After securing a sponsorship agreement with Mozart Bet, the Football Kenya Federation’s efforts to prepare the national soccer squad, Harambee Stars, for foreign assignments without financial constraints received a boost.
The relationship will last through the end of the 2022 World Cup Qualifying campaign, and it began with the Stars’ away game against Mali in Agadir, Morocco.
FKF will earn KES 3 million from the betting firm as part of the contract, which will be used to prepare the team for the remaining qualifiers against Mali, Rwanda, and Uganda.
“Thank you for believing in Kenyan football, and for believing in the Harambee Stars. We were able to send the team to Morocco comfortably and we thank you for that.”
“We did not get the result we wanted in Agadir but I believe in this team, I know its potential and I am sure better results are on the way.”