Tusker FC moves home matches back to Nairobi

Tusker FC moves home matches back to Nairobi

06 Sep 2017, 18:33

Kenya Premier League defending champions Tusker FC will have all their home matches played at Ruaraka Grounds as from Wednesday 13 September.

The Brewers have played their last four home matches at  Kinoru Stadium in Meru County and this was after the venue was reopened in May 2017. Their first match in Meru this year was against AFC Leopards  on 28 May.


They will however not be able to use the facility in the upcoming home matches as it is set to undergo further  renovations. The club has opted to use their training base in Ruaraka as their homeground.

-Our home matches will now be played Ruaraka Grounds following renovations at Kinoru Stadium beginning this weekend, the club announced.

Tusker FC has six home matches remaining, they have Zoo FC, Mathare United, Gor Mahia, Kariobangi Sharks, Muhoroni and Thika United awaiting them.

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