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Kenya
Nickname(s) Harambee Stars
Association Football Kenya Federation
Confederation CAF (Africa)
Sub-confederation CECAFA (Central & East Africa)
Head coach Stanley Okumbi
Captain Victor Wanyama
Most caps Mike Origi (120)
Top scorer Dennis Oliech (34)
Home stadium Moi International Sports Centre
FIFA code KEN
First colours Second colours Third colours
FIFA ranking
Current 89  (22 December 2016)
Highest 68 (December 2008)
Lowest 137 (July 2007)
Elo ranking
Current 126 (2 June 2016)
Highest 60 (November 1983)
Lowest 140 (August 2011)
First international
 Kenya 1–1 Uganda 

(Nairobi, Kenya; 1 May 1926)

Biggest win
 Kenya 10–0 Zanzibar 

(Nairobi, Kenya; 04 October 1961)

Biggest defeat
 Kenya 2–13 Ghana 

(Nairobi, Kenya; 12 December 1965)[1]

Africa Cup of Nations
Appearances 5 (first in 1972)
Best result Group stage, 1972, 1988, 1990,1992 and 2004

The Kenya national football team represents Kenya in international football. It is controlled by the Football Kenya Federation, the governing body of football in Kenya, and competes as a member of the Confederation of African Football(CAF) and the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA), a sub-confederation of CAF that has jurisdiction in East and Central Africa. The team is colloquially known as the Harambee Stars and plays its home games primarily at the Nyayo National Stadium in the country's capital, Nairobi. The team has never qualified for a FIFA World Cupfinals.

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  • 1History
    • 1.12004 FIFA suspension
    • 1.22006 FIFA international ban
    • 1.3Recent History
  • 2Competition records
    • 2.1World Cup record
    • 2.2Africa Cup of Nations record
  • 3Honours
  • 4Recent results
  • 5Players
    • 5.1Current squad
    • 5.2Recent call-ups
  • 6Managers
  • 7References
  • 8External links


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