The club

This great human adventure started some years ago...

Kibera Black Stars Football Club is located in the famous slum of Kibera in Nairobi. It was initiated in 1987. It was formally registered as a sport association in 1998. Initially, it was a team which only participated in local tournaments during school holidays so as to keep the youth busy during the vacation period.

Later, Kibera Black Stars was formally registered to play in the FKF LEAGUE in 2009 and since then, they have managed to have a steady rise. In 2014, they topped their group in the Nairobi Provincial League, the highest level in Nairobi County for the 1st time of the history of the club.

We are now the only team of the entire area to play in Nationwide level since 2015. We are proud to have become THE BEST FOOTBALL TEAM in all KIBERA…

Our club starts to be exposed in the media: The most famous sport magazine in France “L’Equipe Magazine” made a 10 pages documentary about the KBS / Slum Soka on April 4th 2015!

   

The education and training centre project is fully back in action thanks to the great support of AFD and Allianz Insurances ! (...)

A football academy

In the long term, Black Stars FC / Slumsoka and its partners could engage in such a way that sports and education will link (...)

Many actions in the slum

Football is a very nice way to improve the conditions of life of many people: The members of the club of course, but also (...)

The senior team

29 players take part of the 2018.19 NSL season More details are yet to come about the new team. From left to right = (...)

The Board and the Technical Staff

10 officials elected in the Board are running the affairs of the club. KBS has been officially registered as a society. The (...)

season 2018

Our results and our standings in 2018 The Black Stars success story = the pride of Kibera! The 2018 NSL (second tier) (...)

The history of the club

This great human adventure started some years ago... Kibera Black Stars Football Club is located in the famous slum of (...)

In may, thanks to the generous donation of SANOFI KENYA STAFF, our solidarity actions are still on in Kibera during the (...)

In Kibra, Slum Soka living with handicaps (mental and physical) are facing bigger challenges during the COVID-19 crisis: we (...)

Most of our sport and education activities have been suspended but our actions in Kibera are sill continuing. They have been (...)

KBS in French School

KBS team is invited at the French school on regular basis. It is always interesting for the players to be exposed, talk with (...)

KBS in the French Embassy

It was a great pleasure to launch officially the 2018.19 season in the French Embassy on Thursday 28th November 2018 Some (...)

KBS in Brazil

Luis Nachbin is a brazilian journalist. He made a first movie about KBS in 2014. He came back to Nairobi in October 2018 to (...)