The race to clinch qualifying spots hots up for the Sakaja Super Cup quarter finals as teams gear up for their fourth round fixtures in the sub county group matches this weekend.
Teams from their various groups will battle it out for a chance to advance to the next round of matches.
The participating teams from across all 17 Sub Counties of Nairobi will be out for a chance to move to the next level in the tournament with some pools winding up this weekend.
This weekend, 15 Sub Counties go to round four matches after Makadara and Embakasi West Sub Counties, which had four teams in each pool qualify the top two teams to be next stage.
Those going up to match day 6 expected to wait for their last round of matches before finalizing the group stage matches.
These weekend boyhood clubs of former national football team Harambee Stars captains Dennis Oliech and Victor Wanyama will be in action.
On Saturday, November 4th, Oliech’s Dagoretti Santos wind up their fixtures against Riruta105 FC at Riruta grounds in Embakasi South sub county, then Wanyama’s Country Bus FC play their second last match against Racecourse FC at Police Band on Sunday, November 5th, 2023 in Starehe.
Former Kenyan Premier League sides Green Berets playing as Prison FC, Black Mamba, Hakati Sportiff, Red Berets featuring as General Service Unit (GSU) and Kangemi All Stars will be seeking to redeem their lost glory in the country’s soccer scene by booking qualifying slots and avoid the embarrassment of being eliminated in the early stages of the tournament.
Prisons FC will battle Mtaani FC at Strathmore University in Langata sub county, Kangemi All Stars taking on Kipande FC at Githogoro in Westlands, as GSU clash against Lucky Summer Sports FC at Baba Dogo grounds in Ruaraka on Sunday, November 5th.
In other matches, the 2011 Safaricom Sakata Ball Nairobi region runners up Asec Huruma meet Moroto Spotify at Masinde Muliro grounds in Mathare while Kenya Science Ballers will be seeking for their first win to revive their qualification hopes against Lindi United at Toi Primary School in Kibra on Sunday, November 5th.
The 2015 Nairobi Champions League winners Terror Squad aka Kasarani Red Eagles Academy have a date with Ammosanders FC at Njiru grounds in Kasarani sub county.
The Sakaja Super Cup kicked off with action bringing light to Nairobi grounds as teams battled it out for their chance to advance in group stages.
Winners of the tournament sponsored by the Sakaja Foundation in partnership with the Nairobi City County government and Football Kenya Federation will win a Ksh 3 Million top prize as the runners up pocket 2 Million shillings. Third place finishers will win Ksh One million