KPL release report on five banned stadiums

By Getinfoo 12/12/18 21:02

The Kenya premier league Stadia security committee has released its full report with Camp Toyoyo, Ruaraka, Chemelil Sports Complex, Thika Sub County and Mumias Complex banned from hosting sportpesa premier league games.

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According to the committee, Camp Toyoyo was banned due to issues of open drainages, security and proper sitting arrangements, not fans sitting atop outer perimeter wall, will have been addressed to the satisfaction of safety requirements in a football hosting ground.

Ruaraka Stadium

The report launched a scathing remark to Tusker FC and their sponsors for the lack of investment in the stadium banning the ground for lack of grass, Ponds in the playing field, bumpiness and both goal areas are bear with no grass and goal lines between the goal posts are hilly and would not allow a ball to roll easily.


The field looks more of a grazing ground with over-grown grass both inside and the surrounding areas than a football playing field with overgrown grass can conceal [harbour] snakes especially on the outer perimeter surrounding the playing turf.


Thika Sub-County Stadium was deemed extremely bumpy and uneven and caused injury both the players and match officials. Several areas of the turf are depressed and can act as a collect a lot of rainwater that will not augur well when it rains before or during the match as they will turn into small ponds.


Mumias Sugar Sports Complex was suspended due to looking seriously neglected with no visible activity going on. The playing surface has been invaded and infested with ant hills and will need immediate attention to arrest the menace



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