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Moi International Sports Centre
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Kasarani, Nairobi, Kenya


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AndyIgnacio: 22/Jan/24

03/06 Kenya - Burundi
10/06 Kenya - Ivory Coast
17/03 Gambia - Kenya
24/03 Kenya - Gabon
01/09 Kenya - Gambia

26/03 Kenya 3 - 1 Zimbabwe
26/03 Zimbabwe 1 - 3 Kenya
23/03 Malawi 0 - 4 Kenya
20/11 Seychelles 0 - 5 Kenya
16/11 Gabon 2 - 1 Kenya

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The Kenya national football team represents Kenya in international football. It is controlled by the Football Kenya Federation, the governing body of football in Kenya, and competes as a member of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA), a sub-confederation of CAF that has jurisdiction in East and Central Africa. The team is colloquially known as the Harambee Stars and plays its home games primarily at the Nyayo National Stadium in the country's capital, Nairobi. The team has never qualified for a FIFA World Cup finals.

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The Moi International Sports Centre (abbreviated as M.I.S.C.) is a multi-purpose stadium in Kasarani, Kenya. It was built in 1987 for the All-Africa Games held in Nairobi. The facilities include a 60,000 seat arena with a running track and a pitch used for football and rugby union, a competition size swimming pool, an indoor arena and a 108-bed capacity hotel.

The stadium was closed in January 2010 for renovation works worth Kes 900 million and funded by a grant to the Government of Kenya by the Government of China. Chinese firm, Sheng Li Engineering Construction Company Limited was contracted to conduct the renovations and the stadium was reopened in March 2012 after completion of the renovations.

In April and May 2014, after terror attacks in Nairobi and Mombasa, the main stadium was used as a screening center as part of 'Operation Usalama Watch' during which thousands of people were indiscriminately rounded up and arrested by the Kenyan Police, and were subjected to harassment, extortion and ill-treatment. Suspected illegal Somali immigrants were detained in the stadium under poor conditions with lack of access to food and legal assistance. For this purpose the stadium was officially designated on 17 April 2014 as a police station and detention centre.

The stadium located within the Sports Centre hosted the 2017 World U18 Championships in Athletics.




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