Fixtures

COSAFA Cup 06/27 16:00 1 Zambia vs Kenya - View
COSAFA Cup 06/30 10:00 2 Kenya vs Comoros - View
COSAFA Cup 07/02 10:00 3 Kenya vs Zimbabwe - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 03/17 13:00 - Gambia vs Kenya - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 03/21 13:00 - Kenya vs Gabon - View
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 09/01 13:00 - Kenya vs Gambia - View

Results

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 06/11 13:00 - [3] Kenya v Ivory Coast [1] D 0-0
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 06/07 13:00 - [3] Kenya v Burundi [4] D 1-1
International Match 03/26 15:00 - Zimbabwe v Kenya W 1-3
International Match 03/23 15:00 - Malawi v Kenya W 0-4
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/20 19:00 - [6] Seychelles v Kenya [4] W 0-5
Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/16 16:00 - [2] Gabon v Kenya [2] L 2-1
International Match 10/16 16:00 - Russia v Kenya D 2-2
International Match 09/12 13:00 - Kenya v South Sudan L 0-1
International Match 09/07 15:15 - Qatar v Kenya W 1-2
International Match 06/18 11:30 - Mauritius v Kenya L 1-0
International Match 06/14 11:00 - Pakistan v Kenya W 0-1
International Match 06/11 14:30 - Kenya v Djibouti - CANC

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 9 3 6
Wins 4 0 4
Draws 3 2 1
Losses 2 1 1
Goals for 18 1 17
Goals against 8 2 6
Clean sheets 3 1 2
Failed to score 2 2 0

The Kenya national football team, also known as the Harambee Stars represents Kenya in association football. It is controlled by the Football Kenya Federation, the governing body football in Kenya, and competes as a member of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA). It is colloquially known as Harambee Stars and plays its home games primarily at the Nyayo National Stadium in the capital, Nairobi.

History

FIFA suspended Kenya from all football activities for three months in 2004, due to the interference of the government in football activities. The ban was reversed after the country agreed to create new statutes.

On 25 October 2006, Kenya was again suspended from international football, for failing to fulfill a January 2006 agreement made to resolve recurrent problems in its federation. FIFA announced that the suspension would be in force until the federation complies with the agreements previously reached.

Kenya qualified for the 2019 AFCON. The head coach at the time Sébastien Migné was appointed in May 2018, and since his appointment Kenya has climbed back into the top 100 FIFA ranked nations.

In May 2017, the Football Kenya Federation signed a 3-year partnership with kits manufacturer Mafro Sports to provide the kits for all national teams, as well as junior categories. The national team will use red jerseys for home matches, white jerseys for away matches, and green jerseys for matches played on neutral venues.

On 8 September 2018, Kenya earned a win over 4-time African champions Ghana, winning 1–0.

On 14 January 2023, Football Kenya Federation stated that it had suspended 14 players, including six players from Zoo Kericho FC and two coaches for match-fixing allegations.

The Kenya national soccer team, commonly known as "Harambee Stars," represents the East African country of Kenya in international soccer competitions. The team is managed by the Football Kenya Federation and has a rich history in African football.

The team's colors are red, green, and black, reflecting the national flag of Kenya. The team has a passionate fan base that supports them in their matches, both at home and abroad.

Over the years, Kenya has produced talented players who have gone on to play for top clubs in Europe and other parts of the world. The team has had some success in regional competitions, such as the CECAFA Cup, and has also competed in the Africa Cup of Nations.

The Harambee Stars are known for their fast-paced and attacking style of play, with skilled players who are capable of creating scoring opportunities. The team has a strong sense of national pride and unity, as reflected in their name "Harambee," which means "all pull together" in Swahili.

Overall, the Kenya national soccer team is a respected and competitive force in African football, with a bright future ahead as they continue to develop and grow as a team.