Football is a good game lived by many and if you have a child showing interest in this game then support him/her as it pays. Kenya has clubs that play in Kenya Premier League and these teams have bought amazing buses for their own use.
These are the luxurious buses own by Kenyan football clubs.
1.Gor Mahia Fc.
Gor Mahia is one the successful club in Kenya that has maintained it's stability since it was founded back in 1960s. For Mahia has developed some nicknames such as, Kogalo, and Sirikal. The club has its luxurious bus they use for Local traveling for away matches.
Gor Mahia fc Bus.
Wazito Football club is an association football club based Nairobi, Kenya and it is owned by Swedish businessman Ricardo Badoer. The club has also a good bus for their local movements.
Wazito Fc Bus.
3.AFC Leopards fc.
The well known Ingwe and Mashemeji Derby is one of Gor Mahia's rivals since 1960s up-to-date. Fc Leopards plays in Kenya Premier League, like other clubs, the club has its bus that they use for local transport for away matches.
AFC Leopards bus.
Sofapaka is one of the Kenyan Football club that is based in Nairobi and plays it's home matches at Nyayo stadium. The team also own their bus for away matches.
Like other clubs, Tusker plays in Kenya Premier League. The club is owned by Tusker of of the brand of local brewery in Kenya and has a bus for their own transportation.
Tusker fc Bus.
6.Kakamega Homeboyz fc.
Kakamega has the luxurious bus that has amazed many of its fans in Kenya. The club uses the bus for their local transportation during their away matches.
Kakamega Homeboyz fc Bus.
7. Nzoia Sugar Fc.
Nzoia has a good number of supporters in Kenya as it plays in Kenya Premier League. It is owned by Nzoia sugar and recently bought them a bus that was flagged off by the President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta.
Nzoia Sugar Fc Bus.
Shabana is a football club based in Kisii county that play in Kenya Premier League. It was issued their bus during Mashujaa day by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Shabana Fc Bus.
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