FKF provincial league to have 20 teams

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Nairobi East branch provincial league will have 20 teams next season instead of 40. Nairobi East chairman Michael Majua Ouma also announced that all leagues will kick off on March 4.

He announced that EPZ Balaji, Black Mamba, Kahawa West and Wajiji have been promoted to the top league.

Eight teams on the other hand have earned promotion from the sub-county league to the county leagues and include Silver Stars, Stanford, Njiru Blackstars and Kariobangi Clevers from Zone A and Champions Nyayo SC, Sabati, Boca Stars and Pumwani Youth from Zone B.

The eight take up slots vacated by demoted sides Kariobangi South United, Komarock AllStars, Young Rising Stars and White Rose Eagles from Zone A and Mukuru Combined, Cathmo and Jericho Revelation from Zone B.

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