Siaya benefit from grassroots football kitting initiative


Siaya benefit from grassroots football kitting initiative

In Summary

  • A Kenyan gaming firm has re-launched its kitting initiative that had earlier this year seen several teams participating in the county leagues get kitted with football jerseys
  • Speaking from Siaya, where the event took place, the firm’s country marketing manager Aggrey Sayi explained that the initiative intends to hand over more than 35,000 kits, as it seeks to promote local talent across the country

A Kenyan gaming firm has re-launched its kitting initiative that had earlier this year seen several teams participating in the county leagues get kitted with football jerseys.

Speaking from Siaya, where the event took place, the firm’s country marketing manager Aggrey Sayi explained that the initiative intends to hand over more than 35,000 kits, as it seeks to promote local talent across the country.

He added that the plan is to benefit the entire community by empowering local teams to enable them to perform better on the pitch.

“Clubs at the grassroots have been struggling to get proper equipment and kits. This is a timely boost and I am confident that it will go a long way in actualizing the dreams of young talented players in the country,” he said.

County League clubs around the country will also be entitled to at least six balls and kits and other in-kind provisions from the firm.

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