The two Neighboring Countries are the leading football leagues in East Africa. They have very big and cute stadiums for hosting matches. Benjamin mkapa Stadium in Tanzania is big stadium that can occupy more than 30,000 fans. Nyayo Stadium in Kenya is also capable of hosting international games, and can occupy more than 30,000 fans.
Tanzania premier league is sponsored by Vodacom, which is the leading communication company in Tanzania. In Kenya the football league is sponsored by Betking Entertainment are the leading betting company in Kenya.
The two countries have a very good revival club in the respective leagues. In Tanzania the highest revival in the premier league are Simba sc and Yanga. These two teams creates a bid attraction for their fans when playing. Simba sc fan with red jerseys, they really show love and support for the club.
As well as the Young Africans fans, who promote and contributes much more in Tanzania football.
In Kenya the highest revival since the start of football history, are Gor mahia and Afc Leopards
When playing against each other, you will observe very many fans fill the stadium with different and funny decorations who proudly supports their team.
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