Finals Before The Finals As Sakaja Super Cup Light Up Nairobi

Sakaja Super Cup event series culminating into the fourth week of the tournament’s matches. PHOTO/SAKAJA SUPER CUP

NAIROBI, Kenya- Who will emerge the best? Which team from Nairobi West region will reign supreme, and who will be the beast from the East in Nairobi East region?

These questions will be answered when the Sakaja Super Cup East and West regional finals are played this Sunday December 17, 2023.

It will be finals before the main final at the Goan Institute when the best from both regions battles it out for a chance to play in the grand finale scheduled to take place on Wednesday 20th December at Police Sacco stadium bringing down the curtains on Nairobi’s biggest ever football tournament which has been played over a span of three months.

Sakaja Super Cup tournament players in action at Embakasi South school playgrounds. PHOTO/SAKAJA SUPER CUP

It will be time to know the kings and queens of the East and West sides of Nairobi as Kibagare Slums from Westlands Sub County face off with Kawasaki Sports from Starehe Sub County in Nairobi West in the first men’s semifinals to be played at 1:00 PM before Githurai All Stars from Roysambu entertain Victors Faith from Kasarani in Nairobi East region in a 3:00 PM kick off.

Sakaja Super Cup Tournament players in action. PHOTO/SAKAJA SUPER CUP

Winners of each semifinal will book a place to play in the final with a Ksh 3 million winning prize at stake.

Kibagare Slums defeated Asec Huruma while Kawasaki Sports overcame Classic FC as a tactical Victor’s Faith FC saw off Ruaraka’s Lucky Summer Sports and Githurai All-Stars defeating Creative Hands FC to book their slot in the regional finals.

Football fanatics gathered to witness and cheer their favorite players during the ongoing Sakaja Super Cup Series tournaments in Mathare Constitency. PHOTO/SAKAJA SUPER CUP

In the ladies competition regional finals for Nairobi East, Club Jojo from Embakasi Central will come up against Michezo Halisi Kenya from Makadara in the first match of the day at 9:00 am as Nairobi West’s Kibagare Girls from Westlands Sub County entertain Slum Scorers of Mathare Sub County, wary of the name of their opponents to seek their grand finals ticket.

Sakaja Super Cup team fanatics in action. PHOTO/SAKAJA SUPER CUP

The winners of the ladies finals stand a chance to take home 300,000 shillings prize money with the runners up take home a 200,000 shillings prize money.

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