Kenyan National Super League

National Super Leaguesecond-tier
The Kenyan National Super League is the second tier of the Kenyan football league system, with a promotion and relegation system with the Kenyan Premier League and FKF Division One.wikipedia
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Kenyan Premier League

Premier LeagueKenya Premier LeagueTusker Premier League
The Kenyan National Super League is the second tier of the Kenyan football league system, with a promotion and relegation system with the Kenyan Premier League and FKF Division One.
It is contested by 18 clubs and operates on a promotion and relegation system with the Kenyan National Super League.

FKF Division One

Division One
The Kenyan National Super League is the second tier of the Kenyan football league system, with a promotion and relegation system with the Kenyan Premier League and FKF Division One.
It has a promotion and relegation system with the Kenyan National Super League and the Kenyan Provincial League.

Kenyan football league system

football league system
The Kenyan National Super League is the second tier of the Kenyan football league system, with a promotion and relegation system with the Kenyan Premier League and FKF Division One.
The Kenyan National Super League and Division One are the third and fourth tiers of the system respectively, both divided into two zones for the Eastern and Western halves of Kenya.

F.C. Talanta

FC TalantaTalanta
They currently compete in the Kenyan National Super League, the second tier of the Kenyan football league system.

Agrochemical F.C.

Agrochemical
They are a member of the Kenyan National Super League, the second level in the Kenyan football league system.

Bidco United F.C.

Bidco UnitedBidco United Football Club
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League, and currently plays its home games at the Del Monte Grounds and is sponsored by Bidco Africa.

Busia United Stars F.C.

Busia United Stars
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League, and plays its home games at the Busia Nails Stadium.

Ligi Ndogo S.C.

Ligi NdogoLigi Ndogo Sports ClubLigi Ndogo FC
The senior team currently competes in the National Super League, the second tier of the Kenyan football league system.

Finlays Horticulture A.F.C.

Finlays HorticultureFinlays Horticulture Association Football Club
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League, and plays its home games at the Kingfisher Grounds.

Vegpro F.C.

Karuturi SportsSher KaruturiVegpro
They currently compete in the Kenyan National Super League, the second tier of Kenyan football.

G.F.E. 105

G.F.C. 105
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League, and plays its home games at [Kipchoge stadium].

Oserian F.C.

OserianOserian FastacOserian FC
They currently play in the Kenyan National Super League and are supported by the Oserian flower farm.

Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts

MOYASMOYAS LadiesSports, Culture and the Arts
The ministry also controls an association football team known as Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts Football Club (MOSCA) that currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League, the second tier of the Kenyan football league system.

Modern Coast Rangers F.C.

Modern Coast Rangers
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League.

Mt Kenya United F.C.

NakumattMount Kenya UnitedMt. Kenya United
The club currently competes in the Kenyan Premier League after qualifying from the Kenyan National Super League at second position behind Posta Rangers.

Nairobi Stima F.C.

Nairobi Stima
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League.

Rift Valley United F.C.

Hotsprings FCHotspringsRift Valley United
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League, and was known as Hotsprings Football Club until 31 March 2014.

West Kenya Sugar F.C.

West Kenya SugarKabrass United
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League.

St. Joseph F.C.

St. JosephSt. Joseph's F.C.St.Joseph's South Trade
The club currently competes in the Kenyan National Super League.

Football Kenya Federation

KenyaKenya Football FederationKFF
The league was formed in line with the introduction of a new six-tier system by the Football Kenya Federation to take effect from the beginning of the 2014 season.

2014 in Kenyan football

2014 season20142014 Kenyan Super Cup
The league was formed in line with the introduction of a new six-tier system by the Football Kenya Federation to take effect from the beginning of the 2014 season.

Round-robin tournament

round-robinround robinDouble round-robin
During the course of a season, each club plays the others twice (a double round-robin system): once at their home stadium and once at that of their opponents, for a total of 38 games.