Firefighters and ambulances were on standby at the location to offer quick medical responses that would have risen.
For foodies, event organisers Coca Cola set up food courts where their wet appetites were quenched with nyama choma, chilled drinks and other mouthwatering meals.
Other food vendors too made a kill by selling sumptuous meals in their set up cubicles.
The revellers also had a chance to enjoy a 'World Cup' experience in the mini-stadium that was erected at the venue, which was complete with stands and seats.
The stadium also acted as the centre of entertainment by various live performance artists, with two Disc Jockeys on either side of the house crooning hits that kept spectators on their feet.
Shakira's classic pieces 'Waka Waka' and 'Wave Your Flag' by K'naan which were synonymous with the 2010 World Cup in South Africa were belted at intervals to remind the fans that football unites us all.
Those with not so good eyesight kept abreast with the performance at the stadium on the two giant screens erected on either side of the stage.
For sports lovers, a section was set up where they competed in various sports including pool games, futsal, FIFA, penalty takes and juggling.
All in all, it was a thrilling and exciting day for football fans in Kenya.
In case you are reading this from South Africa, at least you now have a gist of what to expect when the trophy lands in Johannesburg on Saturday.