihiga Bullets

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Kenya, like most African countries, is a soccer crazy nation and soccer is by far the most the most popular sport in Kenya and the popularity of the sport cuts across both ethnic and class lines. Kenya is yet to make a mark on the continental stage because the National team rarely features at the Africa Cup of Nations and Kenyan clubs do not perform particularly well in African club tournaments. People follow soccer for a variety of reasons, there are some who just do so for the love of the sport, whilst others follow soccer for betting purposes because Kenya has arguably the biggest betting industry. The betting industry has immensely aided to the development because betting companies are sponsoring both the league and individual clubs.

What is the Kenyan Premier League?


The Kenyan Premier League is Kenya’s top professional league in Kenya. The league is officially known as the FKF Premier League and also as the BetKing Premier League (BPL) due to sponsorship reasons as Betking is the official sponsor of this great league. The Kenyan Premier League was founded 58 years ago in the year 1963, when the league was formed it was under the Kenya Football Federation but from 2011 it is now run by the Football Kenya Federation, which is the governing body of football in Kenya.
When the league was formed up to the 1996, the league was known as the Kenya National Football League although the name was changed to ‘Kenyan Super League’ in the years 1973 and 1997. From 1998, the league was renamed ‘Kenya Premier League’ and the league has maintained that name up to date. The Kenyan Premier League comprises of a total of 18 teams and the league follows a standard top division format similar to any other leagues in the world where each team plays each other home and away.

There is a total of three domestic cups for Premier League teams namely the FKF Cup, Super Cup and the Top 8 Cup, these Cups are important for the clubs because they are very lucrative and the teams can earn huge sums of money by competing in any of these cups. Besides the local Cups, the Kenyan Premier League is a member of CAF so the Kenyan Premier League teams can participate in the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup. Gor Mahia is the most successful team in the league’s history with a total of 19 league titles, AFC Leopards are also a force in Kenya with 12 titles.

How many teams are in the league and the format of the Kenyan Premier League?
There is a total of 18 teams in the Kenyan Premier League, and what this means is that each ansd every team in the division will play a total of 34 matches, 17 home matches and 17 away matches. 3 points are awarded for a win, 1 for a draw and none for a loss. If there is a tie, goal difference, goals scored and head-to-head are used in that order as tie breakers, If all three categories are equal, the teams will then head for a play-off match.
The team which finishes the league with the most number of points will will the league and will also qualify for the CAF Champions League. The teams which finish in the bottom two are automatic relegated but the team which finishes third from bottom faces the third-placed team in the National Super League to decide the third relegation spot and the winner will earn a spot in the Kenyan Premier League for the next season.

When does the Kenyan Premier League start?
The Kenyan Premier League normally starts in March and ends in November, but these dates have been disrupted by the Covid 19 pandemic. The league temporarily closes during the international breaks when club competition gives way for national competitions.

Performances over past few seasons in the Kenyan Premier League?
Gor Mahia has been a dominant force in the league of late and they are the current Kenya Premier League champions, having won it four seasons in a row from the year 2017. In the past 10 seasons Gor Mahia have won the league 7 times and Tusker won it three times. Currently Tusker are leading the title race but it looks more competitive this time around.