Harambee Stars Captain and Tottenham Hotspur kenyan born midfielder Victor Wanyama in May 2018 met with Chapa Dimba heroes in London.
Wanyama commended the inaugural Chapa Dimba na Safaricom boys’ winners Kapenguria Heroes at Tottenham Hotspurs training grounds in London, United Kingdom.
Also accompanying the team is FKF President Nick Mwendwa. Plateau Queens arrived in London Friday evening. Both Kapenguaria Heroes and Plateau queens are expected to watch the final EPL game of the season between Spurs and Leicester on Sunday at the iconic Wembley Stadium.
Wanyama was unveiled as the competition’s brand ambassador. The tournament’s second edition will commence soon and will be open to participation.
Each Team should comprise 15 players and 2 officials for the group stages.
The regions which participated in first edition included Nairobi, Eastern, Western, Nyanza, Rift, Coast, Central and North Eastern.
On Sunday, May 13, 2018 they were treated to a Premier League game between Tottenham and Leicester City FC. They later trained with Wanyama before concluding the trip with a tour of the city. The tournament has already opened up doors of opportunities. More than 20 players will be joining the U20 National team and the Kenya Premier League.