Ingwe still tops list of richest KPL club in Kenya….

‘Richest’ Football Clubs– Top 5 in Kenya Premier League Midway through the season we take another look at the Kenyan football clubs and what we could say is their modest worth. This is because most of the clubs have held their books so tightly and secretively and there is such fluidity in the financial situation that the only way we have sourced this information is through media reports and respective club websites (albeit where they provide minimal details) {NB: TV revenues and advertising revenues from SuperSport NOT accounted for, along with bonuses}

1. AFC LEOPARDS – this is unexpected but this is helped in large by the club’s recent media deal with Smart TV which will ensure the club has dedicated media coverage from games to behind the scenes, to archived material through Ingwe TV. This makes it the first club in Kenya to have a dedicated channel comparable to European clubsLink. It has also launched a magazine hoping to attract advertising revenue and engage readers. There is the KShs.15 million deal with Mumias Sugar signed in February as well as the AAR health insurance deal worth KShs.1.5 million. { There is the 60 million 3-year TV deal match-day ticketing and merchandising worth about KShs.2 million} Estimated Worth: KShs.98.5 million

2. GOR MAHIA FC – this is Kenya’s most successful and talked about club. It is also has quite some history though much of the aura around it is both mythical and too hyped. Landing a huge sponsorship worth KShs. 38 million just before the start of the season, the club also has the fastest selling jerseys as well as healthy match-day attendance. On average there are between 5000-10,000 fans attending each game whichever day of the week. {From 2-year sponsorship deal; average attendance of 7500 each paying KShs.100 for 30 games; along with merchandising} Estimated Worth: KShs. 60 million

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  1. #1 by elkaka on November 7, 2011 - 12:59 pm

    Werez walevi fc n watoto wa mungu.

  2. #2 by John on February 22, 2012 - 10:13 pm

    I love ingwe,will live 4 it

  3. #3 by ronnie on March 3, 2012 - 8:08 pm

    hi c mchezo, kwani dis ol. ma c’galo cnda ol ua gmz…

  4. #4 by cliff on March 4, 2012 - 5:21 pm

    I think its evident from the recent performance and financial reports that ingwe is serious, than kogalo. Lets differenciate show biz and empty noises from serious soccer.

  5. #5 by Alego on March 12, 2012 - 9:50 pm

    Am very mch impressed by Ingwe bt kutangulia si kufika

  6. #6 by Kiprono maritim on March 20, 2012 - 8:59 am

    Let them throw stones 4 thats there identification,even if they win.lead n dnt luk back.gor bure kabisa

  7. #7 by wes on March 25, 2012 - 7:03 pm

    ingwe ndo kusema, wanga waangaishe.

  8. #8 by tigo on November 13, 2012 - 6:31 pm

    hii ni uwongo gor topest

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