1. Kericho staduim
In commemoration Kiprugut Chumo, the county administration renamed the stadium Kiprugut Chumo Stadium. Zoo FC now calls it home stadium. At a cost of Sh37 million, a tartan track was laid joining the list of few stadium with tartan.
2. Wanguru Stadium
A VIP area and steel pavilion stands are included stadium in Kirinyaga county. It was constructed with the assistance of the Jubilee government by the county administration in run-up to Independence Day celebration.
Machakos county has stadium with a green surface, metallic stands, changing rooms, and CCTVs. Sofapaka FC presently calls it home, and it also hosts other events ranging from political rallies, entertainment events and racing. It was vandalized by Gor Mahia fc supporters at one and renovation costed county government millions of shillings.
4. Bukhungu Stadium
In Kakamega town, there is a multifunctional stadium. It is mostly used for football matches and is the home of Western Stima, a KPL team. It has a capacity of 5,000 spectators. The stadium is now used mainly for political activities.
5. Dandora Stadium
There is artificial turf, seals, a gym center, modern stalls, and lighting. It was constructed by the administration of Sonko and it is one of the best stadium in the city.
6. Masinde Muliro stadium
The stadium, which is on 20 acres, contains a main terrace, balcony, and offices. It is the home of Nzoia Sugar in the Kenyan Premier League.
7. Isiolo Stadium
When finished, the stadium will hold between 35,000 and 40,000 people, making it the region's largest sports facility.
8. Gusii Stadium
Simeon Nyachae Stadium serves a variety of purposes. It is the home of Shabana FC and is utilized for football.
9. Bomet Stadium
Ksh200 million stadium will host athletics, football, and indoor events. It is half-finished and awaiting budget allocation. Hillary Barchok said Isaac Ruto wasted public resource by building it.
10. Siaya Stadium
The construction is continuing as county racing against time to complete it before 2022 election.
11. Jomo Kenyatta Stadium
The stadium, which cost Sh415 million to construct, can hold 30,000 people. Football, rugby, tennis, and hockey, among other sports, are all played there.
12. Joho Stadium in Mombasa
13. Kirubia Stadium
14. Ntimama Stadium
It was called Narok stadium before it was renamed in honor of Maa leader Ole Ntimama who advocated for the rights of his community.
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