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President’s Cup semis dates changed



The Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President’s Cup semi-finals matches set to be played over the weekend have been rescheduled.

Recently re-crowned Tusker Premier League champions Tusker FC and Sofapaka were set to tackle one another at the Nairobi City Stadium on 17 November, while arch rivals Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards SC were set to lock horns at the Moi International Sports Center (MISC) the following day.

However, the fixtures has been moved by the FKF and the latest development is that AFC and Gor will now play on Saturday, while Tusker and Sofapaka will collide on the Sunday.

The venues remain the same.

The FKF have also released the ticketing information for the matches. Twenty-five thousand tickets will be printed for the crunch Gor Mahia vs AFC match.

Each VIP ticket will cost Ksh500, while a terrace ticket will be going for Ksh200. The tickets will go on sale from Friday. Tickets for the Tusker versus Sofapaka match will be going for Ksh300 and Ksh100 for the VIP and terrace sections respectively.

The FKF has also promised a heavy security presence at the MISC during the Gor Mahia versus AFC Leopards match, terming it as a high-risk encounter.



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