特级做人爱c级日本With a population of more than 52.2 million people, Kenyans are known to be extremely passionate about football and the potential for women’s football to develop in such an extended African territory is tremendous.
特级做人爱c级日本As a result, women’s football development has become one of the top priorities of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF). The Kenyan Women's Premier League is the top tier women's football league in the Kenyan football league pyramid.
Since the beginning of the leagues in February 2018, the FKF - with the help of FIFA Forward - has been supporting the operations of the Women’s Premier League and the Women’s Division 1 League. With the funds allocated, the member association covered all costs related to venue hire, equipment, medical services and allowances for match officials for all 32 teams.
特级做人爱c级日本Played in different areas across the country, the Women’s Division 1 league is predicted to evolve into a national league. As a result of the success of the leagues, Kenya has been selected to participate in a FIFA Women’s Football Division pilot programme, which will establish U-13 and U-15 girls’ leagues in primary schools.
特级做人爱c级日本The African member association and FIFA are hopeful that this new initiative will encourage more girls across the East African country to play football and start dreaming about becoming the new football talents of tomorrow.