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GEORGE ALWANGA

KFAF Chairman nominated for IFAF Africa director Position.

Kenya Federation of American Football (KFAF) is honored to announce the appointment of George Alwanga as the director of international Federation of American Football (IFAF) in Africa; from the just concluded International Federation of American Football (IFAF) annual congress held in Panama August 10-12, 2018 . He has served close to 4 years as the


Mr. Abulitsa(Right) pose for a picture with President MU(Left) and a player

AMERICAN FOOTBALL FINDS A NEW BREEDING GROUND IN ETHIOPIA

  Mekelle University played host of the just concluded 9th all African university games courtesy of FASU. More than 5 countries registered athletes in different sporting events. KFAF had earlier this year reached out to FASU secretariat requesting for an opportunity to showcase the game of American football to the African Universities, which they gladly accepted. This being a


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LEVEL 1 COACHING PROGRAM

KFAF has launched a new coaching program that will see the game grow beyond the borders dubbed ‘PLAYERS FOR COACHING’. This is aimed at equipping players with leadership tools. The young men aged 18-25 are players from current league teams interested in making a career out of the game to grow, develop and nature talents


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TEDDY DUNDE HEAD COACH KENYANFL

The man in charge of the mantle promised to deliver KFAF goals. Teddy brings a new flavor of coaching that has most players aspiring to. The punctuality and focus he bears is the main reason there’s notable transformation since he took over towards the end of 2017. His main focus it to give all players


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Raising stars from International Academy camp

The just ended camp was an astounding experience for the Kenyan athletes and representatives in canton Ohio. The camp  exposed players to complete football program in Division 1 collages. Form state of the art facilities, coaching programs, training schedules and diet program. Lee Gullu and Abbas Yusuf U-19 athletes from Umoja chiefs football club were