In Summary
  • Football Kenya Federation (FKF) said that a squad of 32 players will begin training on the same day they report to camp
  • Kenya will be making their second consecutive appearance in Africa following their debut in 2016 in Cameroon
  • Starlets have arranged a friendly match against Black Queens of Ghana in Nairobi on November 7

Kenya’s Harambee Starlets will report for residential training camp in Nairobi on Monday for the 2018 Africa Women's Cup of Nations.

The women’s continental final will be held from November 17 to December 1 in Ghana.

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) said that a squad of 32 players will begin training on the same day they report to camp.

FKF Communication and Public Relations Manager Barry Otieno said the foreign based players were also expected to report in

They include Corazon Aquino, Teresha Engesha, Mary Kinuthia and Christine Nafula who attended trials in Sweden in August and were awaiting to sign professional contracts.

Others are Marjolene Nekesa (USA) and Esse Akida (Israel).

Kenya will be making their second consecutive appearance in Africa following their debut in 2016 in Cameroon.

Coach David Ouma’s charges have been placed in a tough Group “B” that also contains Shepolopolo of Zambia, Banyana Banyana of South Africa and Super Falcons of Nigeria who are the defending champions.

Kenya’s opponents began their preparations early last week.

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